More than 40 Linear Acoustic UPMAX v4 units and remote controls, have been delivered to NBC Olympics for their coverage of the Summer Games.
NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected Linear Acoustic to provide audio upmixing and technical support for its production of the Summer Olympics, which take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from August 5th - August 21st.
Over 40 Linear Acoustic UPMAX v4 units, along with remote controls, have been delivered to NBC Olympics for their coverage of the Rio Games. Linear Acoustic is also providing MT2000 Multichannel Bitstream Analyzers and on-site technical support.
Tim Carroll, founder of Linear Acoustic and CTO of the Telos Alliance (patrent to Linear Acopustic), said his company has been part of delivering 5.1-channel surround experiences to NBC’s viewers of the Olympics since the Beijing Games in 2008
A division of the NBC Sports Group, NBC Olympics is responsible for producing, programming and promoting NBCUniversal’s Olympic coverage.
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