You want the Audio set to best available on the Cube. I checked Episode 1: on my Cube it is shown as DD+ and on my Roku as Stereo. Having said that I would recommend following the FireTV4K Stick thread since the devices are very similar and more people own the Stick. I bought the Cube because it supported Dolby Vision on Netflix but I rarely use it now that Roku does Dolby Vision with the current Ultra.Greetings to the forum. I am a new member here with my first new TV in 13 years, but I have been using the Fire TV Cube Gen for about a year with the old TV.
Since the new TV can process Dolby, even though I only use the built in audio in the TV, as TVs go, this TV has really good audio (Sony Bravia 77" OLED),
The problem I have is that anything I watch from the Fire TV cube is showing up as "Dolby Audio DD+" when I use the "Display" button on the TV remote.
For example, if I play Stargate SG1 (originally in mono) on the Netflix app built into the TV, the display does not show any audio encoding. If I then start the same program on Netflix from the fire TV, it shows Dolby Audio DD+ in the Best Available or Dolby Plus modes and Dolby Audio DD in the Dobly mode.
Is this normal? If so, does the TV processor really know if the source is not really Dolby and not process it that way.
It seems to be odd, but the reason I think it is an issue was because I was watching some recorded TV and I had trouble hearing the dialog.
Thanks, and I apologize for being really over my head here and if this has already been covered. Everything else seems to be working fine (TV switches between 1080 and 4K when using Amazon +) and all other functions work great.