The problem stems from the fact that in Theatrical Presentations, Laserdiscs, and DVD; DTS was actually always better than Dolby.
So naturally everyone now thinks DTS still must be better because it's got DTS in it's name.
I should know, I was a huge DTS advocate in the DVD era, but now what DTS was known for being "the best" at is no longer relevant to Lossless movie soundtracks.
As a codec DTS HD-Master Audio is the worst at delivering an unzipped lossless file. DD TrueHD for whatever reason does't rock the boat with their encoding schemes. They based it on MLP which essentially got it's kinks hammered out with DVD-A.
I'm not "against" any codec. Both Lossless methods deliver the same quality. Just one is really unreliable and potentially damaging to equipment. For the user, efficiancy has no meaning, reliability is all that matters- and on that front DTS is now a relic of the past.
One might say it is a *dinosaur.
* as in Jurassic Park
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