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All Pelkin Pure AV cables have DTS on them, why?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by pragmatic, Sep 28, 2005.

  1. pragmatic

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    If you've seen the Belkin pure AV cables in Dixons or anywhere else they have a DTS badge on them, this includes th Scart and simple phono cables I think things like S video also have this.

    How can they do this? surely DTS could only be put on its digial audio cables, HDMI or possibly a 6 phono set, otherwsie it is missleading.
     
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    The same reason that my Sennheiser headphones are digital compatible. Marketing BS. :)
     
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    The interesting part about that is that DTS would have to license the use of their trademark. Which kind of makes them responsible for the misinformation.
    A DTS S-Video lead? It doesn't even carry audio - oh dear :suicide:
     

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