have selected Dolby
as NGA codec
shipping in Europe
including all major SoCs
Three dimensional sound
Hisense, Huawei, Philips, Vizio,
LG, Panasonic, Sagemcom, Vodafone,
Samsung, Sharp, Skyworth, Sony, TCL,
Vestel, Arris, Wistron Neweb Corporation,
Kaon Media Co Ltd, Humax Co Ltd
All Samsung devices, all Huawei P and
Mate series, Sony, One Plus 7 & 7 Pro
and OPPO Reno mobile devices deliver
Dolby Atmos via Dolby AC-4. Oneplus,
Lenovo, Sharp, Razer, Amazon tablets also
deliver audio via Dolby AC-4. Dolby AC-4 can
support immersive binaural output to headphones.
Amlogic, Broadcom, Cadence, HiSilicon,
Mediatek, Novatek, Realtek, Synaptics, Samsung IC, LG IC.
Approved final standard
for ATSC 3.0 Audio
Adopted by North
Association (NABA) as
sole audio standard for
Adopted by the Digital
Project (DVB) for
satellite, IPTV, DASH,
Adopted by the
Society of Cable
Adopted by Ultra HD
Forum Italia (HDFI) and
(CRTV) for Italian final
Adopted by Korea
for digital cable UHDTV
AC-4 included in the
for use in broadcast,
broadband, and hybrid
Adopted by Freesat as
the only next generation
Adoption decision in
Adopted by DASH
Adopted by the
Music streaming service Tidal uses
Dolby AC-4 to deliver IMS on mobile. It is available in many countries across the globe.
The NorDig standards body, confirmed today that Dolby AC-4 has been officially added as well as the only next generation audio codec for the forthcoming NorDig specification v3.1.
The specification will require all HEVC enabled receivers (set top boxes and TVs) to support Next Generation Audio Dolby AC-4.
This covers cable, satellite, terrestrial networks as well as both free and pay platforms that distribute content from NorDig broadcasters in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Iceland and Ireland.