Does it support DTS, Dolby ATMOS audio playback?🔥🔥🔥

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It supports Dolby ATMOS audio, but it does not support DTS decoding.

1. The audio source must be Dolby Atmos and the screen light shows Dolby Atmos, the non-Atmos audio source shows Dolby Surround (MOVIE/Dialogue EQ)/Dolby Audio (MUSIC EQ).

2. Both the soundbar interface and TV interface must be HDMI eARC.

3. TV output audio source format is set to AUTO/Pass Through;

Note: If your TV only has ARC (Audio Return Channel), it only supports regular audio format decoding.
Its original Dolby Atmos format will be converted and reduced to DDP format (Dolby Digital Plus),
which can be played, but there will be no Dolby Atmos effect experience.

TV shows and movies with Dolby Atmos audio:

If you have a Dolby Atmos-capable system and a plan that supports streaming in Ultra HD, available titles will show a Dolby Atmos icon next to their description:

Not every episode or season of a Dolby Atmos-supported TV show will have Dolby Atmos available. Also, not every TV show or movie supports Dolby Atmos in every language.

About Dolby Atmos audio:

Dolby Atmos is a surround sound format that provides the listener with an immersive 3D surround sound effect as if the sound is coming from many directions.

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