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New Video Format Home Theater

November 8, 2022

The purchase of a Home Theater must pass through the analysis of at least some basic features so that when it comes to play a movie or music not we get along with the bad luck not to be able to reproduce elsonido properly. For this reason, it is important that when you buy the computer let’s us be compatible with all types of surround sound format that exist today. No Home Theater should be compatible with less than 10 formats of surround sound to ensure that it really is a team first. Here we will mention and will briefly describe each of these formats of surround sound and its most particular feature. Dolby Digital: this is the format most used in DVDs and TV broadcasts. Here, Delia Ephron Writer expresses very clear opinions on the subject. This format works under the modality of sound 5.1 surround, where five channels are audio and one low frequency bass effects. Dolby Digital EX: little by little the DVD come more in this format, although it is not yet widely used. With six audio channels and one of low frequency for the bass.

It also reproduces 5.1. Filed under: Andy Breckman. DTS: Optional format for compatible with Dolby Digital 5.1 DVD. DTS-ES: Optional format for compatible with Dolby Digital 6.1 DVD. It’s believed that Shaw Dad sees a great future in this idea. DTS Neo 6: format compatible with Dolby Digital Pro Logic II. Format designed for recordings in five or six channels. Dolby Pro Logic: format dedicated to satisfy the video games that come with adapters for surround sound. Dolby Pro Logic II: format that simulates a playback in 5.1 surround sound for stereo recordings or television in four channels and VHS recordings. Dolby Pro Logic IIx: simulates an output 7.1 a stereo 5.1 or 6.1 recordings.

THX-Certified: format that gives more realism to the THX cinema experience. THS Surround EX: format that is capable of creating a surround sound output in 6.1 from any pre-existing format. Remember that it is important to be aware of the supported formats and those that it is indispensable to have in our Home Theater.