Reply To: New product launch – beosound theatre?

#13273
Mr10Percent
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    Quick reading, interpretation and summary (I think?)

    1. Dolby-Atmos requires minimum 2 height channels, DTS-X does not.
    2. DTS-X can fine-tune voice signals, Atmos cannot.
    3. DTS-X and Atmos have DTS, DTS-HD and DTS-TrueHD as back-compatible formats because they are not new codecs but extensions to the DTS-TrueHD codec.

    The way I interpret the points above is when the Source detects a compatible receiver, all good. If however, a DTS-X file is played to a non-Atmos receiver (or visa-versa), it will downmix to 5.1 or 7.1 DTS-TrueHD.

    Thus, going back to Hutsefruts post #13221, there is something wrong I suggest? A DTS file should be downmixed in the Theatre as 5.1 or 7.1 (TrueImage??)