Vestel is set to bring Dolby Atmos to more TVs across Europe, aimed at the majority of its 4K TV ranges, including those designed under Vestel-owned license brands.
The manufacturer is rolling out the immersive audio technology to allow consumers to experience multidimensional sound with clarity and detail. TV shows, music, games and movies mixed in Dolby Atmos go beyond traditional left and right channels. Instead, sound is precisely placed all around you, enveloping and fully immersing you in sound.
To maximise the experience, several of the 4K HDR TV ranges come with additional features. These include front-firing speakers by JBL to project sound more widely, as well as speakers that have been approved by Onkyo. Many big-screen models also come with subwoofers, which can amplify the bass sound for everything from full-throttle action movies to bass-heavy tracks.
As well as this, many of the TVs come with additional technologies to complete the cinema-at-home viewing experience. With Dolby Vision HDR, they provide ultra-vivid, lifelike imagery, and many of the 43-75-inch models also bring exceptional contrast, detail and definition to the screen, with an extended range of up to one billion colours.
Vestel Linux-based Smart TVs also deliver plenty of Dolby Atmos-compatible content, such as movies and TV series from Netflix.
“This wider roll-out of Dolby Atmos is an important development, enabling us to help raise the bar for everyday TV audio,” said Barış Altınkaya, Deputy General Manager of Marketing and Product Management, Vestel. “Now even more of our TV ranges will be able to deliver an accessible, out-of-the-box immersive audio solution that can considerably improve the viewing experience.”
Javier Foncilias, Vice President, Commercial Partnerships, Dolby Europe, commented: “It is great that Vestel is going to be offering their customers the best of both worlds with their latest range of TVs. Consumers will be able to enjoy incredible picture quality as well as an amazing sound experience with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, immersing viewers in the on screen action.”