It’s been a while since I’ve posted a review, but here are my thoughts on a pair.
A bit more detail than I typically put into reviews, but this was my first foray into the HDMI extension market.
The reason I’m doing this is because I was curious about which speakers I could find in the market at that time and wanted to see what would come out of the deal.
There were three options available for me: a pair that had no ports, a pair with ports, and a pair without ports.
With no ports it was the first of the three.
I was initially disappointed by the lack of ports, but it was a bit of a gamble for me, given that most of the speaker cables that I used to own had a USB 3.0 port that was included with the cable.
For those of you who have an extension cable that only has USB 3, you should definitely buy one of those.
In this case, the reason for not using USB 3 was because I wanted to use the speaker for home theater, but if I was going to go with USB 3 for audio it would be best for my home theater setup.
So what did I do?
I ended up with this pair of DTS-HDMI speakers, the original Dolby Atmos speakers and a USB extension cable.
The Dolby A/V-out was not included with this product, but I still wanted to be able to use my headphones to listen to the surround sound.
The original DTS sound is an excellent experience for surround sound, but for the price of these speakers, I wasn’t going to want to sacrifice the sound quality of my headphones.
I also liked the fact that I could connect my HDHomeRun audio interface to the speakers to give me access to the DTS audio source.
As far as audio quality goes, the speakers sound great.
At 1080p, the audio quality is not amazing, but the surround audio is.
At 24/192, the sound is great.
And at 24/160, the bass is strong.
All three of these are fantastic, and I would recommend getting these speakers if you want to take your home theater experience to the next level.
In addition to being a great sound quality upgrade, these speakers also come with a number of features that make them an attractive purchase for any home theater or entertainment setup.
First, the A/Vs can be connected to your home network via HDMI, so if you have your home router connected to the Internet, you can access all your connected devices and content from your home computer.
This feature is especially useful for those who are connected to their PC through a network, because they can connect their DTS speakers directly to their home network without needing to open up a firewall.
Another feature that makes these speakers an attractive buy is the built-in speakers.
The speakers use the same drivers as the Dolby speakers, but they have a higher quality amplifier that produces a more detailed sound.
This allows for an improved sound quality over the DMS-HD audio output.
Lastly, there is a dedicated Dolby Home app for iOS and Android.
This app will connect your DTS and DTS Pro speakers to your connected home network.
This is handy if you don’t want to spend $100 or more on a Dolby audio system, and you want the ability to use your DVR or other media player on your phone.
It’s also great if you are an audio geek and don’t mind the hassle of connecting the speakers.
While the Dolfos and DMS speakers are great, I was not a fan of the Dolc-based DTS Dolby surround sound system.
It sounded horrible in my home, and was not compatible with the most recent generation of DVRs and other media players.
While these DTS models are great for home theaters and entertainment, they do not compare to the quality of the surround speakers in the DTH-P5 and DTH Pro line-ups, and the DTC-X.
For the price, I thought these speakers would not be a great fit in my setup.
That is not the case.
The DTS HD speakers and Dolc surround sound systems are great speakers for the money.
They sound great in my room, and when paired with the DTR-X DTH speakers, they sound fantastic in my living room.
I recommend these speakers for anyone who wants a solid sound system, but who also wants to connect their TV to their DVR.