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Depending on your connection or settings, whether you can playback the content with DTS:X format, or how the front panel displays the audio format varies.
If DTS appears on the Sound Bar front panel display even when DTS:X content is being played, make sure to use these connection methods:
- The Sound Bar is connected to a Blu-ray Disc Player using an HDMI cable
- The Sound Bar is connected to a TV via the HDMI eARC port, using an HDMI cable
The following methods do not allow you to play DTS:X even when DTS:X content is playing from Blu-ray Disc Player:
- The Sound Bar is connected to a Blu-ray Disc Player using an optical digital cable
- The Sound Bar is connected to a TV HDMI ARC port) using HDMI cable
Summarised, you need an HDMI cable and an eARC HDMI port to successfully play DTS:X
Settings that display DTS even though the audio is decoded to DTS:X
The following settings display DTS on the front panel even if DTS:X content is playing. Regardless of what is shown on the display, the audio is decoded to DTS:X:
- Sound Mode is set to STANDARD or CINEMA
- Sound Mode is set to MUSIC, and Immersive Audio Enhancement is set to ON