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Amazon Prime Video users note downgraded audio quality in Apple TV app

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Amazon Prime Video users note downgraded audio quality in Apple TV app

You is probably not getting the entire enjoy out of Amazon Prime Video at the Apple TV.

Amazon Prime Video could have in any case landed at the Apple TV, however when you downloaded the app, you is probably not getting the entire enjoy. Whilst the app does certainly flow 4K excessive dynamic vary (HDR) video, the audio is probably not reasonably as much as snuff. Whilst a number of movies are marked as supporting 5.1 encompass sound, it kind of feels that no video from the app is outputting in 5.1 channels. As an alternative, the movies appear to be the usage of 2.1 stereo sound.

From AppleInsider:

Exams performed by way of AppleInsider corroborate separate studies indicating that audio at the new Amazon Prime Video app is restricted to 2.1 —the primary digit for a couple of audio system, and the second one for a subwoofer. That is smartly underneath the fundamental 5.1 usual —5 audio system, one subwoofer — for contemporary high-definition content material.

In the meantime, Apple TV house owners over on Reddit are having the similar problems, with some noting that this drawback does no longer appear to have an effect on the Prime Video app on different gadgets like recreation consoles. In the meantime, the Amazon Help Twitter account claims that the Apple TV app must be supporting Dolby 5.1:

The account additionally says that Amazon is having a look into the problem. Confidently, any mistakes might be corrected quickly and Prime participants and Amazon Video subscribers will be capable to benefit from all of the provider has to provide at the Apple TV.

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