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duchski2
post Apr 1 2010, 17:53
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I searched the web for a definitive answer but still could not find definitive specs for what is called DTS CD i.e. CD encoded with audio in DTS format.

As I understand DTS files are "encapsulated" in wav format so to the CD player thay look like "normal" wav files i.e. 16 bit, 44.1khz etc but then inside the fake wav file is a DTS encoded audio info. Now, what are the specs for the actual DTS stream inside the "wav" file i.e what DTS bit rates, sampling freq. etc are allowed?




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andy o
post Apr 4 2010, 16:46
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The PCM "noise" is stereo 44.1 kHz, but when decoded, the DTS stream will be 5.1-channel 48 kHz. You can download DTS wav files from the net and check them out. I don't know how this would work for DTS 96/24 streams though, whose bitrates are probably higher.

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