Built in DTS decoder??

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by monkeyWRENCH, Jan 8, 2002.

  1. monkeyWRENCH

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    I just bought a Sony DVPNS700 player with a built-in DTS decoder. Does that mean I can get DTS sound without having to buy an amp?

    How do I connect a set of 5.1 speakers to my player to get DTS?
     
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    no, you'll still need an amp to amplify the signal to the speakers.
    with the decoder in the dvd player, it means u don't need an amp with a decoder.
    but most a/v amps now decode dolby digital and dts anyway, so this means the decoder in the dvd player is redundant, unless u have an older a/v amp that doesn't, but that does have 5.1 discrete input for an offboard decoder (i.e. using the one in the dvd).
     

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