If you’re one of the many people who can’t live without your Dolby Digital Plus headphones, you’re not alone.
Dolby’s new Atmos headphones are a godsend for the home theater enthusiast, especially when you need to go beyond the usual audio cues and just sit and listen to your favorite songs on demand.
You can also use them to make sure your laptop is properly plugged in when you get home.
And they’ll keep your home theater system running smoothly when you’re traveling.
But if you want a more traditional headphone solution, there’s a Dolby Audio Premium model for you.
Here’s what you need and how to buy it.
The Atmos headphone system is a hybrid of Dolby and DTS sound.
It includes two separate, two-channel soundcards: the DTS 6.1 soundcard and the DFS 5.1 audio card.
The DTS audio card is powered by a pair of 5.5-inch woofers, which make up a total of 32 watts.
The two soundcards share the same amplifier and amplifier drivers, so you can expect similar audio quality across the board.
And for good measure, the Atmos comes with a built-in microphone that can be used to make calls, control your smartphone or other devices, and control audio volume.
Dolinci Atmos-5.1 headphones are also available with an additional 5.0-inch audio card, which includes two microphones.
The Dolinco Atmos 5.2 headphones are Dolby Pro Logic II speakers that are powered by the same 5.7-inch speakers as the Dolinca speakers, but are powered using a new high-fidelity driver that’s optimized for sound transmission.
Dolac Atmos speakers are powered with a new speaker system that includes a new crossover, plus a new tweeter and woofer.
They feature a new dynamic driver that offers a more natural, natural-sounding sound than previous Dolby speakers.
Both speakers come with two woofer-tipped drivers and two tweeter-tapped drivers.
Dolca Atmos 4.5 headphones are powered from the same 6.0 audio card as the Atmans, but with a 4-inch tweeter.
They are also powered by an additional 6.5 inches of driverless power, with a maximum output of 160 watts.
Dolcid Atmos 3.5 is powered from a separate 6.2-inch soundcard, but powered by two 5.3-inch drivers.
The 3.3 Dolcids feature a 3-inch midrange driver, a 1-inch bass driver, and a 1.25-inch treble driver.
They’re powered from separate 6-inch and 6.3 drivers.
A new 2-channel driver and a 2-inch midwoofer deliver an improved bass response, while the tweeter delivers more bass extension.
The new drivers are paired with an optimized amplifier that is more efficient than before.
The 5.8-inch Dolcina speakers are a slightly more conventional pair of headphones with a 3.0 midrange driver and 5.9-inch tweeters.
They have a 2.0 tweeter, but have been upgraded to a 2nd-order dynamic driver.
The tweeter is boosted by an improved amplifier and driver.
These new drivers provide more bass response and improved low-frequency extension.
Dolcoat Atmos 2.1 is powered directly from the 6.7 inch audio card and features a 5.6-inch crossover and a 5-inch dynamic driver, all paired with a 2x 10W speaker.
It also features a new, 2- channel tweeter that delivers an improved low frequency extension.
Atmos Audio Premium is powered with two 6.4-inch driverless speakers.
These speakers are paired by a 3rd-order crossover and are tuned with a 1st-order high-frequency crossover and 1st order low-range crossover.
The drivers are combined to deliver a dynamic response that is even better than the standard version.
The speakers are connected by a new 2.5mm plug, which also doubles as a USB-C port.
The price is $799 for the 4.0 Dolcidia Atmos and $1,199 for the 5.4 Dolcidium.