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DTS Computer Solution?

Old 01-21-01, 01:59 AM
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Is there anyway to get DTS working from a computer that won't cost a small fortune? I'd been looking at the Creative DTT3500 speakers, which have Dolby 5.1 decoding, but no DTS support.

I havn't found any soundcards that support it either, so I'm really stuck.

Are there any software or hardware decoders out there that can support DTS... and if so, would these work with the DTT3500 speakers?

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Old 01-21-01, 09:40 AM
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Probopbly the least expensive meathod would be to use a six channel soundcard (like the SB Live 5.1) in combination with the DTS version of WinDVD.

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Old 01-25-01, 11:38 AM
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If you have a stereo reciever with DTS decoder, can you get true DTS sound by running a soundcard with audio out plugs (e.g., Turtle Beach Santa Cruz) through that reciever? Would you need additional software? Of course this would only be inexpensive if you already had a DTS reciever.
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