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Author:  admin [ 21 Jan 2021, 13:09 ]
Post subject:  Re: DTS CDs

I got them to play!

But it takes more space... probably because the DTS compression is expanded to 6ch WAVs.

Example: Sting ‎– Brand New Day - A Thousand Years

(A) Rip EAC
60MB
Foorbar => 2ch 16bit
VLC => DTS Audio 3F2M/LFE 32bit
OPPO => KO

(B) Foobar2000 Quick Convert wav-to-wav
180MB !!!
Foobar => 6ch 16bit
VLC => PCM S16 LE/3F2M/LFE 16bit
OPPO => OK

(C) DTS PARSER Rebuild
52.5MB
Foobar => Corrupt File
VLC => DTS Audio 3F2M/LFE 32bit
OPPO => KO

Julien

Author:  dilb [ 14 Nov 2021, 04:37 ]
Post subject:  Re: DTS CDs

Thanks Julien for the list. Very informative.

Author:  admin [ 15 Sep 2022, 06:54 ]
Post subject:  Re: DTS CDs

... and somehow I'm still buying old DTS CDs whenever I get a chance!

Steely Dan – Gaucho (5.1)
Eagles – Hell Freezes Over (5.1, different mix from the LD/DVD DTS releases)
James Horner – Titanic (5.1 20-bit but sound mostly from L/C/R)

Am I the only one?

Julien

Author:  jakeheke [ 15 Sep 2022, 07:05 ]
Post subject:  Re: DTS CDs

I also grabbed EAGLES Hell Freezes Over recently. Quite a nice mix

Author:  elahrairrah [ 15 Sep 2022, 15:08 ]
Post subject:  Re: DTS CDs

Got Sting - Brand New Day recently. Wanted to see how much different, if at all, the DTS surround is from the surround track on the DVD-Audio release.

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