Starke Sound to Host Dolby Atmos Demos in LA

Starke Sound, the Carson, California-based maker of high-end speakers, is constructing two Dolby Atmos demonstration theaters for the Los Angeles Audio Show, which is open to the public and runs Friday, June 2 through Sunday June 4 at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Los Angeles.

Starke is building a 52-seat Large Cinema Room to demonstrate a 13.6.8 Dolby Atmos system valued at $250,000. The system will showcase a JVC/Screen Excellence projection setup with a Kaleidescape media player, Trinnov surround processor, and Starke amplifiers and speakers.

The company is also building the Home Theater Room to demonstrate a 9.4.4 Dolby Atmos system in a more intimate, 13-seat setting the system valued at $145,000.

“Show attendees will have a rare opportunity to enjoy a 3D immersive cinema entertainment experience as well as a real-world home theater example of what’s possible,” said Scott DeLoache, Starke’s chief design director.

For more on Starke Sound and the speakers being used in the demos, visit the company on starkesound.com.