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[[Image:DTS-HD_High_Resolution_Audio_Logo.png|thumb|right|DTS-HD High Resolution Audio Logo]]
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DTS-HD HR is the DTS's answer to [[DD+]]. It is also a lossy format that supports up to 7.1 channels of audio at 96 kHz witgh 24-bit depth. Up to 6 Mbps streams are supported as well. DTS-HD HR support is optional on both Blu-ray and [[HD DVD]] players.
DTS-HD HR is the DTS's answer to [[DD+]]. It is also a lossy format that supports up to 7.1 channels of audio at 96 kHz witgh 24-bit depth. Up to 6 Mbps streams are supported as well. DTS-HD HR support is optional on both Blu-ray and [[HD DVD]] players.
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Current revision as of 04:20, 24 December 2007

DTS-HD High Resolution Audio Logo

DTS-HD HR is the DTS's answer to DD+. It is also a lossy format that supports up to 7.1 channels of audio at 96 kHz witgh 24-bit depth. Up to 6 Mbps streams are supported as well. DTS-HD HR support is optional on both Blu-ray and HD DVD players.