- Dec 7, 2019
JBL professional is what the movie was mixed and reproduced on at the cinema . least JBL holds 85% of cinema market . if people want be fooled by m&k marking with "star wars" and parting with tens to hundreds of thousands for tiny speakers . amazing the amount of JBL cinema you can find cheap on ebay these days . that movie print came in at the new warner village , bristol 12 plex when projectionist there . of course the cinema PA speakers used was KCS they sort of look like the JBL 4675A with surrounds looking a little like the 8330 and subs sort of looking like 4645 . i think x4 KCS subs behind the 4 larger screens . large screens mid size screens and smaller screens (that used vertical masking)No, about $100k-$200k to watch movies if you are using these speakers (and the comparable electronics).
Some people want to really feel like they are on the shores of Normandy when watching Saving Private Ryan.
it only played in SR-D on CP500 , there was i think 4 or 5 dts in the cinema that wasn't used as much as SR-D was . there was dts test prints with excepts from sevreal movies including "born on the forth of july" .