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LG's 2017 OLED TVs support Dolby Vision and Atmos

LG's upcoming OLED panels will be the first TVs to support both Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision
By: Derek Strickland | Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Jan 5, 2017 9:20 am

CES 2017 - LG and Dolby today announced that LG's upcoming OLED lineup will be the first TVs to support both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos for combined high-performance visual and sound experiences.

 

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LG's entire fleet of 2017 OLED TVs will support the new Dolby Atmos 3D audio and Dolby Vision HDR specs, including the following models: 77/65W7, 77/65G7, 65/55E7, 65/55C7, and 65/55B7. If you own a current LG Super UHD 4KTV, don't worry: those models will continue supporting Dobly Vision throughout 2017, including the LG 2017 SJ9500, SJ8500, and JS800 Super UHD TVs.

 

Dolby further announced that major studios including Warner Bros. and Universal Pictures will roll out Dolby Vision enhanced content, and that consumers will soon be able to buy 4K UHD Blu-rays with built-in Dolby Vision HDR support.

 

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"High-quality imaging and audio are essential elements of the TV viewing experience," said Brian Kwon, President, LG Home Entertainment Company.

 

"By incorporating Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos into our premium OLED TVs, the first TV of its kind, we are able to offer consumers amazing realism across both image and sound that is vivid, nuanced, and powerful."

 

"LG and Dolby share a passion for bringing the best possible audio and visual experiences to life," said Kevin Yeaman, President and CEO, Dolby Laboratories.

 

"This expanded collaboration with LG will bring together both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos and deliver spectacular experiences that consumers can see, hear, and feel."

NEWS SOURCES:Businesswire.com

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