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Dts audio cd

I have a dts audio cd I'm playing from my dvd player optically hooked up to my denon avr-3806 surround receiver.
All I hear is hiss in dolby mode ?? and when I put the 3806 in dts mode I hear nothing.

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To play DTS audio on your computer, you need to install a filter decoder - AC3Filter. As an open source AC3 decoding filter, it is able to allow you to watch videos with AC3-encoded as well as DTS surround audios. Without it, the audio would not be played successfully. For more details, refer to: How to Play DTS Audio?

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As a home theater audio format, DTS (also referred to as DTS Digital Surround or DTS Core) is one of two (along with Dolby Digital 5.1) that got their start with the Laserdisc format, with both formats migrating to DVD upon that format's introduction.

You may get another DTS player on your computer so that you can play DTS audio easily. Leawo Blu-ray Player is actually can be used as a simple audio player that can play DTS audio in lossless quality.

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Kindly check digital settings on your dvdplayer. The output should be in digital domain. Are u using original dts audiocd or burn dts audiocd.

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