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Cine City first with Dolby Atmos sound in Sri Lanka

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Cine City has opened to the general public with a glamorous new look, by adding the latest sound system of the digital family – the Dolby Atmos, for the first time in Sri Lanka, which will give the movie goers a whole new experience by taking them to another world and a different place, by its unique sound effects, modern technology and meeting up with the international standards of digital technology. With this newly introduced sound system, one can experience the life like sounds as inside the heart of a jungle, river, or the thundering rain from the front, the sides, even from the top of the cinema hall. Cine City and the introduction of Dolby Atmos is a brainchild of CEO Dr. Buddhi Keerthisena.

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