What is DTS and its relationship with Dolby Digital?

Jun 24th, 2010 by dvdxplayer 723 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. DTS can only be on a DVD-video disc if accompanied by a Dolby Digital or LPCM track (for North America) or mpeg audio and LPCM (European Community) to ensure compatibility, because DVD players are only required to decode those standards in those regions.

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