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EntertainmentThis Netflix Update Could Make Your Binge-Watch Even Better

10:30  05 may  2019
10:30  05 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

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This Netflix Update Could Improve Your Binge - Watch . This week, Netflix has rolled out an update designed to make its original series and licensed content "sound even better " on TV devices.

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This Netflix Update Could Make Your Binge-Watch Even Better© photographed by Erin Yamagata; produced by Sam Nodelman; modeled by Victoria Gomez. Refinery29

This week, Netflix has rolled out an update designed to make its original series and licensed content "sound even better" on TV devices.

The streaming service announced in a media release that it has introduced a new feature called "high-quality audio" which aims to bring studio-quality sound to subscribers' homes.

Netflix said that it decided to work on improving its sound quality in late-2017 after the creators of Stranger Things, the Duffer brothers, noticed that a car chase scene in the first episode didn't "sound as crisp [on TV] as it did on the mixing stage".

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Netflix worked hard to make “ binge - watching ” a trend, but now it seems to be backing away from the It’s clear that Netflix had been anticipating the backlash binge watching could possibly face for a Getting immersed in multiple episodes or even multiple seasons of a show over a few weeks is a

You can find updated ID lists here, here, and at Netflixcodes.me. You can also check via a PC or Mac. Netflix automatically plays the next episode of whatever you're watching , but if you don't like this Netflix ’s algorithms use both your viewing history and ratings to serve up the best suggestions.

After around 18 months of in-depth tech work, Netflix said in an announcement on Wednesday: "Today we’re excited to announce a new feature, high-quality audio, which takes our sound quality to another level.

"We gave it this straightforward name because it fits: high-quality audio delivers audio that sounds closer to what creators hear in the studio, so every little detail is captured for a richer, more intense experience."

Netflix also said it has made the new audio "adaptive" so it can react to the speed of your internet connection to deliver the best possible sound however fast or slow your WiFi is – good news if your flatmate is streaming or downloading in another room.

Though you'll only benefit from the sound update if you watch Netflix on a TV, you don't need a top-of-the-range set to enjoy it – the streaming service says high-quality audio will work on "all TV devices that support 5.1 or Dolby Atmos," which is just about every modern TV set.

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Another way to make that algorithm even more effective in picking out stuff that you like, is if you Netflix Roulette suggests a random movie or show to watch . If you’re craving a particular director but aren’t sure Websites like What’s On Netflix reveals hidden genres, and they update all the time.

With all the streaming goodness available, sometimes it’s hard to choose. Here’s our regularly updated list of the most binge -able shows on Netflix right In the era of streaming television, no single platform has offered an easier way to watch your favorite shows—including exclusive properties—than Netflix .

So, now you're fully up-to-speed with the latest Netflix update, it's time for the all-important question: which of the nine new treats that Netflix is premiering this weekend do you want to watch first?

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