Compared with regular Cable TVs, YouTube Tv Premium may look pricey, But it has its benefits. Google is trying to capture Cable TV users with its YouTube TV alternative. So, They try their best to cover users with new features that are not available in legacy cable TV methods. Also, They introduce new features often. On the tech side, Google keeps adding new channels and Visual and Audio improvements. Now, YouTube TV App gets 5.1 Surround Sound on Google, Android, and Roku TVs. So, The updates are mainly for Android and Android TV-based platforms.
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YouTube TV App gets 5.1 Surround Sound in Google, Android, and Roku TVs
YouTube TV announced that in addition to the previously-existing surround sound capabilities on conventional Chromecasts and TVs manufactured by Vizio, LG, or Samsung, the new immersive audio experience is coming for Google TV and Android TV Roku.
How to Check 5.1 Surround Sound is Playing in YouTube TV App?
According to the support page on the support page for YouTube TV, if you have a compatible hardware configuration and the show you’re watching is compatible with 5.1 audio, then it will be turned on automatically. This signifies that you’re using the correct feed. If you’re watching a show and you’re not sure whether it’s being played, one method to determine this is to open the appropriately named “Stats for nerds” window to see if it’s possible to locate AC-3/EAC-3 within the codecs section.
- Start the YouTube TV application on your television, and play a YouTube video.
- Click on the controls for the player and then click more.
- Select the bug.
- Statistics for nerds will be shown on top of the video when playing.
Of course, Along with the eligible devices, Your Stream device should support 5.1 Surround Sound, or you should attach external Audio support devices to your Primary Stream device.
Suppose you’re hoping to add some additional channels. In that case, however, you’re unable to stream the content of your YouTube TV subscription on a different device, for example, Fire TV, Apple TV, PlayStation, or Xbox, the last update in March stated that YouTube has “still working internally and with partners” to allow the feature on these platforms.
Since most of the mobile carriers in the USA always provide Cable TV and Internet support all in one package, Google should offer reasonable values to migrate users from their comfort zone. Since YouTube TV needs Internet and it can’t work like Cable TV, Users have to make bold decisions. So, To make users make decisions, YouTube Tv should have potential. Adding 5.1 Surround Sound in Google, Android, and Roku TVs YouTube App is a great initiative. What is your experience with the new 5.1 Surround Sound on your YouTube TV? Share it below.
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