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completely confused with DTS

Discussion in 'High resolution audio' started by Zachius, Jun 30, 2007.

  1. Zachius

    Zachius Member

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    Ok, to start with I have a Montego DDL soundcard with optical cable, and a Logitech z5500 speaker system that has dts hardware decoding, and I am running Windows Vista. Whenever listening to music or doing anything with audio the screen on the logitech thing says "Pro logic II". When I try to play a dvd in dts in media center, it won't let me select dts in the dvd menu, and once again I'm stuck with pro logic II. I have DDL 5.1 encoding set on the soundcard, because it doesnt want to stay on s/pdif 48khz when I try to set it to it.
    Please someone tell me where I am going wrong, I have searched many forums and it is only making me more confused.

    Thanks
     
  2. JVC

    JVC Active member

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    Your player MUST support DTS playback. I'm not familiar with Vista, and the Media Center, but I doubt that support for DD and DTS came as a standard feature.
    I never found a free one...... I ended up getting WinDVD. You can download the free trial here, to see if it works for you:
    http://www.intervideo.com/WinDVD/
    Good luck!
     
  3. wilkes

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    Media Player Classic will do the job.
    VLC will do the job.
     

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