Lexicon joins IMAX Enhanced home theatre club with MC-10 processor and RV-9/RV-6 AVRs

posted on Monday, 28th January 2019 by Steve May

Home automation  High-end  IMAX 

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High-end home theatre specialist Lexicon has partnered with the IMAX Enhanced program, announcing a compatibility update for its currently available MC-10 processor, and RV-9 and RV-6 AV receivers.

Lexicon’s receivers and processor will be firmware updated to reproduce the full dynamic range of a proprietary IMAX audio mix, translated for home theatre environments and delivered using a special variant of the DTS:X codec technology.

The Northridge-based maker has committed to supporting a line of IMAX Enhanced Lexicon AV receivers, compatible with the IMAX Enhanced audio.

IMAX Enhanced is a certification and licensing standard for consumer electronics products, from AVRs to TVs, to make the most of IMAX digitally re-mastered 4K HDR content. The promise is “a new level of quality in immersive sight and sound experiences for the home.”

To become IMAX Enhanced-certified, manufacturers must meet stringent performance standards, set by a certification committee comprised of IMAX and DTS engineers and Hollywood technical specialists.

The move brings Lexicon into a select group of IMAX Enhanced home cinema supporters, joining Arcam, Onkyo, Pioneer, Marantz and Denon.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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