Netflix, Hulu and iTunes have all made it easier than ever before to skip the movie theater and opt to stream your favorite content. While many are happy to skip the lines and $10 tickets for their big screen TVs, recreating a theater-grade audio experience at home can be quite difficult. And you can forget about it if you’re trying to listen at a lower volume levels with sleeping kids in the house. A recent FCC filing seems to point to a potentially upcoming Dolby Bluetooth adapter that would bring pro-style audio to any pair of headphones. Dolby is known for its industry-leading codecs and audio certification, but a consumer-facing Bluetooth adapter would be a whole new animal. More details, including images, can be found below.
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While this isn’t the first set of speakers the company has released, the Leviathan marks the company’s first foray into the home theater sector. This isn’t your typical home theater sound bar though, it features surround sound specifically for gaming and movies, but also includes your basic Bluetooth capabilities for stereo music streaming from your smartphone or tablet.
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