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Posted by Amanda Hu | Last updated: October 12, 2019
If you love watching movies in the theaters like me, you can discover that there is always Dolby or DTS appearing in the Sound System Supplier list after the films. As good as Dolby, DTS makes sound multidimensional and 3D audio experience available to go, helping create a more natural and pleasant sound field in theaters. Now you can also play DTS 5.1/7.1DTS-HD/Dolby AC3, etc files on computer with the standalone DTS 5.1/7.1 player to enjoy your home theater.
Aiming at boosting overall audio volume and improving dialog clarity when playing movies videos songs, 5KPlayer is built to completely render the original effetc of the DTS 5.1/7.1 audio and give you the best video movie playback performance that you can see every detail of pictures with bright colors and sharp subtitles as well as hear things all around you in HD. Featuring DXVA2, QSV, AMD, NVIDIA Hardware Acceleration technology, it also handles HD & 4K UHD videos at ease.
Steps to play DTS with 5KPlayer: 1. Free download 5KPlayer, install and launch it; 2. Drag and drop your DTS audio file to it to play.
Actually, Windows Media Player, VLC, DivX Plus Player, etc and many media players with certain plugin support DTS. But they do not become the best ones as DTS requires a professional and excellent DTS player to render the most touching multi-surround sound at home just like in the theater. So, here are top 3 DTS players 2019 recommended for you to play DTS.
No. 1 5KPlayer – Free DTS/Dolby Player for macOS Catalina/Windows 
Without any third-party decoder or plugin, 5KPlayer can handle any DTS file well. No need to pay for a ticket, you can now watch movies or TV shows with vivid images and touching sounds at home just like in the theater. No matter you are Windows users or Mac lovers, you can use this DTS player to enjoy any file besides DTS music on computer:
Audio - DTS, Dolby, MP3, AAC, OGG, WAM, WMA, FLAC, ALAC, etc.
Video – MP4, MKV, FLV, WMV, MOV, ASF, SWF, DAV, MPEG, H264, DivX, Xvid, etc.
No. 2 MediaPlayerLite – Open-source DTS Player for Windows
MediaPlayerLite is a free and open-source DTS player based on Media Player Classic – Home Theater, which means it has all the features MPC-HC have so that you can not only use it to play DTS files, but also play other audio, video and image formats like WAV, WMV, WMA, JPEG, ASF, MP3, MP4, AVI, FLV, etc. With GPU assisted acceleration and enchancing, this free DTS player comes as a low-CPU occupying media player to smoothly play H.264 and VC-1 with hardly any CPU time required. Besides, it has a batch-conversion functionality for many files to be converted.
However, it is only designed to open DTS files on Windows XP, Vista & 7.
Preparations: Connect your receiver with built-in DTS decoder or home theater with a HDMI before playing DTS files.
Step 1 : Free Download the DTS 5.1 player by clicking the download button listed below to get the setup, install and run it on your Mac/PC.
Step 2: Load the DTS file. Choose the way you like most:
* Click "Video" on the main interface of 5KPlayer and choose the DTS/Dolby file you want to open.
* Drag'n drop the file directly to the interface of this DTS audio video player.
* Right-click the DTS/Dolby file you want to play and then choose 5KPlayer to open.
Step 3. Set DTS effect. Just righ-click the playing DTS video -> Audio -> Stereo Mode -> choose the sound effect you like.
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