I have looked at the Pioneer JBL and Sonos and all 3 don't have DTS decoding.
Is there any that do?
I do have a 70le757u which I contacted Sharp and they said it will passthrough DD 5.1.
Arent all Blu rays made with DTS? How can it change the format from DTS to DD 5.1? Or are all Blu rays made with both formats?
Im so confused with this. I read that all blu rays only had DTS.
When I hook up my Vizio S4251w-B4 to my LG 55GA7900 TV through the optical port the Vizio soundbar lights up "DTS" and "Dolby Digital" Depending on what source is being fed to the TV (Xbox One, Blue ray, etc.). So some TVs do accept DTS and DD and output both as well.
~~Well I went to listen to the Sonos again and do some research in store. I looked at 30+ Blu ray movies and all had the DD 5.1 as well as the DTS formatting. I spoke to a guy and he said that DD 5.1 will come through the Optical as long as the TV is able to passthrough the signal. All of my worries have been laid to rest. The Sonos sounds fantastic. I listened to the Pioneer again as well, and my true thoughts are that the Pioneer sounds thin. I know the 2 are not in the same price point, but I am going to take the leap and go Sonos. Thanks to all who offered their personal insight and experiences.