Amazon Prime Video has cut Dolby Vision and Atmos support from their ad tier subscription. “That’s on top of the ads that Amazon injected into the service on January 29th,” reports The Verge. “Now, when you pay $2.99 a month to remove those ads, you can get Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos back as well.” The Verge reports: That’s the word from 4KFilme, which discovered that their smart TVs from Sony, LG, and Samsung were now displaying content in HDR10 with Dolby Digital 5.1 as opposed to the higher fidelity options they’d enjoyed previously. Amazon spokesperson Katie Barker confirms to The Verge that it’s a deliberate move: “Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos capabilities are only available on the ad free option, on relevant titles.”

While price hikes are no longer remotely unusual in the streaming video space, where Netflix now charges $22.99 a month for its 4K tier, it’s a

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