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Dolby, Tidal HiFi Roll Out Immersive Streaming

Streaming titan Tidal is making Dolby Atmos Music available from Atmos-enabled home systems.

Streaming titan Tidal is making Dolby Atmos Music available from Atmos-enabled home systems.
Streaming titan Tidal is making Dolby Atmos Music available from Atmos-enabled home systems.

San Francisco, CA & Malmo, Sweden (May 29, 2020)—Dolby Laboratories and Tidal are making Dolby Atmos Music available through Dolby Atmos-enabled sound bars, TVs and AVR home theater systems.

Tidal HiFi users will need to connect their Dolby Atmos-enabled living room devices to a compatible streaming player running the most recently updated Tidal app. Compatible streaming devices include Apple TV 4K, Fire TV Stick 4K, Fire TV Cube, Fire TV Stick (2nd gen), Fire TV (3rd gen), and NVidia Shield TV or NVidia Shield TV Pro (2019 or newer models).

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The updated Tidal app is also available on Dolby Atmos-enabled Android TVs from Sony and Philips, which will allow users the option to hear Dolby Atmos Music natively using the Dolby Atmos enabled speakers on the TV or via a connected Dolby Atmos enabled sound bar or home theater system.

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Dolby Atmos Music is available to Tidal members subscribing to the HiFi tier; users can also get Dolby Atmos Music on Tidal HiFi through a compatible Dolby Atmos-enabled Android smartphone or tablet.

Tidal HiFi will automatically default to this mode if a Dolby Atmos mix and compatible device are available. To find songs in Dolby Atmos, go to the Home screen and look under “Available in Dolby Atmos” or search “Dolby Atmos” to find tracks in Dolby Atmos, including dedicated “At Home” playlists focused on genres like pop, hip-hop, and jazz.

Dolby Atmos Music • http://Music.Dolby.com

Tidal HiFi • www.TIDAL.com/DolbyAtmos

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