Apple TV now offers YouTube TV in 5.1 surround sound.

Apple TV now supports 5.1 audio, as promised by YouTube TV back in March when it announced surround sound would be arriving to that streaming device.

The news was announced by YouTube TV on Twitter this afternoon . In June, Google/Android TV, Roku, and some Amazon Five TV devices received the first round of surround sound support.

When 5.1 audio is available, you instantly receive it; a compatible speaker system is required. Not all content, including live and on-demand video, is supported. To verify the programming:

Play a video by launching the YouTube TV app on your TV. Select More

from the player controls. Choose the bug

file. While the video is playing, geek statistics will be shown above it. If the show you’re watching supports surround sound, AC-3/EAC-3 will be listed in the Codecs section.

Game consoles will be the final devices to support multichannel sound, but work is still being done. Below is an The list list of Apple TV and surround-sound-capable devices:

Samsung Traditional Chromecasts with Cobalt 20 or above for LG Vizio devices Google TV Fire TV Stick with 4K Ultra HD, Fire TV Stick 4K Max, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Stick Lite, Fire TV Cube, and Google TV Roku READ MORE ON YOUTUBE TV FTC: We employ automatically earning affiliate connections. More.

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