The market offers a variety of different audio formats, but only two tend to produce studio-quality performance: Dolby and DTS. Both specialize in lossless audio and reproduce the details featured in the original studio master tracks for better sound; though many favor DTS for its ability to provide a higher resolution surround-sound format on Blu-Ray discs and backwards compatibility with older DTS systems via decoder. Either way you can’t go wrong with the two.
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