Seems pretty clear to me...Huzzah! Now we could do with a few more studios getting in on the act and making an announcement to support Atmos
Yes, that's what it means. It'll be a firmware update or an add on card.Does this mean that existing RS20i owners will be able to upgrade their units for ATMOS support? It seems like it might, but it doesn't say for certain.
That's Ciaran Doran of Datasat. I'm making reference to studios announcing Atmos support on bluray.Seems pretty clear to me...
" Some of the world's leading filmmakers are using Dolby Atmos sound to put the audience right in the middle of the action, so it is a logical step for Datasat to offer this new sound format to our customers. I am convinced that together the Datasat RS20i and Dolby Atmos will make for an incredible combination for home theater. I'm pleased to be able to make this announcement today," said Ciaran Doran, Group CEO of Datasat.
Probably best posted in the RS20i thread again Jeff, but answers as follows:Couple of questions / set up:
1. How do I get VU meters to show ALL channels? For example, played a movie tonight and only showed 8 channels on VU meter (up to Back main surround speakers). Want to see all speakers (using AURO upmixer) including heights.
2. Used VNC as my controller is not set up tonight. Can connect BUT no volume control. How do I control volume (or, actually, get volume up and down arrows) on my iPad? I can connect fine.
3. I need to make the RS-20i IP address end in 100 or above (I need to modify IP address for my router to over 100 as it changes randomly if lower than such). How do I give it a static IP?