Enjoy Dolby Pro Logic II Surround on PC with DVD X Player

Aug 05th, 2011 by dvdxplayer 4,901 views |Comments Off

What is Dolby Pro Logic II?

Dolby Pro Logic II delivers convincing, natural, realistic surround sound, provides compelling 5 channel surround sound, and complements Dolby Digital 5.1 decoding.

In detail, Dolby Pro Logic II is developed to enjoy a surround listening experience from stereo content. It delivers five full-range channels (including two surround channels) which are derived from spatial cues that occur naturally in stereo recordings, soundtracks, and broadcasts. The result is a compelling yet entirely natural and realistic surround effect that is incorporated in virtually all home theater products, including audio/video receivers (AVRs) and home-theater-in-a-box (HTIB) systems.

When you have a DVD disc and want to use computer to watch the DVD movie and want to enjoy the Dolby Pro Logic II surround sound for enjoying the richer spatial effect, which DVD player software supports encoding with Dolby Pro Logic II surround? Are you still looking for DVD player software with Dolby Pro Logic II surround effect? Aviosoft, Inc. has developed powerful DVD player software named DVD X Player which supports Dolby Pro Logic II. After downloading the DVD player from the internet, then set up its .exe application and launch the program on your computer. When you insert your DVD disc into the computer DVD ROM drive, DVD X Player will auto removes any DVD protections like CSS, region code etc. and auto play the DVD movie. When watching the DVD movie you can enjoy a natural and realistic surround sound, can enjoy 5 channel surround sound, can enjoy Dolby digital 5.1 surround on your computer.

If you want more information about this DVD player software, you can refer to http://www.dvd-x-player.com/dvd-player/ . If you have any questions in playing your DVD discs on computer or DVD home player, you can refer to DVD Ghost which is especially designed for decrypting any DVD protections such as region code, CSS, UOP, ARccOS, RCE and so on.


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