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London Club To Get Revolutionary Sound System
Atmos sound technology is a designed to play multichannel movie soundtracks to provide the listener with an immersive three-dimensional listening experience.
Whilst this type of technology is normally reserved for cinema, the London-based club will soon boast 60 speakers along with a 22 channel setup in the venue's main room known as The Box.
"Dolby Atmos allows our patrons to experience the future of dance music," says Lohan Presencer, Ministry Of Sound's CEO, "creating multidimensional soundscapes the likes of which have never been heard before in a nightclub environment. It's simply breathtaking."
The new soundsystem is due to be in place by January 23rd 2016.
Photo credit: Jamie Bellal on flickr creative commons. Photo cropped to fit image location.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 3 Dec 2015 14:31 to category : Music News
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