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Labels for Surround Sound format


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Due to quantity of DVD's owned and space required for the cases, I recently transferred most of my collection into sleeves and wallets.

One thing I'd like to do is put a small label on these wallets now to show if the film is in DTS, DTS-ES, DD or DD-Ex. Primary reason is the amp won't switch between 5.1 and 6.1/7.1 sound formats automatically and I'd like to switch the rear centre speakers on / off accordingly before sitting down to the movie.

Won't be able to purchase such labels but I'm thinking if I can find a suitably small glossy style printable label, say 1" by 0.5", I can just print a small DTS-ES logo or Dolby Digital logo etc as appropriate. I've hunted office and label type sites but it's like finding a needle in a haystack not knowing the correct codes etc.

Anybody know or think of something suitable?

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