CES 2017: Dolby, LG Announce First TVs to Support Both Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos - Twice

CES 2017: Dolby, LG Announce First TVs to Support Both Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos

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Dolby Laboratories and LG Electronics today announced that LG 2017 OLED TVs will support Dolby Vision HDR technology and Dolby Atmos audio in tandem, the first TVs on the market to do so.

All the company's 2017 OLED TVs will support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos globally, including the 77/65W7, 77/65G7, 65/55E7, 65/55C7, and 65/55B7. In addition, all LG’s flagship Super UHD TVs will continue to support Dolby Vision in 2017. This includes models SJ9500, SJ8500, and JS800 Super UHD TVs.

 “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.”

 More than 80 studio titles are available in Dolby Vision, and more than 100 titles are available in Dolby Atmos, with 25 available in both formats. LG said.

Most major studios, including Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, have announced support to deliver Dolby Vision titles and Dolby Atmos titles. Additionally, more than 100 hours of original content is available in Dolby Vision across leading OTT providers globally, and soon consumers will have access to Dolby Vision titles on Ultra HD Blu-ray disc, with anticipated availability in 2017.

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