TIDAL has announced that it has begun expanding support for Dolby Atmos Music through home theater compatible devices. The addition of Dolby Atmos Music brings a more immersive listening experience when connected via the TIDAL Music app on devices such as Apple TV 4K.
Dolby Atmos Music allows people to connect with their favorite music in a whole new way, drawing listeners to a song and revealing what was lost with stereo recordings. Listeners can discover hidden details and subtleties with unparalleled clarity. Whether it’s a complex harmony of instruments placed around a listener, a legendary guitar solo that fills a room, a massive drop of bass that washes over the audience, or the subtle breath that a singer between lyrics, Dolby Atmos it gives the music more space and freedom to unleash every detail and emotion as the artist intended.
To activate the latest feature, users must have an active TIDAL HiFi subscription, Dolby Atmos compatible audio hardware, and the latest version of the TIDAL Music app on certain streaming devices and TVs. TIDAL HiFi subscriptions start at $ 19.99 per month for a single user, and a family plan is available for $ 29.99 for 6 users.
By default, Dolby Atmos Music will be automatically selected through the TIDAL HiFi service, and users can browse all available content in the Explore section of the mobile app. Example The Dolby Atmos music content available now includes albums and songs from artists such as Ariana Grande, The Weeknd and Shawn Mendes.
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In addition to the Apple TV 4K, the update will soon be available on other popular streaming devices, including Android TV and certain versions of Amazon TV Fire. Here is the complete list:
- Apple TV 4K (running TVOS 13 or higher)
- Fire TV (Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Stick 2016, Fire TV Gen 3 2017, Fire TV Cube 1st Gen or 2nd Gen)
- Nvidia Shield TV and Shield TV Pro (2019 and newer models)
- Philips Android Phones: OLED (all), Philips LCD: 8804, 7504, 7304 “The One”, 6814, 6704, 6754
- Sony Android TVs: A9G, AG9, Z9G XG95, X850G
If you are interested in taking Dolby Atmos Music for spinning, TIDAL is currently offering a free 60-day trial for new users. Additional information about Dolby Atmos music can be found at TIDAL.com and Dolby.com.
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