SELECT YOUR SOUNDBAR

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XBOX CONSOLE SERIES

Step-by-Step Instructions for Best Experience
(Reference Model: XBOX Series X)

Select your XBOX model

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XBOX SERIES X

XBOX ONE X

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XBOX ONE S

 

STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE:

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Connect XBOX SERIES X (HDMI OUT) to soundbar HDMI 2 or 3 (processing prioritised) with a HDMI-certified High-Speed 2.0 cable (18Gbps) for high quality video and audio. Recommended HDMI Cable >

Ensure your TV HDMI ARC port supports HDCP 2.2 standard to allow 4K HDR/Dolby Vision display. Check your TV manual for more information.

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Connect XBOX Series X to TV with a HDMI-certified High-Speed 2.0 cable (18Gbps) and then TV to soundbar via HDMI ARC

Ensure your TV HDMI ARC port supports HDCP 2.2 standard to allow 4K HDR/Dolby Vision display. Check your TV manual for more information.

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Connect XBOX ONE X 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 >

Ensure your TV HDMI ARC port supports HDCP 2.2 standard to allow 4K HDR display. Check your TV manual for more information.

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: Microsoft Xbox One Discussion Page

1. CHECK YOUR TV SETTINGS

Click on the arrow button at the sides of the image to go forward/backward for settings. (Click on image to enlarge)

Sequence:

  1. Menu > Settings > General > TV & display options

  2. TV & display options > Setup > 4K TV details

Note: It is recommended to allow XBOX run the diagnostic on your TV to help you determine the suitable settings.

1. Menu > Settings

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2. VIDEO SETTINGS

Click on the arrow button at the sides of the image to go forward/backward for settings. (Click on image to enlarge)

Sequence:

  1. Menu > Settings > General > TV & display options

  2. TV & display options > Display > Resolution > 4K UHD

  3. TV & display options > Display > Refresh Rate > 60 Hz

1. Menu > Settings

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3. ADVANCED VIDEO SETTINGS

Click on the arrow button at the sides of the image to go forward/backward for settings. (Click on image to enlarge)

Sequence:

  1. Menu > Settings > General > TV & display options

  2. TV & display options > Advanced > Video Modes

  3. Video Modes > Allow 50Hz > Check > Allow 24Hz > Check > Allow auto-latency mode > Check > Allow variable refresh rate > Check > Allow 4K > Check > Allow HDR10 > Check > Auto HDR > Check 

Note: If your TV does not support Dolby Vision, the option will be blocked

1. Menu > Settings

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Play Dolby Vision contents on Netflix to verify Dolby Vision format. Your TV will display a notification mentioning the Dolby Vision format is activated

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