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I am currently getting my HT setup to play Atmos and just wondering what the best debut Blu-Ray would be to go with? My guess is Gravity but thought maybe there was something else users have found to be equally impressive in showing off it's soundtrack??
I would first listen to all the atmos demo via vudu and for movies i would do gravity.

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I am currently getting my HT setup to play Atmos and just wondering what the best debut Blu-Ray would be to go with? My guess is Gravity but thought maybe there was something else users have found to be equally impressive in showing off it's soundtrack??
Jupiter Ascending as well, for the sound mix (although the score overtakes the effects in some scenes).
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Insurgent- WOW! Must watch for the atmos soundtrack. My favorite so far.
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Is the Age of instinction in Atmos when we watch with Netflix?
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Is the Age of instinction in Atmos when we watch with Netflix?
No. It is only on the Blu-Ray. Netflix is 5.1 Dolby Digital Plus.
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The Age of Adaline is my favourite so far, I loved the movie and the Atmos soundtrack
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The Age of Adaline is my favourite so far, I loved the movie and the Atmos soundtrack

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I just discovered godzilla blu ray had dolby atmos. I watched it this weekend and was absolutely amazed at the immersion from the atmos. When the first monster gets released from the reactor and the metal cables are snapping and zipping over your head with the height speakers and the building is collapsing OOOH BOY eargasm
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I just discovered godzilla blu ray had dolby atmos. I watched it this weekend and was absolutely amazed at the immersion from the atmos. When the first monster gets released from the reactor and the metal cables are snapping and zipping over your head with the height speakers and the building is collapsing OOOH BOY eargasm
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Godzilla didn't have an Atmos track in North America. Perhaps you were listening to it using the Dolby Surround Upmixer?


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Godzilla didn't have an Atmos track in North America. Perhaps you were listening to it using the Dolby Surround Upmixer?


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Oh I suppose you are right now that I look it up. Only the theater version had atmos, it got dropped for the blu ray and just shipped with dts 7.1.

I suppose it was just DSU... in that case, I am even more impressed now with dolby upmixer than I was before.
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I would love to see your review of Roger Waters The Wall (2014) that was released last week. I have it, but unfortunately I don't have a Dolby Atmos system yet but I'd love to know how The Wall concert sounds on it.

The movie/concert was simply amazing (I've seen it live in Athens, one of the venues of this BluRay), and this BluRay really manages to transfer the atmosphere of the concert in full.
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I would love to see your review of Roger Waters The Wall (2014) that was released last week. I have it, but unfortunately I don't have a Dolby Atmos system yet but I'd love to know how The Wall concert sounds on it.

The movie/concert was simply amazing (I've seen it live in Athens, one of the venues of this BluRay), and this BluRay really manages to transfer the atmosphere of the concert in full.
I just got Roger Waters - The Wall a few hours ago and couldn't wait to play it. i haven't gotten through the whole thing yet (had to go to work) but in the first 10 minutes I am thrilled. Add in that I saw the show live at Fenway Park a few years ago and this is just like reliving it. The sound effects that they are known for are exactly like you would expect them to be. So glad I pre-ordered this!
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I just got Roger Waters - The Wall a few hours ago and couldn't wait to play it. i haven't gotten through the whole thing yet (had to go to work) but in the first 10 minutes I am thrilled. Add in that I saw the show live at Fenway Park a few years ago and this is just like reliving it. The sound effects that they are known for are exactly like you would expect them to be. So glad I pre-ordered this!
It's amazing isn't it? Have you got Dolby Atmos by any chance?
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It's amazing isn't it? Have you got Dolby Atmos by any chance?
Yes I do which is one of the main reasons I got it. I am very, very impressed with it. I would say it is probably one of / if not the best Atmos Experience in an actual movie to date. Its right up there with some of the demos!
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Yes I do which is one of the main reasons I got it. I am very, very impressed with it. I would say it is probably one of / if not the best Atmos Experience in an actual movie to date. Its right up there with some of the demos!
Time for a new home theatre then!

I was thinking of getting an Onkyo TX-NR3030 receiver, but for some reason it doesn't support DTS-X which is worrying, I need something future proof :/

Any suggestions, other brands?
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Time for a new home theatre then!

I was thinking of getting an Onkyo TX-NR3030 receiver, but for some reason it doesn't support DTS-X which is worrying, I need something future proof :/

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Not to hijack this thread but as my signature says I went with a Denon 7200 and I love it. I don't think that anything is truly future proof as they want to sell you new devices every so many years. Since I upgraded to my AVR I haven't followed the new ones or trends but can say that after using Sony's, Yamaha's and even some older Denon's I am thrilled with this one and highly recommend it but as with anything this is completely subjective and my opinion. Do a search and you will find plenty of resources on here to help you make up your mind.

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Time for a new home theatre then!

I was thinking of getting an Onkyo TX-NR3030 receiver, but for some reason it doesn't support DTS-X which is worrying, I need something future proof :/

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I am in the process of hooking up a Onkyo 5.1.2-Channel Dolby Atmos Ready Network Home Theaterto my 120"screen and Optoma projector. I was wondering if any of these titles are available in Atmos:
Games of Thrones
Avengers
Thor
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Godzilla
The Vikings
300
...or any other similar titles. Not a big fan of sci-fi or romantic comedy either
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I am in the process of hooking up a Onkyo 5.1.2-Channel Dolby Atmos Ready Network Home Theaterto my 120"screen and Optoma projector. I was wondering if any of these titles are available in Atmos:
Games of Thrones
Avengers
Thor
CaptAmerica
Pacific Rim
Godzilla
The Vikings
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...or any other similar titles. Not a big fan of sci-fi or romantic comedy either
None of those titles are in Atmos that I'm aware of. However, they have recently re-released Game of Thrones (Season 1 and 2) with an Atmos soundtrack.

