A creation of AVB technology - the Ascendo 22.4 surround sound system from Germany


Date: 2016-7-27


5.1, 7.1, 11.1-channel systems as adopted in conventional home theatres involve electronic component and speaker wiring that has become discouraging. Adverse effects due to excessive lengths are apparent. The increased popularity of Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and Auro 3D configurations incurs a far greater number of loudspeakers. For instance, Dolby Atmos can support an enormous AV system of up to 24.1.10-channels. One can imagine the complication if conventional interconnects and speaker cables are used throughout. This does not only incur the cost of theatre construction and the difficulty in adjustments and calibrations but also causes inconvenience in repairs and maintenance. The issue has been frustrating home theatre construction personnel and owners alike.

An AVB audio technology-based system via Ethernet transmission is now available thanks to vast progresses in IT technology. Equipped with AVB signal reception interface, the Ascendo Immersive Audio system of active coaxial loudspeakers enables faster and more stable audio signal transmission. The new era of audio/video has come with availability of AVB technology and is becoming a trend in the industry. Point-to-point digital networking is simple and easy to manage while eliminating the adverse effects resulting from audio signal transmission over long distances. Richcoln Company Limited is the first distributor to introduce this advanced solution in its home theatre. Inside our 6m x 9m demonstration room is a 22.4-channel surround sound system featuring Auro 3D, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X surround effects. Let "avMan" of HdAV journal conduct evaluation of this most advanced home theatre via his first-hand experience.



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