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MKV's with DTS at a B7000?

Is there a way to playback via USB a MKV with DTS sound at this LED TV?
I'm outputting the sound via a optical cable to a 5.1 receiver.


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MKV's with DTS at a B7000?

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Unfortunately, DTS isn't a supported streaming format.


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You need to convert the DTS stream to AC3 in order to play the mkv file on your TV.

There's a lot of tools that can do it very quickly and with no re-rendering of the movie.

I would recommend: Popcorn MKV AudioConverter

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testing the conversion

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You know I tried PopCorn MKV audioConverter 1.80.2. But after conversion the sound is not that good.....I believe is not play 5.1 just 2.1 and is sounds a little metallic or not clear.

I'm useing the DTS tab conversion with a bitrate of 640kbit/sek and the default DTS Decoder libary adjusting the volume to maximize across all channnels.

The source file sound was:
DTS @ 1510 kbps

Could be the problem tha I'm ouputting 640 fronm 1510 ?

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