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Chapter 10. Using Your System > Selecting the Right Audio Format

Selecting the Right Audio Format

To obtain peak performance out of your audio system, you must have the correct audio format selected. Your receiver tries to help you by storing the last sound field you selected for each input, so you need to make sure you have the correct sound field selected for each input. A DVD movie is much more impressive and realistic when played back in Dolby Digital or DTS than in two-channel stereo sound.

You want to pick the top audio format that the signal presents. For example, I’ve mentioned that Dolby Digital and DTS are the best audio formats available, and should be chosen (when available). However, when these aren’t available, you need to select another sound format, such as Dolby Pro Logic II.


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