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Dolby Atmos on Windows 10 will finally bring surround sound to the masses

05/01/2017

Computers have improved in almost every respect imaginable over the years, yet the way most of us listen to audio – a pair of cheap (...)
Computers have improved in almost every respect imaginable over the years, yet the way most of us listen to audio – a pair of cheap headphones or speakers – has remained woefully stagnant. Dolby Atmos support in Windows 10 might finally change that. Back in December, Microsoft announced it was would natively integrate Dolby Atmos processing into Windows 10 and the Xbox One in 2017, no special sound chip required, and it even works with your plain earbuds. While it’s far from the first attempt bring surround sound to headphones, it will be the first time that option will be available… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Windows Computers have improved in almost every respect imaginable over the years, yet the way most of us listen to audio – a pair of cheap headphones or speakers – has remained woefully stagnant. Dolby Atmos support in Windows 10 might finally change that. Back in December, Microsoft announced it was would natively integrate Dolby Atmos processing into Windows 10 and the Xbox One in 2017, no special sound chip required, and it even works with your plain earbuds. While it’s far from the first attempt bring surround sound to headphones, it will be the first time that option will be available… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Windows
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