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To my understanding, with DTS Master Audio tracks, it also contains the standard lossy "core", and devices that don't recognize the HD track still see the core and will play it. That appears to be happening here, as my AV receiver shows both tracks as the standard lossy DTS track. If I play the same video on a Sony BD player, my AV receiver shows MA for one and standard DTS for the other.
Plex is a great media server. However, at this time there's no Plex client for the Tizen OS, which means for these TVs all you can use is the DLNA option that Plex has (but is not enabled by default). So any DLNA issues with his current NAS box will likely also apply with Plex. I have Plex running on the same computers that are running Serviio, primarily to support my Roku players. Since Roku added DLNA support, I rarely use Plex anymore. I mainly use it for cataloging my media, since the web interface lets me see what I have and which drive it's on (I have seven drives!).
Samsung JU7100 and NU7100 4K TVs, Yamaha RX-V583, Nvidia Shield, a number of Roku players and TVs, Windows 10 media server with Serviio and Plex. Other players and TVs as well.