I'd been away for a couple of weeks, so I apologize if I ask something that's already been answered.
IIRC, we got a bunch of 4 "true" Dolby Atmos encoded Blu-ray discs in November, but nothing beyond that.
I'm increasingly under the suspicion that with the arrival of 4K Blu-ray discs possibly within the next 12 months the major content providers may deliberately be holding back Dolby Atmos encoded Blu-ray titles and instead make Dolby Atmos a 4K exclusive feature to promote 4K sales.
Not that it matters to me (my decision to install a Marantz SR7009 later this month is at this point mostly due to the excited earwitness reports concerning the Dolby Surround Upmixer's performance), but I find myself increasingly holding back purchasing new Blu-ray titles of which I know they were recorded in Dolby Atmos, anticipating / hoping for Blu-ray re-releases with real encoded Dolby Atmos bitstream that may never come.
Am I too pessimistic?
"It is only about things that do not interest one that one can give a really unbiased opinion, which is no doubt the reason why an unbiased opinion is always absolutely valueless." Oscar Wilde