You should know that Dolby does not really sell products with its own brand as such, but what we can find on the market are products that integrate or are compatible with its technologies. For example, Dolby Atmos can be found in sound bars, laptops, or smart speakers, while Dolby Vision can be found in smart TVs, smartphones, and even some streaming devices.
Smart TVs compatible with Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision
To enjoy series and movies with the best audio and picture quality, we have several options on Smart TV with streaming platforms such as Disney + or Netflix, ideal for the whole family.
For example, this LG OLED 55CX smart TV, compatible with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos HDR sound that allows a surround sound experience in addition to a screen with 55 inch OLED technology, 4K resolution and Alexa virtual assistant included.
Another option is the SONY KD-65XG9096 Smart TV, 65 inches to see the cinema in big size and in resolution, obviously, 4K. The entire SONY XH95 Smart TV series incorporates Dolby Vision technology and is compatible with Dolby Atmos audio systems, through which you can enjoy multi-dimensional multimedia experiences.
Sound bars with Dolby Atmos technology
As you know, it’s not the same as a product that has Atmos technology just to be compatible, and in this case we are going to offer some options in the soundbars that integrate the technology, virtualizing the effect. of the speaker on the ceiling itself. of the same. An example is this Samsung Q800T sound bar, 330 W RMS power and 3.1.2 audio channels for an audio experience in different dimensions.
If you are just looking for the BEST Dolby Atmos sound you can find and your budget is comfortable then you will be interested in the LG SN11RG Sound Bar, with Hi-Res Audio, Dolby Atmos, Google Now, Wireless Subwoofer, WiFi Connectivity and not less than 700W RMS power.
Smartphones and other products
Of course, Dolby technologies don’t just stay in TVs and bars or audio equipment, but are embedded in other types of much more everyday devices such as smartphones, streaming devices and much more. For example, Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 4K supports Dolby Vision and is actually capable of playing Atmos content.
The Echo Studio smart speaker, also from Amazon, is also compatible with Dolby Atmos (and Dolby Audio 5.1) and, in addition, you can sync it with the Fire TV Stick.
If you are looking for smartphones with Dolby technology, you also have several options, like the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G.
Or the controversial Apple iPhone 12, which is in fact capable of recording content already mastered in Dolby Vision (it is the only smartphone capable of doing so).
In any case, you have the choice between a very wide range of products. We recommend, for example, that you do a search on Amazon by simply putting “Dolby Atmos” in the search and you will get an endless number of products that incorporate it or are compatible.
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