I own a Samsung HW-K950 sound system which supports Dolby Atmos. A funny thing with this sound system is that it sounds quite horrible when not in "Dolby Atmos mode", a mode which is only enabled (automatically) when the receiver is receiving a Dolby Atmos signal. Unfortunately, this is a well known fluke of this system
I've used both an Xbox One X as well as a Windows 10 PC in the past which have the ability to always output Dolby Atmos ("Dolby Atmos for home theater" with "Dolby Access" app), regardless of what the actual audio source is, to remedy this problem. However I would really like to purchase an Nvidia Shield TV, but without the ability the always output a Dolby Atmos signal my expensive sound system just doesn't sound good at all.
Does anyone know of any solution to always get a Dolby Atmos signal output from the Nvidia Shield? Wether the signal just gets repackaged in a Dolby Atmos container or the signal gets upmixed/upscaled to Dolby Atmos really doesn't matter. All I want is my sound system to receive a Dolby Atmos signal so it sounds like intended.