Barco Loki Projector & Storm Audio Reference 32 channel AV Processor debut at Australian HiFi Show

 

NAV proudly announces the Australian debut of the Barco Residential Loki 4K Projector alongside the Storm Audio Reference 32 Channel AV Processor  at the Australian Hi Fi & AV show on 28-30 July at the Intercontinental Hotel in Sydney. We welcome all dealers to attend this show to experience this amazing new state of the art technology for luxury Home Cinema.

The Loki  is designed for the high-end AV custom install market. It will be compatible with HDR content thanks to support for HDMI 2.0a with HDCP 2.2. Barco is known for bright projectors, and the Loki is no exception. It will offer up to 8500 lumens of output in its default configuration. An option to swap the color wheel will boost the light output to 12,000 lumens.

There are two versions of the new Loki – 16:9, delivering 8 million pixels simultaneously on the screen and the unique Loki CS native 2:37 Cinemascope, delivering a whopping 5.2K image with appropriate Cinemascope content and screen.

The combination of 4K DLP and a laser phosphor light source is sure to pique the interest of well-heeled videophiles. Furthermore, the Barco Loki features liquid cooling and can be mounted in any orientation.

Also on debut will be Storm Audio’s new Reference 32 Channel AV Processor, with audio formats including Auro 3D, DTSX and Dolby Atmos with DIRAC room correction.  We will present, for the first time in Australia Auro 3D surround.  We will be holding a special Dealer event on Saturday 29th July  – come and talk to international representatives from Barco & Storm Audio and meet the team from NAV (contact us to make your booking).

Come and visit us at The Albert Room (next to the show reception) @ The Intercontinental Hotel,  117 Macquarie Street SYDNEY  from 28-30 July 2017 to see the Loki 4K projector and the Storm Audio AV Processor in action along with Screen Innovations cutting edge Slate screen & Atlantic Technology sound and lots more.  The best of the best in Home Cinema.

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