Does DTS still require/suggest a relative to a Dolby track to be 10db hotter? I thought I heard somewhere and was corroborated discs that featured both Dolby and DTS tracks but the latter was louder so folks assumed it was better.
Which has always been a bit of a concern for me on whether that actually reduces dynamic range or increases the likelihood of clipping or more peak limiting?
Thanks for any clarification you can provide FilmMixer.
As far as I understand if all is being equal the only thing that matters and dictates sound quality is the mix which is irrespective of the audio codec used.
MI4 I really enjoyed that mix, excellent balance in levels and great dynamic range.
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