Marantz: How can I become a tester for Dolby Atmos

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  1. Marantz: How can I become a tester for Dolby Atmos


    Marantz (Audio/Video Receivers): How can I become a tester for Dolby Atmos
    What exactly do you mean? ATMOS is now released for Xbox One...

    "Blu-ray Bitstream pass-through is now live on Xbox One consoles. Reboot & select ‘Let my receiver decode audio’ in Blu-ray settings page" -Xbox April 5, 2017

    Testing and development for system and platform advancements are not open to public. The only option the public has to test and review new features is the Xbox Insider Program.

    Xbox Insider Program FAQ

    Cheers,

    Nigel

    :)
     
    detroitjon7826, Apr 6, 2017
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  2. KTM192AK
    KTM192AK Guest
    Xbox One X, Dolby Atmos Not Working, Makes Distorted Crackling Sound

    Update:

    I have now tried a 4K Blu-ray disk and can confirm that Dolby Atmos works with it. I used the AVR Key so HDR would go to my LG OLED TV and the Dolby Atmos Sound would go to my non-HDCP2.2 Marantz SR7009 Receiver. I now believe the problem is with the Dolby
    Access App and not with the Xbox One X's operating system itself since the 4K Blu-ray would send its own Dolby Atmos track to the receiver bypassing the Dolby Access App. Where with Games and the Demo's in the Dolby Access App are using that App to process
    the Dolby Atmos signal. Thus I believe it is a problem with the Dolby Access App, but i don't know how that ties into the operating system or how the Blu-ray player app integrates with the Xbox's operating system or bypasses it because of that pass-through
    setting that lets the receiver process the Atmos Signal. Either way I have concluded there is nothing more I can do, it's definitely an issue with either the operating system or Dolby Access App having compatibility issues.
     
    KTM192AK, Apr 6, 2017
    #2
  3. KTM192AK
    KTM192AK Guest
    Xbox One X, Dolby Atmos Not Working, Makes Distorted Crackling Sound

    I have Dolby Atmos problems with Xbox One X, I have an LG OLED 65E6P and a Marantz SR7009 receiver. My receiver clearly is getting an Atmos Signal but it’s got a distorted crackling sound. Kind of like when you’re having video connection issues with the
    screen flickering, except it’s happening with the sound with Dolby Atmos, just a rapid distorted flickering of the sound. I had this happen in the past when I first tried using Atmos with a PC a couple years ago to play Star Wars Battlefront the first Dolby
    Atmos compatible game and it was a cable issue, I was using to long of an HDMI cable, switched to a shorter one and it worked.

    However this time I have tried 4 different cables and nothing works, I tried it months ago on an original Xbox One could not get it to work, and now the same thing is happening with my brand new Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition. I was hoping the problem
    would go away with the new Xbox One X, not happy that it doesn’t. It has the problem with both the Dolby Atmos app demos and when I booted up Gears of War 4, does the same thing, didn’t try a 4k Blu-ray but I assume it would have the same problem since everything
    else that outputs an Atmos signal seems to.

    I have also tried using an HD Fury AVR Key which extracts the HDMI Audio so you can send the audio to an older non-HDCP2.2 receiver and HDCP2.2 video to the TV, since the Marantz SR7009 doesn’t support HDCP2.2 and I don’t feel like spending a couple grand
    getting the newest version that does when I can get this little AVR Key for $150. It also doesn’t work; it does recognize the Atmos signal though, but still the same distorted crackling sound. The HDCP2.2 video to the TV works fine though, so it’s not a handshake
    issue like you get using non-HDCP2.2 hardware.

    I have basically run out of things to try and must assume that it’s a firmware issue with the Xbox One or software issue on the Dolby Access side of things that make it incompatible with first generating Dolby Atmos receiver’s like the Marantz SR7009. It’s
    just weird because there are no error messages like I see a lot of other people having online saying there receiver is not Dolby Atmos capable when they are, it just seems to think everything is working, when it clearly isn’t.
     
    KTM192AK, Apr 6, 2017
    #3
  4. laxnigel
    laxnigel Guest

    Marantz: How can I become a tester for Dolby Atmos

    What exactly do you mean? ATMOS is now released for Xbox One...

    "Blu-ray Bitstream pass-through is now live on Xbox One consoles. Reboot & select ‘Let my receiver decode audio’ in Blu-ray settings page" -Xbox April 5, 2017

    Testing and development for system and platform advancements are not open to public. The only option the public has to test and review new features is the Xbox Insider Program.

    Xbox Insider Program FAQ

    Cheers,

    Nigel
     
    laxnigel, Apr 12, 2017
    #4
  5. laxnigel Win User

    Marantz: How can I become a tester for Dolby Atmos

    What exactly do you mean? ATMOS is now released for Xbox One...

