Cheetham100

Novice Member
If a 4k bluray (or even standard bluray) states dolby atmos or dtsx, will it use every speaker available in your system or stick to what it says on the case?

I have a lgsn11rg 7.1.4 soundbar so if a 4k bluray states dolby atmos or dtsx will it use my whole 7.1.4 system or not?

Thanks :) :thumbsup:
 

Coz22998

Distinguished Member
If a 4k bluray (or even standard bluray) states dolby atmos or dtsx, will it use every speaker available in your system or stick to what it says on the case?

I have a lgsn11rg 7.1.4 soundbar so if a 4k bluray states dolby atmos or dtsx will it use my whole 7.1.4 system or not?

Thanks :) :thumbsup:
Yes it will. It will also scale down if you have less speakers (folding surround backs into surround sides for example) but if you have more it will need an AVRs up mixer to use all additional speakers.

But as a rule, standard Atmos and DTS:X will utilize 7.1.4 channels of your AVR and speaker array.
 

Cheetham100

Novice Member
Yes it will. It will also scale down if you have less speakers (folding surround backs into surround sides for example) but if you have more it will need an AVRs up mixer to use all additional speakers.

But as a rule, standard Atmos and DTS:X will utilize 7.1.4 channels of your AVR and speaker array.

Thank you for your reply. That will now make it easier in picking out 4k blurays from now on. Just glad that it will use all speakers available in my set up. Thanks again :) :thumbsup:
 
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