Atlanta Braves Radio Network to Add Surround Sound
Calabasas, CA, and Atlanta - Sep 6, 2011 - Dickey Broadcasting Company, Cumulus Media and the Braves Radio Network will deliver all Atlanta Braves broadcasts for home and away games with DTS Neural Surround Sound technology.
Built by licensee DaySequerra, the DTS Neural Surround equipment is integrated on-site at Turner Stadium with the Atlanta Braves' Radio Network mobile package. The DTS-based set-up enables the audio team to distribute 5.1 surround sound over a stereo transmission path. According to DTS, using the stereo format at the highest resolution possible, DTS Neural Surround Sound enables the Braves' broadcast production team to preserve the integrity of the surround mix for a superior listening experience.
The Braves Radio Network is the largest radio affiliate network in Major League Baseball with more than 150 stations.
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