The ceiling speakers or Dolby Atmos enabled speakers do not output sound, even if the DTS decoder is set to Neural:X.
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Follow the steps below.
It is a specification that Neural:X is not enabled for DTS sources with sampling frequencies between 96 kHz and 192 kHz. As a result, the sound will not be output from the ceiling speakers or Dolby Atmos enabled speakers. Set the sound fields of the receiver to Dolby Surround. If you set the sound fields of the receiver to Dolby Surround, then sound will output from the ceiling speakers or Dolby Atmos enabled speakers.
Try either of the following to check the HDMI setting of the connected HDMI device (such as a Blu-ray Disc player):
- Change the audio channel of the disc or content to audio output other than DTS such as LPCM or Dolby.
- Set the audio output setting of the HDMI device to LPCM.
What is Neural:X?
Neural:X is the latest upmixing technology from DTS that expands the stereo 5.1 channel and 7.1 channel to multi channels. It can be played on the multi channel speaker including height speakers.