Sonic Emotion, the developer of Absolute 3D sound announced today that its Absolute 3D sound technology will be integrated in Toshiba’s Mini 3D Sound Bar with Subwoofer SBM1W and 3D Sound Bar SB1 – SBK1. Both sound systems, featuring Sonic Emotion’s Absolute 3D sound technology, provide
users a nontraditional, multipurpose performance system that elicits optimum sound quality and creates the ultimate 3D listening experience. Toshiba’s Mini 3D Sound Bar with Subwoofer SBM1W and 3D Sound Bar SB1 – SBK1 will be available in select regions in the fourth quarter of 2012.
“We are very happy that Sonic Emotion’s Absolute 3D sound will be integrated in Toshiba’s 3D Sound Bar devices,” said Rajeev Kapur, CEO of Sonic Emotion. “We believe this shows that our technology is the best solution for manufacturers looking to provide a consumer sound experience that is second to none.”
Founded by audio experts, Dr.-Ing Renato S. Pellegrini and Dr. sc. techn. Matthias Rosenthal, Sonic Emotion’s Absolute 3D sound technology was developed from the concept of sound field control through the application of expertise in four fundamental aspects of 3D sound: wave field synthesis, spatial analysis, psychoacoustics and physical acoustics. With proof of concept established in the professional world, ranging from movies theatres and concert halls to museums and stadiums, the technology was adapted to meet the demands of the consumer electronics industry. Sonic Emotion’s sound technology gives consumers the opportunity to listen to movies, music and video games in Absolute 3D from anywhere in a room, with no calibration, extra cabling, equipment or speakers.
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