Sennheiser said he muttered when the firmware file A string of Ambeo, which brings Sony’s 360 Real Audio support to the device. Sony unveiled the technology at CES 2019, where it demonstrated how it can stimulate interest by placing the motion on a 360-degree sphere “around” the listener. It can make the drums sound like they are coming from behind the listener, for example, when the song is coming from both sides.
Once Sony introduced the technology, it is working with WH-1000XM3 headphones right away. Its availability has only grown to a few other devices since then, but Sony revealed to CES this year that it is working with other mobile and audio device manufacturers to make 360 Reality Audio available on more devices.
While Ambeo is now supporting the profession, he cannot change any song magically by listening. Audiences will be able to take advantage of this new opportunity if they can find Tidal HiFi or Amazon Music HD, which are the subscribers. Another option is nugs.net, a service that focuses on real-time music search. In addition, Ambeo owners will be able to enjoy 360 Reality Audio features via their soundbar if modified via Google Chromecast.
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