How to deliver a premium home theatre experience, big entertainment solutions revealed at TT Expo

posted on Tuesday, 20th October 2015 by Steve May

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The biggest topics in residential technology installation will be at the heart of the upcoming Tomorrow’s Technology Expo trade event. Organised by Inside Out London, the trade only day happens on November 11 at Sony Europe HQ, Weybridge.

How to deliver a premium home theatre experience will a key topic at the event, with High Dynamic Range delivery, UHD content solutions and 4K distribution all explained. Hot from CEDIA Expo 2015, Sony will take delegates inside its latest range of high performance home theatre projectors, with the first hands-on UK demonstration of its game-changing  VPL-VE5000ES 4K laser HDR projector, while Wyrestrom will show its newest H2 line of full-spec HDMI and HDBaseT matrices and splitters supporting HDCP 2.2, ARC and HDMI 2.0 4K/60fps standards.   

The theme of the day will be very much about the big experience theatres. Representing audio on an epic scale, Harman JBL will be offering a close look at the latest JBL Synthesis system incorporating SK2-330 LCR loudspeakers with s4ai surrounds and s1 subwoofers, allied to its new processor, another UK first. 

Putting all this new tech in context will be frontline analysis of all the broadcast developments from IBC, and what went down at the world’s biggest content marketplace MIPCOM.

Attendees will also have the chance to win a host a high-tech goodies, both large and small. Marata Vision will have a Vutec Vueasy Black Velvet wide Fixed frame screen, measuring 133-inches diagonal, utilising Brite White fabric which is ISF certified and 4K tested.

Sony is offering the new DSC-RX100M2 cyber shot compact camera, while Harman is giving away a couple of Omni2 Bluetooth speakers. There’s also a chance to poacket the new Amazon 4K Fire TV streamer, courtesy of Signature cinema seating. 

For more details on the TT Expo, and to register your ticket interest, click here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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