This coming week, LG will roll out a feature update enabling 2020 and 2021 4K and 8K UHD Smart TV users to view movies and shows on Prime Video in Filmmaker Mode. Created by the UHD Alliance, a consortium of manufacturers and film studios, Filmmaker Mode is designed to preserve “the visual intent of the content creator, bringing the home viewing experience as close as possible to that of an actual theatrical release.”

LG and Amazon have worked together to allow Prime Video content to be embedded with a signal to automatically trigger Filmmaker Mode on 4K and 8K UHD LG TV models running webOS 5.0 and 6.0. LG says that this ability for compatible TVs to detect and adjust settings to Filmmaker Mode – without requiring manual settings changes – is an “industry first” and paves the way for future TVs to better support streaming services without imposing additional steps on viewers.

Naim Audio has been named CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree for its Uniti Atom Headphone Edition. The announcement was made at CES Unveiled in Amsterdam as a part of a global rollout of award winners ahead of CES 2022 (Jan. 5-8 in Las Vegas, US and digitally). The CES Innovation Awards program of the CTA is an annual competition “honoring outstanding design and engineering” in 27 consumer technology product categories.

The $3,290 streaming player, which Naim calls the “ultimate solo listening source”, also won the EISA award ‘Best Headphone Solution 2021-22’. Based on the Naim Uniti Atom player, the Headphone Edition adds technology derived from Naim’s flagship Statement amplifier to power headphones for “new performance heights”. The player is available from specialist outlets and Focal Powered by Naim destination stores. For more information on the Uniti Atom Headphone Edition, go here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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