Netflix Brings Spatial Audio To All Devices And Updates

Netflix recently revealed that it is delivering spatial audio to all platforms in order to improve the listening experience for all of its original movies. The fourth season of “Stranger Things,” “The Adam Project,” “Red Notice,” “The Witcher,” and “Locke & Key,” among others, are some of the current works that enable spatial audio. For those who are unaware, spatial audio is intended to deliver theater-like sound from a film or television programme. There will be sounds emanating from everywhere as you watch something at home.

Users can search for all the movies and TV shows on Netflix that have spatial audio by typing “Spatial Audio” into the search field. Your streaming device will determine the quantity of movies that support spatial audio. Due to the deployment, people who typically cannot use spatial audio on their devices can now do so. Additionally, spatial audio will be available to all subscribers, regardless of the Netflix subscription package they have.

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Sennheiser’s AMBEO technology, which allows for the delivery of spatial audio via any 2-channel stereo hardware without the need for extra surround sound speakers or home theatre gear, was licenced by Netflix. Sennheiser stated in a statement that AMBEO is designed to give a “enhanced audio experience wherever stereo is delivered today, be it on normal TV sets, stereo systems, headphones, tablets, or laptops.”

In order to watch video that is compatible with spatial audio on an iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, Netflix advises that the streaming quality be set to “High” or “Auto.” Additionally, it should be noted that nothing will change for users of existing Apple products that enable spatial audio, such as the third-generation AirPods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, and Beats Fit Pro.

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