DTS:X Multi Demension Audio

With DTS:X™, Sound Gets Real

In the real world, sound is all around us, moving freely in any direction. We are immersed in this natural, multi-dimensional sound experience as we go about our daily lives.

Simply put, DTS:X makes sound move around you like it would in real life - without requiring specific speakers or custom configurations. From the big screen to home theaters to the phone in your pocket, DTS:X makes sound real.

 

DTS:X is muiti-dimensional sound

DTS:X is the next generation audio codec from DTS that leverages object-based audio to enable new audio experiences in immersion and interactivity.

 

 

Technology Features

Immersive

DTS:X places sound where it would occur naturally in space, creating the most lifelike, multi-dimensional audio experience ever. Be prepared — this improved immersion and heightened realism makes horror movies scarier, comedies more laugh-out-loud, and car chase scenes even more intense.

Flexible

We made sound move, so your speakers don't have to. Because DTS:X doesn't require any specific speaker layout, you can arrange your home theatre system however you want.

Backwards Compatible

Your movie collection gets a new lease on life! Rest assured that our celebrated catalog of DTS-HD Master Audio soundtracks are best heard with DTS:X. Take your favorite Blu-ray, DVD or digital movie to new heights.

Interactive

You are in control of your listening experience. That hard-to-hear line in a movie can be improved at a touch — lift the dialogue out from the background sounds when you want clarity and experience a more personal entertainment experience.

Yamaha AV Receivers Support for
Various Speaker Layout for DTS:X Playback

Yamaha provides multiple placement patterns for presence speakers (Front/Rear Height, Overhead).
If it is difficult to place ceiling speakers, you can place speakers in a more practical Front/Rear Height position. Any layout can work not only for DTS:X playback but also for CINEMA DSP processing.

Front/Rear Height

Overhead

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