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Remember when 3D TVs were the craze? Dolby Atmos is the 3D audio for your ears that's here to stay.

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Dolby Atmos adds a height element to surround sound, creating an immersive audio experience.

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It allows for up to 118 audio objects to be precisely placed in your room, enhancing realism.

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In theaters, it uses up to 64 independently controlled speakers for immersive audio.

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At home, Dolby Atmos relies on speaker-channel configurations like 5.1.2 or 7.1.4.

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You can still enjoy Dolby Atmos with a soundbar, but full setups offer the best experience.

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Premium soundbars, like Samsung's Q990C, provide immersive audio with up-firing speakers.

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For novices and those on a budget, a Dolby Atmos soundbar is an affordable solution.

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Streaming Dolby Atmos content depends on Dolby TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus formats.

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HDMI eARC is essential for transmitting high-resolution Atmos from your TV to the sound system.

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Popular TV brands that support Dolby Atmos compatibility include LG, Sony, and more.

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Find Dolby Atmos content on streaming services like Disney+, Netflix, and Apple TV.

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Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Xbox One stream Dolby Atmos, elevating your audio experience. 

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Dolby Atmos Music offers a revolutionary 3D audio music experience, transforming the way you listen. 

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Services like Tidal, Apple Music, and Amazon Music Unlimited offer Dolby Atmos music, transforming how we listen to songs.