DTS-HD Master Audio 24-bits/96Kz vs Dolby True HD 24-bits/96kz

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  1. Dobson

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    Hi,
    Should there be a difference when comparing (listening) to both?
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    If you can find one item, of anything, with both...

    Sure.
     
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    "Pure Audio" has Blu-ray audio releases that include both. I have a Rolling Stones "GRRR" and Bob Marleys "Legend".
    These are in stereo. There is also a PCM option as well.
    Between the DTS and Dolby I can't hear that much difference.
     
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    Now that you've cleared up your talking about Pure Audio...Every review of Grrr I've seen says there is no difference between the three lossless tracks.Legend, nobody has done a listening test.But, like I've regurgitated numerous times before...The core audio of Dolby True HD is MLP.where did MLP exist before?DVD-A.DVD-A=Dolby True HD
     
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    Oh yeah, there are 2 important advances from DVD-A MLP and DT-HD MLP.1. 18 mbps vs 10.2. 14 possible channels over 6.
     
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    DTS-HD High Resolution Audio can be used as the sole audio codec, ensuring highest audio quality for HDMI enabled devices and backwards compatibility with legacy devices at up to 1509 kbps.
     

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