Introduced at ISE was Rasike’s home cinema design, a 3D rendering to show what a Rasike home cinema will look like. The reference room is 6m deep by 4m wide with a height of 2.9m and offers two rows of Matiz seats, with the front row being the reference seats for a Dolby Atmos speaker setup. An acoustically transparent screen of 140in is used in the design. Luxurious curtains will be placed in front of all walls with Rasike’s acoustic materials placed behind.
Rasike says the design was created to introduce its acoustic products into a finished room with the focus on easy installation. The company expects that the room can be installed within four days.
The company’s newest home cinema seat, Milan, is also being introduced by Rasike at ISE. It features a motorised steel wall away relax mechanism and an adjustable headrest. Like all Rasike seats, it will be available in row configurations. For those looking for fast completion of a project, the new seats will be available from stock in an anthracite colour, either leather look or genuine Italian leather. For those with more time, Rasike offers a collection of fabrics, velvets and leathers to create a custom-made product.