    "Blu-ray Bitstream pass-through is now live on Xbox One consoles. Reboot & select ‘Let my receiver decode audio’ in Blu-ray settings page" -Xbox April 5, 2017

    Testing and development for system and platform advancements are not open to public. The only option the public has to test and review new features is the Xbox Insider Program.

    https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/console/xbox-insider-program

    Cheers,

    Nigel
  6. KTM192AK Win User

    Xbox One X, Dolby Atmos Not Working, Makes Distorted Crackling Sound

    Update:

    I have now tried a 4K Blu-ray disk and can confirm that Dolby Atmos works with it. I used the AVR Key so HDR would go to my LG OLED TV and the Dolby Atmos Sound would go to my non-HDCP2.2 Marantz SR7009 Receiver. I now believe the problem is with the Dolby
    Access App and not with the Xbox One X's operating system itself since the 4K Blu-ray would send its own Dolby Atmos track to the receiver bypassing the Dolby Access App. Where with Games and the Demo's in the Dolby Access App are using that App to process
    the Dolby Atmos signal. Thus I believe it is a problem with the Dolby Access App, but i don't know how that ties into the operating system or how the Blu-ray player app integrates with the Xbox's operating system or bypasses it because of that pass-through
    setting that lets the receiver process the Atmos Signal. Either way I have concluded there is nothing more I can do, it's definitely an issue with either the operating system or Dolby Access App having compatibility issues.
  7. XM SirBruce ES Win User

    Crackdown 3: Xbox One X reverts to Stereo with Dolby Atmos setup

    Hi,

    yes, console restart, a different Xbox One X and instead of Marantz, an Onkyo of the latest AV system.

    It does not activate Dolby Atmos in any way, but other games do it flawlessly.

    It sounds like a bug, yes, but for everybody. Not only for a determinated setup.

    Anyone has tested Dolby Atmos setup with Crackdown 3? What setup?

    Thanks
  8. bolshoishalopai Win User

    Xbox One X Dolby Atmos not working

    I have Dolby Atmos problems too with Xbox One X, I have an LG OLED 65E6P and a Marantz SR7009 receiver. My receiver clearly is getting an Atmos Signal but it’s got a distorted crackling sound. Kind of like when you’re having video connection issues with
    the screen flickering, except it’s happening with the sound with Dolby Atmos. I had this happen in the past when I first tried using Atmos with a PC a couple years ago to play Star Wars Battlefront the first Dolby Atmos compatible game and it was a cable issue,
    I was using to long of an HDMI cable, switched to a shorter one and it worked.

    However this time I have tried 4 different cables and nothing works, I tried it months ago on an original Xbox One could not get it to work, and now the same thing is happening with my brand new Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition. I was hoping the problem
    would go away with the new Xbox One X, not happy that it doesn’t. It has the problem with both the Dolby Atmos app demos and when I booted up Gears of War 4, does the same thing, didn’t try a 4k Blu-ray but I assume it would have the same problem since everything
    else that outputs an Atmos signal seems to.

    I have also tried using an HD Fury AVR Key which extracts the HDMI Audio so you can send the audio to an older non-HDCP2.2 receiver and HDCP2.2 video to the TV, since the Marantz SR7009 doesn’t support HDCP2.2 and I don’t feel like spending a couple grand
    getting the newest version that does when I can get this little AVR Key for $150. It also doesn’t work; it does recognize the Atmos signal though, but still the same distorted crackling sound. The HDCP2.2 video to the TV works fine though, so it’s not a handshake
    issue like you get using non-HDCP2.2 hardware.

    I have basically run out of things to try and must assume that it’s a firmware issue with the Xbox One or software issue on the Dolby Access side of things that make it incompatible with first generating Dolby Atmos receiver’s like the Marantz SR7009. It’s
    just weird because there are no error messages like I see a lot of other people having online saying there receiver is not Dolby Atmos capable when they are, it just seems to think everything is working, when it clearly isn’t.
    I was also getting the error "receiver is not Dolby Atmos capable." I finally got Atmos to work. See my other post on this thread. Under "Settings, Display & Sound, Volume, Setup TV & AV Control, Audio" I had to change the default "Stereo" setting to "Surround
    Sound." The Xbox One X had to reboot to accept/change the setting. After this change Dolby Atmos was working. Not sure why this setting is under volume instead of audio output (or why its not automatic since Dolby Atmos is surround sound).
  9. KTM192AK Win User

    Xbox One X Dolby Atmos not working

    I have Dolby Atmos problems too with Xbox One X, I have an LG OLED 65E6P and a Marantz SR7009 receiver. My receiver clearly is getting an Atmos Signal but it’s got a distorted crackling sound. Kind of like when you’re having video connection issues with
    the screen flickering, except it’s happening with the sound with Dolby Atmos. I had this happen in the past when I first tried using Atmos with a PC a couple years ago to play Star Wars Battlefront the first Dolby Atmos compatible game and it was a cable issue,
    I was using to long of an HDMI cable, switched to a shorter one and it worked.

    However this time I have tried 4 different cables and nothing works, I tried it months ago on an original Xbox One could not get it to work, and now the same thing is happening with my brand new Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition. I was hoping the problem
    would go away with the new Xbox One X, not happy that it doesn’t. It has the problem with both the Dolby Atmos app demos and when I booted up Gears of War 4, does the same thing, didn’t try a 4k Blu-ray but I assume it would have the same problem since everything
    else that outputs an Atmos signal seems to.

    I have also tried using an HD Fury AVR Key which extracts the HDMI Audio so you can send the audio to an older non-HDCP2.2 receiver and HDCP2.2 video to the TV, since the Marantz SR7009 doesn’t support HDCP2.2 and I don’t feel like spending a couple grand
    getting the newest version that does when I can get this little AVR Key for $150. It also doesn’t work; it does recognize the Atmos signal though, but still the same distorted crackling sound. The HDCP2.2 video to the TV works fine though, so it’s not a handshake
    issue like you get using non-HDCP2.2 hardware.

    I have basically run out of things to try and must assume that it’s a firmware issue with the Xbox One or software issue on the Dolby Access side of things that make it incompatible with first generating Dolby Atmos receiver’s like the Marantz SR7009. It’s
    just weird because there are no error messages like I see a lot of other people having online saying there receiver is not Dolby Atmos capable when they are, it just seems to think everything is working, when it clearly isn’t.
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