DTS to Show First Public Demonstration of DTS-HD Master Audio via PC at Computex
DTS announced that it will hold the first public demonstrations of DTS-HD Master Audio via a PC source during this year’s Computex in Taipei, June 5-9, 2007. The company will be showcasing its high-definition surround audio technology for the next generation optical disc formats utilizing a high-end desktop PC with a Blu-ray drive featuring DTS-HD Master Audio at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Taipei, Taiwan.
Part of the Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD technical specifications, DTS-HD Master Audio delivers up to 7.1-channels of surround audio that is bit-for-bit identical to the studio master. With the introduction of the next generation formats, the PC industry is now integrating high definition technologies into desktop and laptop PCs for consumers.
Throughout the show, DTS will also showcasing DTS Connect, which was designed to enhance the entertainment value of the PC platform. A DTS Connect-enabled PC provides two audio benefits to the consumer: DTS Interactive and Neo:PC for both multi-channel and stereo content. Taking full advantage of the maximum data throughput of the digital interface, DTS Interactive provides a single cable connection via S/PDIF digital audio output to a DTS-enabled surround sound system by encoding all audio into a DTS-compatible bitstream at 1.5Mbps. Neo:PC, based upon DTS’ Neo:6 matrix surround technology, tranforms any stereo content such as MP3, WMA or CD audio, into as many as 7.1 channels of surround sound via analog outputs.
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