The Dolby Atmos audio standard will finally also be available in Vestel company’s entry level and mid-range televisions
The support Dolby Atmos it is no longer reserved for high-end televisions. Vestel, the large multinational behind Toshiba, Hitachi, Panasonic and other entry-level TVs, is implementing extensive support for the Atmos standard.
Not many TVs have powerful speakers, but Dolby Atmos support in a TV also allows the user to stream audio to a soundbar or external receiver via HDMI. Dolby Atmos support first arrived on TVs in 2017, where it was reserved for high-end TVs. In the years since, support has extended to mid-range TVs while streaming providers such as iTunes, Netflix e Disney+ they have begun to offer content that takes advantage of the audio standard.
Dolby Atmos support is now, after only four years, becoming a standard feature even in entry-level TVs, as evidenced by Vestel’s announcement that it is rolling out support for most of the company’s 4K Smart TVs. Vestel, for the uninitiated, is the company producing entry-level TVs and some of the mid-range of Finlux, Grundig, Hitachi, JVC, Panasonic, Strong, Toshiba, Thomson and many more.
The statements of the insiders
Altinkaya line, Vestel Marketing and Product Manager, said:
“This broader launch of Dolby Atmos is a major development that allows us to help raise the bar for everyday TV audio. Now even more of our television ranges will be able to offer an accessible, ready-to-use immersive audio solution that can greatly enhance the viewing experience. ”
Javier Foncilias, VP of Commercial Partnerships at Dolby Europe, said:
“It is fantastic that Vestel is offering its customers the best of both worlds with its latest range of televisions. Consumers will be able to enjoy incredible picture quality and a stunning audio experience with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, engaging viewers in the on-screen action. “
We remind you that to take full advantage of Dolby Atmos you need a compatible external audio system. For full quality Dolby Atmos from a Blu-ray disc or game console, the TV must also support HDMI eARC.
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