Sound advice for those seeking to avoid audio wars at home
In the first of a new column, Andy O’Donoghue seeks a peaceful way for those who want cinematic sound to coexist happily with others
Bruce Springsteen’s lament that there were “57 Channels (And Nothin’ On)” seems like a quaint notion these days. Subscribers to streaming services have a staggering choice of films and TV shows that can be watched day or night.
But in this content-rich age where our television screens have expanded to cinematic proportions, and Dolby Atmos soundtracks boom across our living rooms, some of us can sense a domestic cold war brewing.
The lines of potential ...