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Jacques Champine

Hulu only playing in Stereo (DD2.0)

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The Hulu running to my amplifier never outputs more than Stereo, even if it reads "Dolby Digital" it's actually "Dolby Digital 2.0" configuration (meaning only using 2.0 out of the 5.1 available). Netflix, Plex, Amazon all output correctly 5.1 sound to the amp via PCS, Dolby Digital, or DTS codecs.

Is anyone else experiencing this or are you guys able to get Hulu to output actual 5.1?

I'm on WebOS 2 with the 65OLED 2015 model LG 65EF9500. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the App, logged out and back in, and currently, have a Hulu Plus (US) subscription. The only thing I haven't tried is someone else's Hulu account on the TV.

 

Lastly, give us Profiles access already >.<

(moved to the correct part of the forums, was previously posted in questions for WebOS vs for Apps)

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I have the exact same problem.  Hulu played through my xbox one plays in 5.1 so it is clearly a problem with the Hulu WebOS app.  Also none of the Hulu 4K content comes up on 4K, seems like they have some features to fix.

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