Microsoft and Dolby have partnered to introduce Dolby Vision support for gaming on the Xbox Series X|S consoles. The duo are the first gaming consoles to receive the enhanced HDR standard.
In a now-deleted blog post on its French website, Microsoft has boasted a two-year console exclusivity deal that allows it to utilize Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos technologies in its Xbox consoles.
Apple has officially announced that its music subscription service is not only gaining support for lossless audio quality but also Dolby Atmos surround sound, all for the same price.
Netflix is rolling out a new sound feature that increases the audio bitrate of its content in order to deliver a crisper sound to viewers while remaining adaptive to network and device limitations.
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At CES 2018, Sony announced several additions to its home theater range that it claims will push your media experience to the next level thanks to it supporting both Dolby Vision and HDR10.
Netflix has become the third streaming provider, following Amazon and Vudu, to add support for Dolby Atmos, however as well as needing a receiver that supports it, you'll also need an Xbox One/S.
If you want a set of headphones for your Xbox One, but don't want to deal with wires or base stations, LucidSound has something you might want to check out when it's released later this year.
Almost a week after Microsoft rolled out the Creators Update for Xbox One consoles, Blu-ray bitstream pass-through is now available on the platform, which includes support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X.
Microsoft has announced that support for Dolby Atmos sound is coming to Windows 10 and Xbox One next year, to provide an immersive and engaging experience when gaming or enjoying other media content.