Are you kidding me? So if I plug a source in like a Firestick it will pass through an Atmos signal to AVR? SUCK ME SIDEWAYS!Netflix has never been supported via the native app mate, i never actually said it was, i just mentioned they use the same audio container , but this isn't a codec compatibility issue but rather the fact Netflix made a decision to not support it. Plug say a firestick 4k into the TV and atmos from netflix will happily be passed back over ARC. As will atmos from sky Q, Virgin V6 and any other box which sends the atmos metadata within the DD+ container.
Which is kind of why it works, the TV cannot differentiate between DD+ 5.1 and DD+lossy atmos, all the relevant data is held within the container which the TV cannot see, only the AVR when it unpacks and decodes
Anyway the question was regarding atmos from amazon, which was supported via the native app, but they have appeared to have pulled the lossy atmos stream from all my devices, so in this instance I do not think it is a TV issue
Would this be the same case plugging a Blu Ray player straight into TV and passing through to AVR too?
Saying that, the Xbox One X doesn't pass it's Atmos signal through TV to AVR. Or have I missed something completely?