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Topic # 193538 14-Mar-2016 16:23
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Anyone know which Cinema's and more specifically which screens, in NZ are equipped to show Dolby Vision (HDR) and Dolby ATMOS?

 

Seems to be hard info to find.  I can only find that IMAX is ATMOS capable, but thats about it.  I think they need to start using the symbols on their online ticket/seat booking pages.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1513146 14-Mar-2016 16:33
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I thought the only ATMOS cinema is in Wellington




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  Reply # 1513148 14-Mar-2016 16:38
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Embassy and Lynn Mall new one

 

 

 

http://www.dolby.com/us/en/find-a-movie-theatre.html

 

Zoom out to show them both after allowing it to find Auckland


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  Reply # 1513149 14-Mar-2016 16:38
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mentalinc: I thought the only ATMOS cinema is in Wellington

 

Dolby also list Reading Cinema Lynnmall as having ATMOS

 

http://www.dolby.com/us/en/find-a-movie-theatre.html


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  Reply # 1513327 14-Mar-2016 21:34
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Event Cinema's show Dolby ATMOS on their website... but I'm yet to find a movie that has it.

 

https://www.eventcinemas.co.nz/Promotions/DolbyATMOS

 

 

 

I don't know anywhere that does Dolby Vision though.


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  Reply # 1513336 14-Mar-2016 22:05
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Since there are not many in the US I doubt if there are any in NZ. As an aside I saw Star Wars in a AMC theatre certified as Dolby Cinema in LA. Dolby Cinema means Dolby Vision laser projectors and Dolby Atmos audio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not part of Dolby Cinema but this theatre as part of the AMC Prime certification had electrically operated reclining seats and embedded subs in the seats :-)  Better than most airlines I have been in.  Nice.

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1513340 14-Mar-2016 22:17
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ok thanks, there have been a few Dolby vision and ATMOS cinema releases but obviously not shown here in NZ.

 

 


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Will be able to drop in and see Avatar 2 no doubt.. :P


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