How to Install Dolby Atmos in Windows 10

 At the end of this post, you have successfully installed Dolby atmos in windows 10!

How to Install Dolby Atmos in Windows 10

What is Dolby Atmos:

Traditional 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound uses 5 or 7 speaker channels and a subwoofer. When you watch a movie or toy game with surround sound, the movie or game is actually sending 6 or 8 separate sound channels to the speakers.

Dolby Atmos is way better improved than regular of surround sound. It does not mix into multiple separate channels; instead, it maps the sound to a virtual location in 3D space and sends the spatial data to the speaker system. Then, Dolby Atmos-enabled receivers use specially calibrated speakers to locate these sounds. Dolby Atmos systems may include ceiling speakers above you or speakers on the floor, and their sound will bounce off the ceiling.

This feature requires Dolby Atmos-enabled hardware, especially Dolby Atmos-enabled receivers. Microsoft has also added Dolby Atmos support to Xbox One, and many Blu-ray discs contain Dolby Atmos audio.

The Creators Update for Windows 10 also added a separate feature called "Dolby Atmos for Headphones". This feature can improve the positional audio in any pair of headphones or earbuds. You don't need special Dolby Atmos headphones. This is a virtual surround sound built into Windows.

Indeed, this is a completely different function, only associated with the Dolby brand. Real Dolby Atmos requires a hardware receiver and special speaker settings, while Dolby Atmos for headphones is a digital signal processor (DSP), which can receive surround sound from your PC and Mix them together to improve the positioning sound experience of the headset.
Some games have added support for Dolby Atmos headsets. 

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