DTS-HD Master Audio, previously known as DTS++, is a lossless audio codec created by Digital Theater System. DTS-HD Master Audio is an optional audio format for Blu-ray Disc format, but has steadily become the standard for Blu-ray lossless audio format. (from en.wikipedia.org). How to get DTS-HD Master Audio effect when playing Blu-ray discs on the computer? Read below to play DTS-HD Master Audio during Blu-ray playback.
To play a Blu-ray disc, you will need a Blu-ray drive and Blu-ray player software to work with it. iDeer Blu-ray player can help you play Blu-ray discs, folders and ISO file, as well as other video formats files. It can also play DTS-HD Master Audio by pass-through.
How to Play Blu-ray Disc with DTS-HD Master Audio effect on PC?
Step 1 Use an optical fiber cable to connect one interface to the audio output terminal, and the other end to the loudspeaker box through the digital optical port. Through normal playback format, the effect will present stereo on the loudspeaker box screen.
Step 2 Launch iDeer Blu-ray player and insert your Blu-ray disc to the Blu-ray drive. Blu-ray player will automatically load Blu-ray disc information from the source disc and play it.
Step 3 Click Preference from menu Tool , and select tab Audio, you will see option "Use S/PDIF when available". Check this box and click OK.
Then you can enjoy the best audio effect when play a Blu-ray disc on the computer. If you want to play DTS 5.1, you can refer to How to Play Blu-ray Disc with DTS5.1 effect on the Computer.
Note: 1. Please make sure your receiver has the ability to decode the audio through HDMI when playing DTS HD or DTS 7.1, since DTS HD output only support passthrough, which means to output the original file to your receiver by S/PDIF. If your receiver can not decode the audio, the audio can not play properly. While DTS 5.1 or Dolby Digital is fully supported, iDeer Blu-ray Player can decode it.
2. Please make sure the version of your HDMI port is 1.3 or above, which can get better output.
3. DOLBY TRUE HD is not supported for moment, sorry.