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Here's season 2. Season 1 comes in the same packaging:


http://www.amazon.com/Game-Thrones-S...n%3A2650305011

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I have this site bookmarked to check periodically on the latest discs with Atmos.

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=248132

I ended up going with the Onkyo TX 838 as I wanted the ability to have pre-outs and use 5.1.2 or 7.1 seamlessly. Annoyed that it doesn't support DTS-X, however I'm sure that will be the goal with HT 2.0 (and 4K 3D) in a few years tops. So I can wait, especially to save $600+ on the AVR.
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Where are the Dolby Atmos Bluray reviews??
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The reviews that contain Dolby Atmos mixes aren't earmarked as such. If there is a particular title containing an Atmos mix that you're interested in you can search the Blu-ray Review database stickied at the top of the forum to find it. We wouldn't differentiate the releases containing an Atmos mix anymore than we would differentiate those containing DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby TrueHD etc.

Doing a search in this forum under Dolby Atmos might be of help as well.


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Help clarify exactly what Atmos is adding

Can someone please answer this question for me:

Do discs encoded with Atmos a) simply add height channel information, b) remaster all channels including the 5.1/7.1 tracks, c) add DSP effects, d) all three

I ask this because I have been experimenting with exactly what "added" content is in the height channels by turning off all other speakers. There isn't a whole lot going on except for sporadic effects here and there in most of the movies I have tested (about 12 so far).

There are some sections (Unbroken - beginning part with aircraft scenes is a great example) where there is considerable effects, but for the most part these extra channels don't have much going on.

However, these Atmos movies do sound immersive when played with my 5.1.4 setup. Is this due to DSP processing that Atmos provides? Maybe it's my brain expecting to be surrounded in 3D sound?

Originally I was thinking that atmos added height speaker information only (no matter 2 or 4 speakers), but now I'm wondering if there isn't other processing or decoding happening that is not present in TrueHD or DTS-MA.

Hope someone can clarify exactly what Atmos does in specific terms.

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Can someone please answer this question for me:

Do discs encoded with Atmos a) simply add height channel information, b) remaster all channels including the 5.1/7.1 tracks, c) add DSP effects, d) all three
None of the above.

The Atmos (and DTS:X) encoding software allows the people mixing the sound to specify the xyz coordinates of a sound. How good a job they do is up to them and the movie studio's and director's instructions. The various mixing studios are still learning how best to use it. They seem to use it quite well for sounds that are in the plane of the viewpoint, providing much more accurate placement of sounds there. However, many of the movies released so far don't have many sounds placed high up in the soundfield. Some use overhead placement only for ambient sounds, while a few place action overhead, too. Even then they often aren't consistent within the same movie. For example, see the opening scenes of San Andreas for a lost opportunity of placing helicopter sounds overhead.

Some people have compared progress in using 3D immersive sound to the adoption of the more "traditional" type of 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound. Many directors still don't know how to use that very well. Some seem to even prefer to have an almost monaural soundtrack. One can hope that 3D sound mixing techniques will improve as everyone becomes more comfortable with the new tools.
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My question on UHD is the titles being released in Atmos (such as Ender's Game), will it include the BD of Ender's Game encoded in Atmos as well?? If so, I might need to take a 2nd look at starting my UHD collection even if I don't have the PJ for it yet.

Curious if anyone knows?
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The reviews that contain Dolby Atmos mixes aren't earmarked as such. If there is a particular title containing an Atmos mix that you're interested in you can search the Blu-ray Review database stickied at the top of the forum to find it. We wouldn't differentiate the releases containing an Atmos mix anymore than we would differentiate those containing DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby TrueHD etc.

Doing a search in this forum under Dolby Atmos might be of help as well.


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I would like to see this changed if possible. In your statement you are comparing apples (DTS-HD MA, Dolby TrueHD) to oranges (ATMOS). I think there would be great interest by having titles with height channels (ATMOS, DTS-X, etc.) separated or linked specifically in this thread or a new dedicated thread if needed. The platform is being utilized more and more and simply searching through existing reviews does not really provide the focus that many of us with height channels are looking for...

Your reviews are great and given the few reviewers that have the ATMOS gear, I think it is something worth considering.

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I would like to see this changed if possible. In your statement you are comparing apples (DTS-HD MA, Dolby TrueHD) to oranges (ATMOS). I think there would be great interest by having titles with height channels (ATMOS, DTS-X, etc.) separated or linked specifically in this thread or a new dedicated thread if needed. The platform is being utilized more and more and simply searching through existing reviews does not really provide the focus that many of us with height channels are looking for...

Your reviews are great and given the few reviewers that have the ATMOS gear, I think it is something worth considering.

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I agree.

As a work around, I check Atmos BD's here http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=248132 then check to see if Ralph has reviewed the title.

For DTS:X BD's I check here http://www.dts.com/consumers/enterta...recentReleases
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