Thanks,I had seen this one but did not like it.I been doing some checking on my AV receiver (Onkyo HT-S780-AV receiver HT-R530 110 watts per ch WRAT wide range amplifier technology
Processing= Dolby digital EX and Pro Logic IIx / DTS,DTS-ES Matrix/Discrete,DTS Neo:6,and DTS 96/24
Linear PCM 192khz/24-bit D/A converters on all channels
Powerful and highly accurate 32 bit DSP Processing
Adjustable crossover 60,80,100,120,150 Hz
these are the specs,I can not decode True HDsurround but I can do DTS plus,I think?or DTS core something like that.
For now I am going analog from the pc to the multichannel hookups,which are only 5.1 channel FR,LRBack/C/Sub but there is a humming when turned up loud comming out of the sub,not real bad but when things are quite in the movie it can be heard.Ant suggestions on what to do?Could it be the video and speaker wires to close together?I also need a pci-express 1x sound card so that limits my selection unless I take out the phone/dsl pci card that came with the pc.I do not need it anyway,I have cable internet and will probably always will unless at&t comes up with a faster internet than cable and cheaper,doubt that,huh!Thanks everybody!
[quote=MysticEyes;2027417]Do you mean this one?
If so it will. When used in a surround sound system, the S/PDIF (digital) Out allows the digital audio data from a DVD movie disk or other surround-encoded digital audio source to [B]pass through[/B] to an external playback device with a Dolby Digital/DTS decoder. It’s the receiver’s Dolby/DTS decoder that splits the 2-channel audio data into 6 channels of surround sound audio (5.1) – NOT THE SOUNDCARD.[/quote]