This week it emerged that Virgin Media customers could soon be receiving the V6 set-top free of charge, Devialet partnered with the Royal Albert Hall to showcase the company's Phantom speakers and 4K Dolby Atmos films have started appearing on Sky's Q service.
Virgin Media subscribers could soon be getting a new black box in their front room.
Those who use the company's TV and broadband bundles will soon be able to upgrade their set-top box to the V6 model at no additional cost.
Eligible customers will be contacted in the coming weeks about how to obtain the V6 box.
Devialet has announced a partnership with the Royal Albert Hall that will see multiple Phantom speakers located around the venue.
The Phantoms will be used to broadcast performances in real-time outside the Hall, as well as benefit visitors to its restaurants, cafes and tours.
Devialet says the experience will be different to the Palais Garnier display in Paris, but will bear some similarities. A date for the installation has yet to be confirmed.
Several UHD movies on Sky's Q platform are now available with Atmos soundtrack.
Sky has previously broadcast Premier League games in Atmos, but now you can watch the likes of Ghost in the Shell, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back and Star Trek Beyond. However, out of the 103 films available, fewer than a dozen are available in Atmos.
You'll need a Sky Q 2TB box, a Sky Cinema subscription and, of course, a compatible home cinema kit to enjoy them.
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