Only the new HDMI 2.1 hardware will allow Atmos or DTS:X over eARC on newer Electronic devices. So, all our electronics are 2.0 at best and it cannot be updated through software. Hope that helps a bit.
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People are complaining because Atmos is more adopted for now. DTS: X is coming out more and more with every movie released. Remember, DTS: X is free not licensed. Also, people who do not have high-speed internet want to utilize what their UHD/4K player has to offer. So, this sounbar is not just for streaming purposes and you are a fool for thinking this way. It has been proven over and over again that a physical blu-ray discs will always have better quality (picture and sound), than what streaming services does. How is it that this soundbar can do Atmos, but cannot output TrueHD MA for Dolby? All Atmos does is add height and dimension. The sound itself is on the TrueHD layer. Adding DTS:X should be done, along with DTS HDMA. As for the war, it will always be at war between DTS and Dolby. They both are good and both should be standard, because you have no choice what is on the physical UHD Blu-ray discs. It's the company that chooses Atmos or DTS: X. Not us, the consumers. If you think you have control, then you are again mistaken on information about electronics.
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