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Old 12-01-2017, 09:17 AM - Thread Starter
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Quick question. PS4 Audio, what do I choose for Atmos?

I want to try streaming a 4K UHD VUDU movie with my new atmos speakers and I'm trying to figure out what audio output to select for atmos? I have a Atmos capable receiver (Denon S730H).

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Old 12-13-2017, 09:56 AM
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Don't believe the PS4 supports Atmos.
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I want to try streaming a 4K UHD VUDU movie with my new atmos speakers and I'm trying to figure out what audio output to select for atmos? I have a Atmos capable receiver (Denon S730H).

Thanks!
"ENABLING DOLBY BITSTREAM PASS-THROUGH ON PS4

In order for the PS4 to output Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby TrueHD formats we must first configure the PS4 to output audio via HDMI, and ensure that the "Audio Format (Priority)" is set to "Bitstream (Dolby)."

In Settings -> Sound & Screen -> Audio Output Settings:
Set "Primary Output Port" to “HDMI OUT.”
Set Audio Format (Priority)" to “Bitstream (Dolby).”
Now that we’ve configured the audio output of the PS4, let’s look at the settings that pertain to the Blu-ray player software. First, we need to ensure that we are selecting the correct audio format, and then we need to inspect the Settings menu to confirm that the audio format is set to “Bitstream (Direct)”.

Select the Dolby audio format in the audio menu of the Blu-ray
While the Blu-ray is playing...
Press the "Options" button on the PS4 controller
Select "Settings"
"Audio Format" to “Bitstream (Direct)"
Check the AVR display to confirm that it is indicating receipt of a Dolby format"

Via this link:
http://developer.dolby.com/News/Enab...aystation.aspx
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