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No DTS from WAV

Hi,

I just installed this card and  have problems playing back dts-files in .wav-Format.
Playback from DVDs works perfectly, both AC3 and DTS.
I got Win XP Pro here, and I tried many hints written in this forum,
played with graphedit, installed dtswavsource, etc.
but I only get white noise playing back the files, with either player
(winamp, mpc, wmp, bsplayer, zoom player, windvd.
The settings on all players are, as far as I know, correct,
which means I activated spdif-passthrough wherever possible.

Any hints on this problem?
Anything is appreciated!
Thanks in advance for your answer.

Koxx

No DTS from WAV

Reply #1
Are you using an ASIO plugin for Winamp? Make sure you have the equalizer (and any EQs on your soundcard) off.

No DTS from WAV

Reply #2
Hi, thanks for your reply!
Yes, I tried it with ASIO, too.
I used the ASIO4ALL Program
and the ASIO Output plugin from: http://www3.cypress.ne.jp/otachan/
Any EQ is turned off, but still noise 

Any other idea?

Koxx

No DTS from WAV

Reply #3
If you are trying to send 44.1 kHz DTS output through S/PDIF to an external decoder it is not going to work because your soundcard resamples the signal to 48 kHz. A DTS wave file is usually 44.1 kHz. DD and DTS audio tracks on standard DVD-Video discs are 48 kHz.

An Envy24 chip based card could do that, for example Terratec Aureon Space.

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No DTS from WAV

Reply #4
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If you are trying to send 44.1 kHz DTS output through S/PDIF to an external decoder it is not going to work because your soundcard resamples the signal to 48 kHz. A DTS wave file is usually 44.1 kHz. DD and DTS audio tracks on standard DVD-Video discs are 48 kHz.

An Envy24 chip based card could do that, for example Terratec Aureon Space.

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According to this thread
[a href="http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=3982&hl=]http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....wtopic=3982&hl=[/url]
it's possible with the XFire 1024.

Sadly I cannot reach Mr. S_O.

Koxx

No DTS from WAV

Reply #5
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According to this thread
http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....wtopic=3982&hl=
it's possible with the XFire 1024.

Sadly I cannot reach Mr. S_O.[{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]

I read quickly through that thread and I think S_O explained that he converted the 44.1 kHz source files to 48 kHz.

Terratec says this:
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External connectors.

Digital-Out, optical, 48kHz (TOS link) 
2 x Line-Out, stereo (3,5 mm) 
Line-In, stereo (3,5 mm) 
Mic In, mono (3,3mm) 
MIDI/Joystick Interface (IBM 15 pin Sub-D)
 

Onboard connectors.

Digital-In, 32, 44.1 and 48kHz 
2 x CD audio In, stereo (MPC3)
Aux In, stereo (MPC3) 
Wavetable connector (WaveBlaster pin compatible)
From: [a href="http://supporten.terratec.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=Sections&file=index&req=viewarticle&artid=6]http://supporten.terratec.net/modules.php?...article&artid=6[/url]


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No DTS from WAV

Reply #6
You can play flawlessy DTS or DTS/Wav files with the method shown here

 
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