How much do you know about Dolby atmos speakers?

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How much do you know about Dolby atmos speakers?

                          How much do you know about  Dolby Atmos speakers ?


Speakers with Dolby Atmos are designed to conduct sound upwards, creating and reproducing extremely realistic overhead sound by bouncing off the ceiling. There are two versions of speakers with Dolby Atmos:

Integrated units that also include traditional forward-firing speakers Add-on modules for upward-firing elements only, which can be placed above existing speakers or on other adjacent surfaces Dolby Atmos-enabled soundbars Includes up-firing speakers. While two Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers, modules, or overhead speakers will provide an engaging experience, we recommend four when possible. While this setup will provide an engaging experience, where possible, we recommend using four Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers, modules, or overhead speakers. This results in more precise positioning and a realistic overhead sound. Whichever option you choose, our guide will give you recommended placements for the best experience.


Dolby Atmos basic layout

Each 5.1.2 system features two top speakers, or two Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers or modules.

Dolby Atmos Speaker Setup: What the 5.1.2 Description Means

[5] It represents the number of traditional surround speakers (front, center, and surround).


[.1] The number in the middle indicates how many powered subwoofers can be connected to the receiver.


[.2] The last number represents the number of top- or upward-firing speakers in a Dolby Atmos® setup.


If you are using speakers with Dolby Atmos, place them in the front left and right positions.

If you are using an add-on module, place it over the front left and right speakers, or within three feet of those speakers. Be sure to have the drive facing the ceiling.


You'll get the best sound when the front and surround speakers are at or slightly above your seated ear level. Wall-mounted surround sound can be positioned higher, but speakers (especially modules with Dolby Atmos) should not be higher than half the height of the wall.

Ceiling Heights and Materials

The ideal ceiling height is between 7.5 and 12 feet, with a maximum recommended height of 14 feet. Ceilings should be flat and made of materials that do not reflect sound waves, such as drywall or drywall.


Dolby Atmos 7.1.2 speaker arrangement

Each 7.1.2 system features two top speakers, or two Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers or modules.

Dolby Atmos Reference Experience

Dolby Atmos 5.1.4 speaker arrangement


Each 5.1.4 system features four top speakers, or four Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers or modules.


Dolby Atmos Speaker Setup: What the 5.1.4 Description Means


[5] It represents the number of traditional surround speakers (front, center, and surround).


[.1] The number in the middle indicates how many powered subwoofers can be connected to the receiver.


[.4] The last number represents the number of top- or upward-firing speakers in a Dolby Atmos® setup.


If you are using speakers with Dolby Atmos, place them in the left and right front positions and the left and right surround positions.

If you are using an add-on module, place it above or within three feet of the front left and right and surround left and right speakers. Be sure to have the drive facing the ceiling.

You'll get the best sound when the front and surround speakers are at or slightly above your seated ear level. Wall-mounted surround sound can be positioned higher, but speakers (especially modules with Dolby Atmos) should not be higher than half the height of the wall.


All angles shown are for your listening position, the most ideal placement range.


Ceiling Heights and Materials


The ideal ceiling height is between 7.5 and 12 feet, with a maximum recommended height of 14 feet. Ceilings should be flat and made of materials that do not reflect sound waves, such as drywall or drywall.

Dolby Atmos 7.1.4 speaker arrangement

Each 7.1.4 system features four top speakers, or four Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers or modules.

Enhancement especially for larger rooms

Dolby Atmos 9.1.2 speaker arrangement

Each 9.1.2 system features two top speakers, or two Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers or modules.

The Dolby Atmos speaker layout handles 5.1 and 7.1 setups in parallel for surround sound. Each 5.1.2 or 7.1.2 system features two top speakers, or two Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers or modules. Each 5.1.4 or 7.1.4 system features four overhead speakers, or four Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers or modules. Each 9.1.2 system adds a pair of front wide speakers to the 7.1.2 layout. Aqiang home theater shopping guide platform welcomes you!


Top speakers and Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers (or modules) provide equivalent performance. Use two speakers of either type for convincing and majestic results, while using four speakers provides the best audio movement and precision in most rooms.


Written by : Davecl Audio.

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