True, but means built in apps also don't support it. So you need external device, which you need to connect to AV then, guess Atmos passthrough does not work either.No Atmos? Anyone buying these almost certainly has a sound solution thats far superior to anything that could be built in to a tv.
You don't need to decode Atmos to send it as DD+ from the internal apps on the TV to a soundbar or AV receiver via ARC, the 2019 Samsung TVs already do that. The 2020 models will support eARC, so they can also send Atmos as TrueHD as well.True, but means built in apps also don't support it. So you need external device, which you need to connect to AV then, guess Atmos passthrough does not work either.
But for example xbox needs to be connected to tv to use gaming features.
Samsung's failure to embrace Dolby Vision on its TVs is a mystery to me, I have repeatedly told them to add it because with literally everyone else now supporting DV they are at a disadvantage.Much as I love the Samsung TVs in general, without Dolby Vision I wont be buying, I was hoping they would introduce out this year as it is costing them sales but alas no.
I saw last years amazing 65” Q90 for €2200 (about £1900) just after Christmas and I have to admit I was very tempted but as an Apple 4K user with loads of movies with DV I’m not buying anything that doesn’t support it
It's weird that Samsung has gone to the effort of putting height speakers in the Q950TS and Q800T but hasn't added Dolby Atmos decoding. The company includes Atmos in its soundbars, so they clearly have a good relationship with Dolby, so this decision makes no sense to me.No Atmos is a no go for 2020...