the European specialist in cinema exhibitor services (Ymagis Group, ISIN:
FR0011471291, TICKER: MAGIS, PME-PEA, TECH 40), today announced that it has
completed the installation of Pathé Switzerland’s brand-new Pathé Spreitenbach multiplex,
located near Zurich.
Open to the public since 9 May, the 10-screen cinema
complex (1,322 seats) has been equipped by CinemaNext Switzerland with
state-of-the-art cinema technology, including 4K laser phosphor projection, Dolby
Surround 7.1 and three Dolby Atmos-enabled screens.
“Known for its
constant modernization and seeking out the latest in cutting-edge innovations,
we couldn’t be happier to have partnered with Pathé Switzerland on the
equipment of its new Spreitenbach location featuring Dolby technology,” said Olivier
Douet, Managing Director of CinemaNext Switzerland. "We are delighted to
have lent our technical expertise and know-how to this exciting project, in
close collaboration with Dolby. In addition to the ultra-high-quality audio
installations, each of the modern auditoria has been equipped with
state-of-the-art laser phosphor projectors to provide audiences with an optimum
creative community has adopted Dolby Atmos as the premier format for
maintaining sound fidelity. Dolby Atmos creates powerful, moving audio by
introducing two important concepts to cinema sound: audio objects and overhead
speakers. To date, more than 4,800 Dolby Atmos enabled cinema screens have been
installed or committed in more than 90 countries.
Spreitenbach complex also features a Kids Cinema, an exclusive auditorium made
by children for children, several VIP auditoria and an IMAX® cinema, for which
CinemaNext Switzerland oversaw the installation of 17 VIP cocoon seats.