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Nvidia Shield

Step-by-Step Instructions for Best Experience
(Reference Model: Nvidia Shield Version 8.0)

Select your Nvidia Shield Version

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Audio Settings

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Video Settings

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HDMI CEC Settings

 

STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE:

NOTE

Connect Nvidia Shield (HDMI OUT) to TV HDMI input with a HDMI-certified High-Speed 2.0 cable (18Gbps) for high quality video and audio. Recommended HDMI Cable > 

 

Audio will be sent out via TV's HDMI ARC to soundbar HDMI 1 ARC

Ensure your TV supports 5.1 channel pass-through via HDMI ARC. Click HERE to view a list of TV that supports 5.1 channel pass-through

For maximum stability, set HDMI Video Settings toYCbCr 4:2:0; 8 bits; Rec 2020See video setting space for detailed instructions >

Dolby Atmos MAT audio playback:

Some content devices output Dolby Atmos audio in "Dolby Atmos MAT" format, a new audio format that adds Dolby Atmos metadata into lossless pulse-code modulation (PCM) audio. The content devices are designed to prioritize internal buffering for high quality video when playing Dolby Atmos MAT contents. Therefore, the buffering process might cause random audio cut-outs. This is reported by various users with content devices that outputting Dolby Atmos MAT format:

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Nvidia Shield Community Page

NOTE

Connect Nvidia Shield (HDMI OUT) to soundbar HDMI 2 or 3 (processing prioritized ports) with a HDMI-certified High-Speed 2.0 cable (18Gbps) for high quality video and audio. Recommended HDMI Cable >

For maximum stability, set HDMI Video Settings toYCbCr 4:2:0; 10 bits; Rec 2020See video setting space for detailed instructions >

Dolby Atmos MAT audio playback:

Some content devices output Dolby Atmos audio in "Dolby Atmos MAT" format, a new audio format that adds Dolby Atmos metadata into lossless pulse-code modulation (PCM) audio. The content devices are designed to prioritize internal buffering for high quality video when playing Dolby Atmos MAT contents. Therefore, the buffering process might cause random audio cut-outs. This is reported by various users with content devices that outputting Dolby Atmos MAT format:

Kodi on Nvidia Shield

Nvidia Shield Community Page

1. ENABLE HDR FORMAT

Settings >

Device Preferences >

Display & Sound >

select 4K 59.940 Hz (Recommended)

select 4K 23.976 Hz

Resolution >

Resolution >

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Observe the LED light status at the front of soundbar when playing content (3 LED = Dolby Digital; 2 LED = DTS)

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Press INFO button on soundbar remote control to verify audio format received on soundbar (Dolby/DTS for best audio)

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