DTS comes out of the theater and into your PC

Subject: General Tech | March 20, 2006 - 02:29 PM |
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A True Review examines the first DTS card for PC's, the HDA X-plosion 7.1 DTS.  DTS lets you encode any stereo source to 5.1 or 7.1, so even badly ripped MP3s will come out of your speakers in true surround.  Dolby Digital's successor has come.

"With DTS becoming nearly as common in home theatre receivers as Dolby Digital, it was only a

matter of time before the DTS equivalent of Dolby Digital Live became available in a sound card.

Well, that card is here. It is the HDA X-Plosion 7.1 DTS Connect — the world's first Dolby

Digital Live and DTS Connect certified sound card — and the subject of this review"


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