Discussion in 'Xbox Forums' started by UnicronI, Mar 11, 2006.
Anyone had problems running DTS through a 360?
It doesnt support DTS as far as im aware. Just Dolby
C'mon folks anyone?
Dont know if itl be useful but thats what a search turned up
not in games, in DVD movies!
the Xbox 360 doesnt support DTS, if you check the menu it tells you either Dolby Surround or Dolby Digital!
The last Xbox never supported DTS either.
funny when i goto the orignal xbox's dashboard theri is an option fot DTS?
bah dual post
There isnt a DTS option on the 360 anyway.
xbox did support dts, the 360 doesn't.
Why, I don't know! :rolleyes?
I've only tried one DVD yet, Almost Famous.
The 360 played it in Dolby Digital to start with, but I was able to change to the DTS audio and my amp confirmed that it was recieving DTS.
I tried playing The Descent via DTS but all i got was crackling sound but it was fine in 5.1. My amp supports dts so dont know how you can play dts and I can't.
The Xbox and the 360 both definitely support DTS when it comes to DVD's. I've watched many DVD's on both consoles in DTS with no problems at all. It would be ridiculous for them not to support it as even the PS2 does. If you can't get DTS then there is something wrong with your setup.
I can't explain that one, but it definately does playback DTS. I just tried Kill Bill and that worked in DTS too.
Oddly, from what i can gather, it appears to be DTS tracks with high bitrates i.e passion of the christ, that cause a problem!
I have the 360 cnnected to my amp via optical lead and i have it on AUX output on my Dennon amp. What am I doing wrong? I thought ust connect yur 360 to amp via optical and in 360 menu change it to dolby digital as there is no dts option and it should work ok.
Are you talking about games or films? The xbox 360 does support dts on films and probably would on games if they made any. Think it might be an amp setting mate. How can you use a the aux amp input with a optical lead?
I feed optical into my Denon Amp, and have watched films in DTS before inc Passion of The Christ.
You have to change the Audio from either the DVD menu within the film or with the remote.
Only done it a few times as I only use my Denon for playing DVD's as the 360 IMO is *****!
I selected DTS on the main film menu then began film. The amp has 4 or 5 digital outputs DVD, DBS, AUX and something else can't remember.
I've found that out of around 15/20 titles that I've tested, only 2 haven't worked (the aforementioned The Descent and Fifth Element). Like UnicronI has said, it looks like the 360 has issues with DTS tracks in a higher bitrate. I also tried these both on my regular XBox and they worked fine.
fact,u r wrong
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