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Dolby Atmos

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    Re: Dolby Atmos

    Thanks, that's clearer. The TV is 4K with support for HDR 10. However, the Chromecast is plugged into the TV via HDMI. The TV itself is hooked up to the Atmos soundbar via HDMI/ARC. Not sure if the TV will pass through the audio from Chromecast input to the Soundbar, however it's not in my situation.


      Re: Dolby Atmos

      Catchgops, I thought you were using a soundbar, not a receiver?

      Have you tried plugging the Chromecast directly into the soundbar like I suggested?


        Re: Dolby Atmos issue with GotG 2

        Does any one else have issues with Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2 Atmos digital copy??? All my other Atmos movies are working except that one. Contacted customer support about a couple weeks ago and the engineers haven?t found the problem. I just upgraded my roku to the new ultra 4660R and still same issue. When playing movie, the Atmos channel plays distorted and cuts in and out. Im a AV Technition so I know how it works. Just wanted to know if anyone else is experiencing the same issue.

        Sony XBR65A1E
        Marantz 1607
        5.2.2 speaker system
        Roku 4660R

        Thanks in advance.


          Re: Dolby Atmos

          No, I've just had a problem playing the UHD version of Baywatch. I get a server error almost every time. I've submitted a ticket but they haven't found the problem.

          71 UHD
          798 HDX
          2 SD


            Originally posted by playdough View Post
            Re: Dolby Atmos

            I have a Samsung SUHD TV (UN65JS9000FXZA), a Integra 80.6 Pre/Pro and can compleately handle Atmos but when I play the Dolby Atmos Sample content I am only getting Dolby Digital. My settings on my vudu app (run on the Samsung Smart TV app) don't seem to enable 4k content or more importantly for me right now Atmos. Anyone know if this is expected (since I don't have a visio TV) or if I can a configuration problem?

            I think I can answer this one with some confidence for ya. All TV's (Doesn't matter which brand it is) cannot output Atmos natively. I believe it is the new HDMI standar coming out that will allow those brand new TV's to do that. I use a ROKU Ultra and that will output Atmos, HDR and all the good stuff, but the only drawback is watching a VUDU HDX movie. Only the UHD versions have Atmos sound, while HDX and below gets Dolby Digital plus only. I can only hope that VUDU adds Atmos to HDX movies soon, for I have a great sound system, but only a 1080P TV, whilst my other setup is UHD everything, but uses a crappy Soundbar (with Atmos) for sound, but I think the ROKU HDMI port borks the sound, for I always have to turn the soundbar off and then on for any sound to be produced. Only on the ROKU does this happen. I play with a UHD Blu-ray Player and the sound never goes out or anything. Hope that helps Playdough.