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Dolby digital passthrough Samsung UE46F8005ST

  • 2 January 2019
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I've been reading today abput the Dolby digital passthrough issue. I have tried googling if my TV supports the Dolby digital passthrough without any luck BUT I went to the audio settings on the TV and and "audio output". From there I can select Dolby Digital and DTS Neo 2:5 and PCM(default). Does this mean my TV support the passthrough?
My TV has an HDMI ARC if that makes any difference. Sorry I'm new to this 😉
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Best answer by buzz 2 January 2019, 03:15

ARC would have utility for BEAM and AMP. Dolby Digital or PCM would be the appropriate output format from the TV. SONOS does not support DTS.
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ARC would have utility for BEAM and AMP. Dolby Digital or PCM would be the appropriate output format from the TV. SONOS does not support DTS.
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ARC would have utility for BEAM and AMP. Dolby Digital or PCM would be the appropriate output format from the TV. SONOS does not support DTS.

Ok so I should be able to have the surround sound which Sonos offer then on my TV for my playstation 4 etc?