Best Audio Codec/settings for DTS ?

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  1. Peterpack

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    I do have a receiver which decodes DTS and AC3 so i installed AC3 filter and set the config to use SPDIF

    Getting sounds through but the spoken word volume is very low. It's not a speaker setup issue because it's fine from other sources (my bluray player)

    What are the optimum codec and configs for



    MPEG/AC3 Audio decoder

    AAC Audio decoder

    Audio renderer ?

    thanks heaps
     
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    Could you provide some additional information.

    What type of receiver are you using? Are you connecting to the receiver via S/PDIF? Does your receiver use different speaker settings based on the source? Have you tried a different application for playback and does it sound the same? What type of audio card are you using?
     
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