Tag Archives: DTS

What is DTS and its relationship with Dolby Digital?

Jun 24th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,757 views |Comments Off

DTS is s product of DTS, Inc., it stands for Digital Theater Systems Digital Sound. DTS is a multichannel audio compression format similar to Dolby Digital used in DVD-video discs, DVD-audio, 5.1 channel audio CDs, and some movie theaters.
DTS differs from Dolby Digital in that it generally uses higher data rates and many have the opinion that DTS is better quality. Read More »

Does DVD player in computer support AC-3 or DTS?

May 04th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,585 views |Comments Off

Amp and speakers for computers and DVD player software decoding demands to Dobly AC-3 or Dobly ProLogic nature, and few see the dts decoding Amp, probably not much dts movies.

What is DVD’s two audio formats AC-3 and DTS?

Apr 30th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,476 views |Comments Off

Dolby Digital AC-3 surround sound system provided by five full-range channels plus a subwoofer channel is formed, it is called 5.1-channel, five channel, including front of “the left channel,” ” mid-channel “,” right track “, the rear of the” Left surround channel “and” right surround channels. ” The sixth channel is the subwoofer channel contains some extra bass of information, making some scenes, such as explosion, crash, etc. better. (DVD to 3GP Converter) Read More »

Dolby Digital, Dolby Surround, Dolby Pro Logic, DTS stuff in plain English?

Jan 01st, 2010by dvdxplayer 4,655 views |1 Comments

Almost every DVD contains audio in the Dolby Digital (AC-3) format. DTS is an optional audio format that can be added to a disc in addition to Dolby Digital audio. Dolby Digital and DTS can store mono, stereo, and multichannel audio (usually 5.1 channels). Read More »

What’s the deal with DTS and DVD?

Dec 13th, 2009by dvdxplayer 2,581 views |Comments Off

Digital Theater Systems Digital Surround is an audio encoding format similar to Dolby Digital. It requires a decoder, either in the player or in an external receiver. Some people claim that, because of its lower compression level, DTS sounds better than Dolby Digital. Others claim there is no meaningfully perceptible difference, especially at the typical data rate of 768 kbps Read More »