LG OLED TV is the first ever kind that comes with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support. You can enable this feature to get three-dimensional audio without connecting any external speakers to your LG TV. With Dolby Atmos, you can watch movies or listen to music in a rich surround sound experience.
Optionally, you can connect external devices like home theaters and headphones to stream your favorite media files using Dolby Atmos. Noteworthily, LG TVs manufactured after 2019 and a few models in 2017 like W7, G7, E7, C7, and B7, have native Dolby Atmos support.
How to Turn On Dolby Atmos on LG TV [2021/2022]
If you have an LG TV (2022 and above), ensure that it runs webOS 7.0 or up. Whereas, for 2021 models, the LG TVs should run webOS 6.0 or up.
 Switch on your LG Smart TV and press the Settings button on the remote.
 From the list of options, select All Settings (Three-dotted icon).
 Head to the Sound and choose Advanced Settings.
 You can find the Dolby Atmos settings under it.
 Click the Toggle button to enable Dolby Atmos.
How to Enable Dolby Atmos on LG TV [2020 or Earlier]
If your Smart TV is manufactured in 2020 or runs webOS 5.0 or earlier, you can follow these steps to turn on Dolby Atmos.
 Turn on your LG TV and press the Settings button on the remote control.
 Once the Settings menu pops up, scroll down and choose All Settings.
 After that, click Sound from the list of options.
 Under Sound, toggle on the Dolby Atmos setting to enable the feature.
Note: After enabling the Dolby Atmos feature, you will see a pop-up message indicating, “This settings is only available for Internal TV Speaker“.
 Now you’re done, enjoy your Dolby Atmos experience!
How to Enable Dolby Atmos on LG Soundbar/Speakers
If you have connected an LG soundbar to your TV, you can follow the below procedure to enable this feature.
 Initially, connect the HDMI cable from the external speaker/soundbar to the HDMI 2 (ARC)port of your TV.
 Once connected, turn on your LG TV and navigate to Settings → Sound.
 Under the Sound menu, select the Sound Out option.
 Further, select Audio Out (Optical/HDMI ARC) from the list of options.
 Finally, you can experience Dolby Atmos on your TV using external devices.
Note: You can use this method if your LG TV doesn’t have a built-in Dolby Atmos feature. On the contrary, if you want to alter the audio setting, check out the best sound settings for your LG TV.
Dolby Atmos Not Working on LG TV: Causes & Fixes
If the Dolby Atmos is greyed out or not working properly, here are the causes and fixes for the same.
|Incompatible with Dolby Atmos or no built-in support||Use external speakers or a soundbar to experience the feature|
|Outdated firmware||Update your LG smart TV to its latest version|
|Incorrect input settings||Connect the HDMI cable to the HDMI 2 (ARC) port of the TV|
|Temporary bugs & glitches||Power cycle your LG TV|
|Choppy sounds after enabling Dolby Atmos||Reset your LG Smart TV to its initial settings|
Turn on your LG TV and press the Settings button on your remote control. Select All Settings → Picture → Picture Mode Settings. From there, you can view the Dolby Vision Picture Mode option.
While watching content with Disney Plus on LG TV, navigate the Details tab. From the Available section, look for Dolby Atmos and overview your soundbar to confirm. Now, a Dolby Atmos logo will be displayed on the top of the screen.
If you find Dolby Atmos in the Audio Settings, your TV supports the Passthrough feature.
Yes. You can watch your favorite Apple Originals and movies in Dolby Atmos using the Apple TV app on LG TV.