Pro Logic IIX

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  1. Alexander Kuch

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    I was wondering if anyone would give me a crash course on Dolby ProLogic IIx. I would like to know what you need, besides the receiver that decodes it of course, what it does, and if you can get away with only two stereo receivers.

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  2. gene c

    gene c Producer

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    Where ProLogicII made 5 channels out of 2 (stereo), ProLogicIIx adds a 6th or 7th channel depending on the number of amp channels and speakers you have. I'm not sure if, when using 2 SB speakers (7.1) if the signals are the same or if they are matrixed. The sources I'm reading are not clear on this. But IIx is simular to DTS Neo:6 which is 6.1 only. ??? Did you mean speakers? If so then no. You need 6 or 7.
     
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    Try this link for everything you ever wanted to know about DPL2X.
     
  4. David Judah

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    They are matrixed, and while not discrete, they do each contain unique information.

    DJ
     

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