Hisense is proud to partner with Dolby to deliver an elevated home viewing experience on select models of Hisense TVs. Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos are available on the all-new Hisense Dual Cell™ TV.
With exceptional picture quality combined with Dolby Vision and Atmos, the Dual Cell™ TV sets a new standard for premium entertainment.
Transform your entertainment experience with the dramatic imaging of Dolby Vision and moving audio of Dolby Atmos on the new Hisense Dual Cell™ TV!
In addition to the new Hisense Dual Cell™ TV, Dolby Vision and Atmos is also available on the ULED Series Q8 and UHD Series S8 models from 2020, and the R7 and R8 models from 2019.
This magnificent audiovisual combo delivers a best-in-class home cinema experience that will make any living room feel like a theatre. If you’ve never experienced the wonders of Dolby, read on to find out more.
Explore our range of Hisense ULED TVs with Dolby Vision Atmos.
What is Dolby Vision?
Dolby Vision HDR technology automatically optimises your content scene-by-scene to make the most of TV display capabilities and deliver the best image it can, resulting in ultra-vivid pictures. It can create highlights that are up to 40 times brighter, and blacks that are 10 times darker than a standard picture. Meanwhile, the increased colour volume rises from millions to billions, transforming every scene into vivid, lifelike images before your eyes.
What is Dolby Atmos?
Dolby Atmos brings a breakthrough immersive audio experience to your home, whether it’s shows, games, or live sports. The moving audio is a major advance from stereo, and even surround sound. You’ll feel like you’re inside the action as the sounds of people, places, things, and music come alive with breathtaking realism and move throughout the space. Quite simply, Dolby Atmos creates a fuller, more immersive experience that puts you right inside the action.
How do I watch Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos compatible content?
Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos compatible content is available across multiple streaming services. Netflix users can search the platform using terms “HDR” or “Dolby Atmos” to find compatible content including TV shows and movies. Stan also has plenty of Dolby compatible content available to premium users. Although Amazon Prime has only recently arrived in Australia, it comes with support for Dolby Atmos, though like the other services, it is very title dependent, with Jack Ryan and Susperia currently supporting Dolby.
As the technology becomes more common, there’ll be lots more content to look forward to across all streaming platforms.
Are you ready to elevate your home cinema experience? Explore our range of TVs with Dolby Vision Atmos.
Ashim Mathur from Dolby Laboratories talks about the partnership between Dolby and Hisense Australia