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    With the October 2018 Xbox One Update, Microsoft now supports Dolby Vision HDR for media playback on Xbox One. But not for all TVs.
    The Xbox One S and Xbox One X support HDR10 out of the box, allowing you to enjoy glorious colors and lighting on hundreds of television sets. However, not all TVs support the HDR10 standard.
    Unfortunately for early adopters of Dolby Vision HDR sets, Xbox One had no support for the standard. Thanks to the October 2018 Xbox Update, that's set to change.
    Across select TV sets, Xbox One S and X consoles now support Dolby Vision for media playback, and Microsoft is working with Dolby to expand this list of supported devices and, perhaps even functionality, in the near future.

    Here's the full list of TV sets that support Dolby Vision on Xbox right now. We'll expand this list over time as we receive updates.

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    10-11-2018 02:40 PM

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