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Digital Surround

Discussion in 'Beginners, General Questions' started by Mir Hussain, Aug 20, 2003.

  1. Mir Hussain

    Mir Hussain New Member

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    Regard less its a DTS or DD
    it always says 3/2.
    What the hell that mean.
    Why 3 out 2
    Why the hell Full sound source or info

    BTW

    I have Ricer Reciver; Sony STR-DE 845 with Cool blue light.
     
  2. Michael Reuben

    Michael Reuben Well-Known Member

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    In the notation "3/2", the "3" refers to the number of front channels and the "2" refers to the number of rear channels.

    The more common version is "3/2.1", where the ".1" refers to the Low Frequency Effects ("LFE") channel.

    M.
     
  3. JamesCB

    JamesCB Well-Known Member

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    On a few movies, my Sony ES shows "3/2+1". I think the "+1" refers to a rear center.
     
  4. Jeremy Scott

    Jeremy Scott Well-Known Member

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    yeh, my sony reciever days DOLBY DIGITAL 3/2 when 5.1 is on.

    I wondered the same thing....

    Hey JamesCB, what part of buffalo r u from?
     

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