• Dolby Atmos Cinema Processor CP850

    The complete audio solution for your digital cinema, the Dolby CP850 supports Dolby Atmos, Dolby Surround 7.1 and 5.1 formats, and the Dolby consumer codecs commonly used for alternative content.

    The Dolby CP850 brings Dolby Atmos playback to your digital cinema.

    Dolby CP850 Cinema Benefits

    Dolby Atmos® provides a unique approach to cinema audio, giving filmmakers unprecedented power and freedom to realize their creative visions. In your cinema, Dolby Atmos gives audiences a natural and enveloping sound experience that fully reflects the original artistic intent.

    Benefits include:

    • Plays up to 64 audio channels for an unmatched audience experience
    • Sophisticated EQ processing optimizes playback for all content types, even in acoustically challenging environments
       
    • Flexible configurations provide all the common I/O interfaces for the modern digital cinema
       
    • Automated calibration ensures consistent, high-quality playback for each movie

    Dolby Commissioning Service

    Each Dolby Atmos Cinema Processor CP850 includes the Dolby Commissioning Service: a complimentary review of the speaker configuration design and an initial room equalization. Our Content Services consultants will review your design drawings and equipment selection to ensure that your theatre delivers the highest-quality experience possible.

    Dolby Atmos Interface DAC3201

    The Dolby Atmos Interface DAC3201 allows you to use legacy amplifiers in Dolby Atmos installations. The DAC3201 employs an audio-over-Ethernet protocol, to receive the digital audio stream from the CP850. It then converts the digital audio to analog audio for connection to amplifiers. Each DAC3201 supports up to 32 analog outputs.

    A Dolby® CP850 cinema processor together with a single DAC3201 can support up to 48 output channels. Installations with more than 48 output channels will need two DAC3201 units.

    Dolby Atmos Cinema Sound

    Dolby Atmos represents a dynamic shift in audio, reinventing traditional surround sound methodology.

    Dolby CP850 Technical Features

    • Dolby Atmos, Dolby Surround 7.1 and 5.1 playback

    • Dolby codec support for alternative content (Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus™, Dolby Digital, and Dolby E upmixing of non-DCP content)

    • 16 channels of DCI PCM audio input

    • Support for 64 speaker feeds, configurable between 16 analog outputs and a Dolby Atmos Connect (DAC) output

    • Flexible I/O for a wide variety of content sources (16-channel AES, S/PDIF, optical, stereo analog, public announcement microphone)

    • Dolby Show Manager integration and web services APIs to easily integrate with TMS and NOC systems

    • Simplified installation, maintenance, and day-to-day operation of cinema sound systems for exhibitors

    • Sophisticated EQ processing to improve cinema audio playback

    Dolby CP850 Front Panel

    A feature-rich, web-based interface makes configuration easy. Program macros ensure correct playback of a variety of source materials and allow remote monitoring of the CP850’s functional health.

    • CP850 Front Panel Controls

      Master fader
      Mute button
      Power button
      Eight macro buttons
      LCD display with navigational buttons

      Dolby CP850 Rear Panel

      • A complete set of inputs and outputs offers comprehensive connection capabilities for any theatre or configuration. For a complete list, see the Specifications tab.

        Dolby CP850 Specifications

        Connector

        Description

        1 × DB25

        8 × AES (16-channel) input

        2 × BNC

        Two AES-3id inputs

        1 × Toslink®

        One optical digital audio input

        1 × RCA

        S/PDIF input

        2 × HDMI®

        Two HDMI inputs that can be routed to the HDMI output

        1 × HDMI

        One HDMI pass-through output

        RCA stereo

        Non-sync input

        2 × XLR

        Two microphone inputs for alignment and PA

        1 × GigE

        Command interface for theatre network and web UI traffic

        1 × GigE

        Dolby Atmos data input

        2 × GigE

        Dolby Atmos Connect interface

        1 × DB9

        Standard 9-pin serial port

        2 × DB25

        16-channel electronically balanced analog outputs

        2 × RCA

        HI and VI-N (hearing-impaired and visually impaired narrative) outputs

        1 × DB25

        Contact closure automation; eight assignable macros, mute, and a three-wire volume control

        1 × IEC 60320

        Power cable connector

        1 × RCA

        Booth monitor output

        1 × BNC

        DCI channels 13 and 14 pass-through for ancillary theatre system syncing