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I’ve read a little about DTS:X, and in particular, its ability to increase the volume of the dialog without increasing the volume of the rest of the soundtrack.

My question is, would DTS:X be able to do this (or any of its other special features) with an older dvd? That is, would there be any audible difference using an expensive (at the moment) processor with DTS:X, compared to a similar processor without DTS:X?

Thank you for your help!

Dave
 

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Thanks Guys,

I suspected it couldn't do it's dialog magic on current dvd's. My inclination is not go pay the extra for a processor with DTS:X at this stage. That will save a conisderable amount of money. In a few years, if DTS:X is successful (which I hope it is), it will probably become standard on most processors.

It does seem pretty incredible, though.

Thanks again for your help,
Dave
 
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