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DTS Neo:6 or Dolby Pro Logic II

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Timh, Apr 21, 2002.

  1. Timh

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    My next purchase will probably be a Denon AVR 2802, this amp offers both of the above sound formats for stereo sourced sound, Has anyone compared the two formats sound quality and steering, if so what did you think of them. Heres some specs from the Denon website.

    DTS Neo:6 Cinema and Neo:6 Music Surround Processing
    Featuring the newest DTS matrix processing technology, the DTS Neo:6 function provides up to 6.1 channel surround sound from conventional stereo sources, and can be used with virtually any 2 channel stereo source, analog or digital, such as CD, tape, FM, TV, stereo VCR, etc. Two modes are provided: Neo:6 Cinema is optimized for surround encoded stereo movie soundtracks, while Neo:6 Music mode is optimized for superior surround sound with stereo music sources. (AVC-A1SE / A11SR / AVR-3802 / 2802)


    Dolby Pro Logic II
    The Dolby's newly developed Pro Logic II decoder reproduces dynamic 5.1-channel surround sound from any 2-channel source: DVD, VHS and television broadcasts, radio, and CDs. Dolby Pro Logic II uses matrix decoding technology that has been
    dramatically improved over Pro Logic. With Pro Logic II, for instance, the Surround (Rear) channels are in stereo (only mono with Pro Logic) and playback covers the full frequency range (only up to 7 kHz with Pro Logic). These improvements let you enjoy a wide variety of 2-channel sources with the exciting effects of 5.1- channel surround sound. (AVC-A11SR/AVR-3802/2802/1802/1602/ADV-700)
     

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