Will DTS:X ever be able to compete with Dolby Atmos?

After 12 months in the market it seems that DTS:X is finally making its mark, but is it too late for the atmospheric audio standard?
 
After a shaky start, DTS:X is ready to take on Dolby Atmos
After a shaky start, DTS:X is ready to take on Dolby Atmos
Twelve months after DTS’ next-gen surround-sound format was announced, compatible discs and hardware are still scarce. We visit the company to find out how it plans to compete with Dolby.


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