Friday, February 15, 2008

VAJRA CINEMA GOES DOLBY DIGITAL

GANGTOK, February 14: Movie viewing will never be the same in the Capital.

A fully-upgraded Vajra Cinema is all set to bring back audiences to the movie hall once again with the latest in the cinema sound system available in the market today.

The hall, equipped with the latest Dolby Digital cp650d cinema audio processor, will reopen from tomorrow with the screening of “Jodha Akbar.”

Talking to SIKKIM EXPRESS, Pema Ladakhi, the MD of Vajra Cinema said that besides the sound system, the hall has undergone extensive upgradation, keeping in tune with the latest trends in cinema halls across the country. “The Dolby Digital cp650d surround sound system is the latest in sound system available in the country today. Only multiplex cinema halls such as INOX and PVR have such systems installed,” he said.

The sound system has also come with a Dolby CAT 720 reader which will take the movie viewing experience to a new level.

“Vajra Cinema has undergone a major facelift. We have changed the seats and renovated the washrooms. We will be soon changing the massive 70 mm screen as well,” Mr. Ladakhi said. “This has been done according to the instructions of the State Government as well as keeping in mind the viewing pleasure of the audience,” he added.

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