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Netflix introduces spatial audio to a lot more movies and shows

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The two new benefits are free and exclusive to those subscribed to Netflix’s premium tier membership, which costs $19.99 / month for 4K HDR and other perks. | Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Netflix is introducing two new benefits exclusively for its premium subscribers: rolling out support for spatial audio across the streaming platform’s top 700 titles and increasing the number of download devices from four to six. Announced via a press release, both new features are available globally today and come at no additional cost to premium-tier Netflix subscribers who pay $19.99 / month for 4K HDR and other perks.

Netflix first introduced the feature in July last year across a limited number of the platform’s original titles. Now, spatial audio will be available across 700 titles, including The Watcher, Wednesday, and Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, and will be added to new titles as they’re released, including You, Your Place…

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