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DTS Encoded .WAV Files

Discussion in 'High resolution audio' started by ivymike, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. ivymike

    ivymike Member

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    I just got done downloading some DTS encoded .wav files. I am wondering if renaming the file extension from .wav to .dts will work without any problems.....Or is there more to it than that?
     
  2. wilkes

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    More to it, my friend.
    These need to be played back through a DTS decoder, and can be played in Foobar 2000 with the DTS plugin as they are, or with the DTS-HD StreamPlayer too.
    You can also burn to an ordinary CD-Audio (the file is set up to look like a 16/44.1 stereo WAV file but is in fact a DTS multiplex) and output on any DVD player sending digitally to a suitable decoder, or decoding in the player.
     

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