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No output of hd audio

When i play my sony playstation 3,blu- ray discs with dolby digital,dolby true hd,and dts hd master,are not being encoded ,screen says mulit channel in. muts be in the settings,what settingsdo i need to change,ore set up to receive the new hd audio

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Change audio settings on PS3 to PCM not bitstream

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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But when you choose a compressed, encoded format such as Dolby or DTS the channel devidance is already mixed for you for optimal theatre experience.

When you choose DTS or Dolby in the menu of your Blu-ray Disc it will originally output a raw PCM audio stream. The decoder knows how to decode the DTS data out of it when you use the DTS audio track from the movie. The same goes for Dolby. Some movies can output pure PCM, but then most sets use ProLogic II to devide it over the speakers.
It's kinda hard to explain how it works, bottom line is.. there's nothing wrong.

I hope it makes sense to you and your question is answered.

Greetings,

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