In front of its release in theaters and through streaming tomorrow, HBO Max is affirming subtleties on how you’ll have the option to watch Wonder Woman 1984 on the new Chromecast with Google TV. Lamentably, that needs support for Dolby Atmos.
Google’s most recent streaming stick is a strong choice that we commended at its cost and valuable interface, and on top of that it additionally underpins most streaming arrangements for 4K and HDR. That incorporates Dolby Atmos, yet sadly, HBO Max is strangely inadequate with regards to help for that sound configuration on Chromecast with Google TV.
On a help page, HBO Max completely subtleties how and where you’ll have the option to watch Wonder Woman 1984 in 4K HDR and that incorporates the new Chromecast with Google TV just as Google’s Chromecast Ultra. Past that, Android TVs, select Fire TVs, the Apple TV 4K, and able Rokus can stream with Dolby Vision and HDR10 as long as your TV underpins it.
The HBO Max application just added uphold for 4K HDR in its most recent application update, yet HBO explicitly takes note of that Chromecast with Google TV doesn’t uphold Dolby Atmos, despite the fact that the gadget itself underpins that sound norm with other applications. HBO doesn’t determine a purpose behind the absence of help, and it’s odd that lone Google’s decoration needs it.
It’s a disgrace to need Dolby Atmos on the new Chromecast, however we’re at any rate happy that 4K HDR will even now be accessible. Ideally, HBO Max will settle whatever issue is going on before the stage’s other large deliveries debut this year.
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