Trinnov Altitude 32 Atmos DTS:X and Auro-3D processor wins high-end home cinema EISA

posted on Thursday, 18th August 2016 by Steve May

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There’s no shortage of AV products winning Best in Class honours at this year’s EISA (European Imaging and Sound Association)  Awards, but we were particularly chuffed to see the Trinnov Altitude 32 from Anthem AV Solutions selected as Best Product in the High-End Home Cinema category. 

Founded in 2003, the Trinnov team have consistently pushed the envelope in 3D sound and active room acoustics. The Altitude 32 was their first high-end AV processor, and one of the first to support immersive 3D audio.

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Paul Miller, President of EISA, commented: ““Serious home cinema enthusiasts seeking the very best experience need look no further than Trinnov Audio’s Altitude32. Able to output up to 32 discrete channels, this is no ordinary home cinema processor. Advanced, fully customisable room optimisation and equalisation enables it to tailor its sound to the specific speaker layout and characteristics of a home cinema, and it will map any Dolby Atmos, DTS:X or Auro3D native feed without breaking a sweat. The outcome is a reference class performance, with the Altitude32 bringing astonishing clarity and definition, scale and presence, to movie soundtracks. Software based architecture means it is ready for future updates, and despite its state of the art feature set, operation is always easy with networked control from a PC, smartphone or tablet.”

Depending on the specification, retail prices range from £15,000 to £25,000. For more about the Trinnov Altitude 32 call Anthem AVS on 01359 270280. Read more stories about Invision UK’s product portfolio and services, visit our partner page here.

Steve May

Steve is a veteran of the UK consumer electronics industry, having covered it for
various media outlets for more than 20 years.

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