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    #16
    Dolby and DTS HD,they all need licence fees,fat one.
    For Amlogic,it produced some specific chips with Dobly and DTS after paying.

    Without licence,most chips shall never passthrough HD audio codes.

    It's a money issue.

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      #17
      Originally posted by anteros View Post
      Dolby and DTS HD,they all need licence fees,fat one.
      For Amlogic,it produced some specific chips with Dobly and DTS after paying.

      Without licence,most chips shall never passthrough HD audio codes.

      It's a money issue.
      It's not that.

      You don't need licence to passthrough, only to decode.

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        #18
        The Brain.. is correct
        Most of my devices are doing passthrough
        ( box spdif --> 5.1 dolby/dts/thx --> Amp or soundbar) or ( USBdac --> headphone )

        And dolby and DTS are lic free ( if I remember correctly )
        Thats why the made new ones like Atmos

        Still.. if its a software issue...there should be a solution

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          #19
          Originally posted by The Brain View Post
          It's not that.

          You don't need licence to passthrough, only to decode.
          yes,you're right.

          Pass through should be working with Amplifiers' decoders.

          Decoding itself needs the chips certified by Dolby or DTS,as The Amlogic S802-H is the first certified SoC solution available to STB and OTT box manufacturers featuring DTS-HD decoding technology.

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            #20
            FWIW, the "-H" in the end of the AMLogic line chip model code/name/alias means "Dolby certified".

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