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Dolby Atmos

  • 21 September 2018
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Is this something that will be supported in the future?
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Best answer by melvimbe 21 September 2018, 19:56

Sonos has made no announcements to that effect.
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Sonos has made no announcements to that effect.
Sonos has made no announcements to that effect. that’s a great reply!! That is not what I asked, if you don’t work for Sonos please keep your opinion to yourself.
that’s a great reply!! That is not what I asked, if you don’t work for Sonos please keep your opinion to yourself.

Unfortunately for you, that is the best answer you are going to get. Sonos almost always keeps things like this secret, so melvimbe was simply telling you what they would say if they could say it. Too bad you had to be so rude about it.
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@calvinjnr, please keep it friendly with other community members. If you're asking questions here, you can count on them to answer and usually have the right information. If you're looking for an official reply only from Sonos employees, you'd want to contact our team directly. In this case, Melvimbe is 100% correct. We haven't made any announcements one way or the other in regards to Dolby Atmos compatibility in the future.

Dolby Atmos is compatible with Dolby Digital 5.1, which is supported on Sonos home theater player for surround sound setups. Atmos is designed to include ceiling speakers in addition to the other channels, which isn't something we've support to date. We don't tend to comment on what's coming in the future. If it does come, we'll make sure to let everyone know.