After releasing its Sound Unbound spatial audio for headphones on Xbox One, DTS does exactly the same for home entertainment systems. The business has just released its Sound Unbound DTS:X home entertainment support on Xbox Someone to Xbox Insiders, following testing on the Alpha Ring. Which means it should arrived at all Xbox One users eventually, offering surround sound on home entertainment systems for both movies and gaming. DTS said that compatibility is planned for the Xbox Series X when it launches also.
As you likely know, DTS:X is really a rival to Dolby Atmos, offering an object-based method of surround sound. Therefore, sounds are linked to game elements, so you might hear enemies coming before you see them. Audio is transmitted from an Xbox One Blu-ray player or supported games to any HDMI-compatible AV receiver with built-in DTS:X decoding. DTS offers a version for headphones called Headphone:X.
Using DTS Headphone:X on Xbox One currently costs $20, as you must choose the DTS Sound Unbound app. That’s apt to be the case when DTS:X launches widely, however the beta version of Sound Unbound for DTS:X will undoubtedly be free for Insiders. If you’re in the scheduled program, you ought to be in a position to grab it now.