The newest crown jewel of the Museum of Tolerance Los Angeles, is the newly-updated, state-of-the-art Peltz Theater which has undergone a massive renovation and is now available for rental.
The Peltz is the first in North America with fully immersive natural sound made possible by the 308 channel audio sound system from Iosono GmbH consisting of 308 separate audio and five subwoofer channels which are entirely hidden within the Theater’s architectural elements. The system utilizes waveform synthesis, allowing for effects and movement of sound distribution that has never been reproduced before allowing for every seat to be a good one with uniform sound quality.
For increased functionality, the Peltz has two 35mm film projectors and a Stewart film screen with added HD video capabilities allowing for digital video playback. Updated equipment includes a Christie 5000 lumen 3 chip HD DLP projector along with an array of video sources, including Blu-ray DVD players. A motorized masking system for the screen to change its frame/aspect ratio as needed is one of the numerous upgrades.
Color in the Theater can be changed dynamically through ETC dimming and control on the new architectural TIR LED wall lights. Motorized lighting battens were incorporated, allowing the ceiling fixtures to be easily maintained.
The Museum, located in the heart of the Westside, just blocks from Century City and Beverly Hills, offers ample free underground parking and facilities for banquets and receptions. The Peltz is available for rental, particularly during the busy pre-award season.
For more information call, 310-553-9036.