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What is the difference between Dolby and Dts?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Aug 25, 2021

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Bobby Rickets

Bobby Rickets

Bobby Rickets
Bobby Rickets, Content Reviewer

Answered Jun 24, 2019

Movies are best enjoyed when it is connected to devices that can bring quality sound. Dolby and DTS are sound system devices that are used in movie theaters, and they are now being used in some homes to produce great sound when watching DVD movies. Dolby Digital and DTS (Digital Theatre System) are examples of the sound system, however, they differ in some ways. Dolby digital has been tested over time to have higher capacity than Digital Theatre System.

Movies are best enjoyed when it is connected to devices that can bring quality sound. Dolby and DTS
This advantage over DTS makes Dolby the best choice when trying to compress audio which will still maintain the quality of sound. Also, DTS has often been regarded as a better sound system, a statement that's currently generating a lot of arguments, because the quality of sound to be produced also depends on the type DVD and disk which are being used. However, Dolby digital has been tested to be a good fit for home theaters.

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