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Dolby Atmos

Tech 2020-09-25T21:57:03Z

LG's new NanoCell 4K TV is a solid living room display, but it can't quite match the bright HDR performance of its more affordable competitors

The LG NanoCell 90 4K TV offers wide viewing angles and great digital assistant support, but HDR brightness is lacking. Here's our full review.
Tech 2020-09-17T15:06:00Z

Vizio's first OLED 4K TV is now available for purchase with prices starting at $1,300 — here's where you can buy them

Vizio's latest home entertainment lineup includes the company's first OLED TV, bright Quantum Series 4K TVs, and a rotating Dolby Atmos soundbar.
Tech 2020-06-18T16:58:45Z

Sonos' newest soundbar uses Dolby Atmos technology to fill your room with audio from all directions — here's our full review

The Sonos Arc is a great buy for people who want an immersive Dolby Atmos soundbar with voice control and support for Sonos' wireless ecosystem.
Tech 2020-06-10T20:08:00Z

Sonos' newest lineup includes a powerful wireless speaker for music and a Dolby Atmos soundbar for movies — here's how to buy the new speakers

Sonos has released its new Arc soundbar, Sonos Five speaker, and Sonos Sub. Here's how much each model costs and where you can buy them.
Entertainment 2020-05-11T19:20:51Z

Tidal's HiFi music streaming plan costs more than Spotify or Apple Music, but if you really want the best audio quality, it's worth the extra money

Tidal's HiFi streaming plan offers high quality music playback on a variety of devices for $19.99 per month. Here's our full review.
Reviews 2020-02-12T21:23:19Z

Dolby Atmos can turn your room into a dome of immersive sound for movies and TV shows — here's everything you need to know

Dolby Atmos is an audio format capable of producing surround sound from all directions. Here's everything you need to know about Dolby Atmos.
Reviews 2018-10-03T14:55:00Z

Amazon has dropped a new Fire TV Stick with 4K, HDR, and Dolby Atmos — and it's still only $50

Amazon has announced an updated 4K version of its $50 Fire TV Stick as well as a new $30 Alexa Voice Remote that includes power and volume buttons. They're both available to pre-order now and will begin to ship on October 31.