Finally we have something to give a new touch of heavenly sound to places where it is most needed, for instance: movie theaters. The Goldmund U-32 Processor is blessed with some digital signal processors that are fifty times as powerful as their conventional ones. It can add a massive bonus to the listening appearance to each of the viewers in the hall by providing the sound of more than one speaker to each single viewer. The technology achieves this by simply allowing infinite number of channels to be made that can bring out the best of every bit of music that flows out of it.
However, Goldmund U-32 Processor is an expensive affair since the Blu-ray deck costs $17,000. So it is likely that the only clients who will buy these are those who can afford the technology in the first place.
GOLDMUND INTRODUCES NEW PROCESSOR CAPABLE OF EXTENDING TO AN INFINITE NUMBER OF CHANNELS
The New Goldmund U-32 Processor Makes a Goldmund Media Room Fit for 50 a Reality
Los Angeles, July 21, 2008: Goldmund, makers of the world’s most extravagant and technologically advanced systems for audio-video purists, announced today the creation of a new processor, the Goldmund U-32, which is capable of extending to an infinite number of discrete channels.
Goldmund, the same company that took the groundbreaking approach of using multi-channel processors with up to 32 channels, an innovation required to create the ultimate home theater experience, the Goldmund Media Room, have delivered a processor capable of reaching an unlimited number of channels. The Goldmund U-32 was created to meet the demands of Goldmund clients looking to build larger media rooms that can seat up to 50 guests.
The new Goldmund U-32 Processor includes a set of high-power digital signal processors (DSP) capable of more than 50 times the strength of its predecessors. When paired with the recently announced U-Telos family of amplifiers, which is capable of achieving an ideal crossover for the associated speaker with full time delay correction and a signal measurement feature to control the protection of each driver it operates, the Goldmund U-32 can reach an infinite number of discreet channels, which is necessary to properly reproduce extreme surround-sound accuracy in a very large Goldmund Media Room. The U-32 is ideal for bringing the Goldmund Media Room technology into commercial screening rooms, hotels and resort settings.
Goldmund Media Rooms using the new Goldmund U-32 Processor will provide perfect seamless surround sound by enveloping each individual user with a higher than usual number of speakers, each being smaller and less expensive, each non-audible separately, but together capable of providing each user with sound levels up to 130dB at all frequencies.
“Our clients have increasingly been requesting that we go bigger than Goldmund has ever gone before,” said Michel Reverchon, president of Goldmund. “Now with the new Goldmund U-32 processor, there is unlimited potential as to how far we can take the perfection of the Goldmund Media Room.”
Additional information can be accessed by visiting the Goldmund website at www.goldmund.com. The Goldmund Media Room in Los Angeles is available for select demonstrations by appointment.
Based in Geneva, Goldmund has set the standard for ultra-luxury audiophiles worldwide. Founded in 1978, Goldmund’s exceptional product design is matched by its industry-leading commitment to fundamental audio performance research. Employing a team of electro-acoustic engineering experts, Goldmund leads the industry in fundamental research and has developed and introduced industry firsts including home wireless music distribution, DVI output, mechanical grounding and thermal grounding. At the forefront of the international luxury audio/video marketplace, Goldmund recently introduced the “Reference II” turntable, priced at $300,000. The “Reference II,” the world’s most expensive turntable for the world’s most demanding collectors of masterpieces, is also the most scientifically accurate, pushing the limits of physics and demonstrating the most advanced levels of technology. In 2007, Goldmund introduced the Goldmund Media Room, a revolutionary media room solution. For more information visit Goldmund online at www.goldmund.com.