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TrueHD is a [[lossless]] audio format employing the MLP technique. It features 8 channel support at 96kHz/24-bit with a maximum bitrate of 18 Mbps - most movies so far have only used 5 or 6 Mbps of the maximum allowed bandwidth. TrueHD is an optional audio standard for [[Blu-ray]], while it is mandatory for [[HD DVD]]. All HD DVD players must be able decode Dolby TrueHD to [[LPCM]] up to 2 channels as part of the mandatory specifications, although all current (as of December 2007) HD DVD players will decode up to 8 channels of LPCM through HDMI output.
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[[Image:Dolby_TrueHD_Logo.png|thumb|right|Dolby TrueHD Logo]]
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TrueHD is a [[lossless]] audio format employing the MLP technique. It features 8 channel support at 96kHz/24-bit with a maximum bitrate of 18 Mbps - most movies so far have only used 5 or 6 Mbps of the maximum allowed bandwidth. TrueHD is an optional audio standard for [[Blu-ray]], while it is mandatory for [[HD DVD]]. All HD DVD players must be able decode Dolby TrueHD to [[LPCM]] up to 2 channels as part of the mandatory specifications, although all current (as of December 2007) HD DVD players will decode up to 8 channels of LPCM through [[HDMI]] output.
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Current revision as of 04:07, 24 December 2007

Dolby TrueHD Logo

TrueHD is a lossless audio format employing the MLP technique. It features 8 channel support at 96kHz/24-bit with a maximum bitrate of 18 Mbps - most movies so far have only used 5 or 6 Mbps of the maximum allowed bandwidth. TrueHD is an optional audio standard for Blu-ray, while it is mandatory for HD DVD. All HD DVD players must be able decode Dolby TrueHD to LPCM up to 2 channels as part of the mandatory specifications, although all current (as of December 2007) HD DVD players will decode up to 8 channels of LPCM through HDMI output.