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Trinnov Audio has announced that it will host the “ultimate CEDIA immersive audio demo” at CEDIA Expo 2022 later this month at booth 26097. In what the company says will “exceed” all demos from previous years, Trinnov will partner with McIntosh, Sonus faber, madVR Labs, Kaleidescape and Officina Acustica for an 11.12.6 system. The Altitude32, which can process up to 34 channels of audio, will lie at the heart of the system on show.

“Our goal this year is to show the industry the exceptional experience that can be realized with today’s immersive private cinema systems when design and performance come together,” said Trinnov CEO Arnaud Laborie. “Through CEDIA, Trinnov has been actively engaged with multiple industry partners in the development of performance standards for all aspects of home cinema design and equipment performance. This reference system has been designed with these standards as our guideline, and we welcome the opportunity to show the industry what can be achieved when these standards are applied.”

Trinnov Amplitude16 16-channel power amplifier

Visitors to CEDIA will also get a chance to hear the award-winning 16-channel Amplitude16 power amplifier. Trinnov describes the block as “two 8-channel amplifiers” on a single 3RU chassis. The amplifier has a power rating of 200 watts per channel into 8 ohms and 400 watts per channel into 4 ohms. There is also a provision for end users and integrators to bridge any or all pairs of its amplifier channels to increase available power for specific channels (800 watts per channel into 8 ohms and over 1,000 watts per channel at 4 ohms).

Other exhibitors at the show using Trinnov’s Altitude processors will include Kaleidescape, Wisdom Audio, MSE and Hi-Sense. For more information visit Trinnov.

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