Formats like Dolby Atmos sound bigger than life. But they also change the rules of home theater design acoustics.
Immersive audio is one of the most exciting developments to hit home theater design in decades. With a system as small as 5.1.2, your San Diego, CA, private cinema can sound like the local megaplex. But formats like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X rely on audio reflections to achieve the desired effect. How does that impact traditional acoustic design, speaker placement, and other factors? Find out below.