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Abbey Road Studios adopt DTS:X

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Jul 8, 2014
Cygnus X - 1
I have all the CES demo discs that have basically all the one-off mixes of Atmos and DTS:X that exist and I can say that I like DTS:X as much as Atmos if not more a slight majority of the time.

Sometimes Atmos is better and sometimes DTS:X is better so that must mean the mixing plays a crucial role but as far as a sound delivery format DTS:X can hold it's own to Atmos.
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