Do you have some random acces memory left in your brain? Great! We’ll educate you with some tutorials on high end audio and video.


HDR10+ explained

The goal of almost every advancement in television technologies is to create images that are as close to reality as possible. To make that happen, Samsung Electronics recently introduced a new open standard (ST...

Dolby Vision explained

Before we get stuck into Dolby Vision, it’s worth talking about HDR first. HDR or High Dynamic Range refers to an image that displays far greater contrast than regular images (Standard Dynamic Range, or SDR). T...

MQA explained

Recent neuroscientific research into how we hear has been key to the development of MQA. Bob Stuart – MQA’s founder – explains how these new theories have moved the conversation on from the diminishing returns ...

DTS: X explained

DTS recently revealed that DTS:X will be its next-generation object-based codec technology. This release is the successor to DTS-HD Master Audio and marks another milestone in DTS’ long line of industry-leading...

Dolby Atmos explained

Dolby Atmos creates powerful, moving audio by introducing two important concepts to cinema sound: audio objects and overhead speakers. Together, these completely change how soundtracks are created and heard. ...