OK...I'm in need of an answer from all of you theater sound experts out there. I took my son to see Harry Potter this past Sunday at a Carmike Theater. According to the newspaper, it was being shown in two different theaters, one stating "DTS" and the other "Dolby. Well, having a home theater preference of DTS, I went up to one of the "ushers" and asked which showing was in DTS as that was the theater I wanted to see it in. A female manager overheard my question and stated "the Dolby Sound is superior to the DTS, and I've been in the business over 40 years so I should know". Well, again I stated my preference of DTS and went to that theater. So, my question is this: "Is this woman deaf or is there something different in a movie theater's quality of Dolby vs DTS that I'm unaware of?" How could the superior sound of DTS differ from a public vs a home theater???