Sennheiser, a German audio company, has teamed with Netflix to deliver spatial audio to its entire collection for its more than 221 million subscribers worldwide.
Sennheiser, a German audio company, has teamed with Netflix to deliver spatial audio to its entire collection for its more than 221 million subscribers worldwide.No matter what device you use to watch Netflix, spatial audio, according to the streaming service, will help transfer the cinematic experience of immersive audio to any stereo.
Spatial Audio is a 3D audio technique that uses dynamic head-tracking to produce a more immersive soundscape for a “theatrical” experience.People may hear spatial audio by putting “spatial audio” into the search field and choosing a show or movie that supports it from the search results since Thursday, when it was implemented across the whole catalogue.The business stated in a statement that it was “happy to add this functionality to other technologies we support like 4K, HDR, Dolby Atmos, and Netflix Calibrated Mode” since it would “bring viewers closer to the tale”.
Currently, content that supports spatial audio includes the fourth season of “Stranger Things”, “The Adam Project”, “Red Notice”, “The Witcher”, “Locke & Key” among others.
You can view a movie or video with spatial audio and dynamic head tracking, which creates the illusion that the sound is coming from all around you.