Back in the 1970s, quadrophonic sound was all the rage. It was the nucleus of surround sound, giving music enthusiasts a taste of what it felt like to be in the middle of a live concert. Fast forward to today, and Dolby, the heavy-hitter in the world of cinematic and surround sound, has taken this concept to a whole new level.
Have you ever sat in a cinema, feeling the roar of an explosion from all around, or the whisper of an actor right behind you? You've got Dolby to thank for that. Founded by Ray Dolby in 1965, this company started by tackling noise reduction in recording studios. Soon enough, they expanded to cinema, giving us the feeling of being inside the film rather than just watching it. Their recent innovation, Dolby Atmos, feels less like listening to sound and more like being wrapped up in it.
After a hectic day, most of us don't fancy a trip to the cinema. And many people enjoy the comfort and conveince of watching a film or TV show from the comfort of their own beds. So, those bright sparks at Kaydian had a lightbulb moment: Why not bring that cinematic sound to a luxury TV Bed? Enter the Edge Dolby Atmos Media Bed by Kaydian Design.
Combining the comfort of a bed with the audio prowess of Dolby Atmos is a game-changer. Your bed, the place where you binge-watch shows, nap on lazy afternoons, read and chill now doubles up as a personal cinema. You don't just watch movies; you're in them. That rain scene? It's pouring around you. Car chase? You're right there in the passenger seat.
But the Edge bed isn't just about movies. Fancy some late-night tunes? Just connect your playlist via Bluetooth. Need to charge your devices? There's a USB and HDMI port waiting for you. And for the all important screen, a 43" TV pops up from the foot of the bed. A full state-of-the-art media unit from the comfort of your own bed.
Kaydian Design has always had a knack for quality, and with the Edge bed, they've nailed it. Beyond its tech features, it's a sturdy piece of furniture. The winged headboard with its subtle button detailing and, of course Kaydian use only hard wood in its construction internally. Want to know how it works? Check out this piece.
In a nutshell, while surround sound has come a long way from its quadrophonic roots, its placement in our personal space — the bed — feels like a natural evolution. With the Edge Dolby Atmos Media Bed, TV Beds Northwest isn’t just selling a bed; it's offering an experience, right in the comfort of your bedroom. So, next time you think about a movie night, you might just want to stay in bed.