DTS, or digital theater sound, is a form of surround sound that uses multiple channels to give the user the benefit of multi-channel and stereo content.
The DTS format uses a digital interface that maximizes the data throughput to enable DTS to provide digital audio SPDIF connections in an active sound system and convert stereo content to 7.1 channel audio.
If you have a problem with DTS Audio not working on Windows 10, here are a few things to keep in mind or check before trying to fix it.
- Check the makeup and model of your computer
- Check if the problem with the internal speakers affects the external speaker
- This is an incorrect audio configuration, or the audio settings may be due to a DTS audio problem.
We understand the inconvenience caused by audio trouble, so we can share possible solutions that can help you restore DTS audio to a Windows 10 device or computer.
Solution 1: Run the audio troubleshooter to fix DTS audio problem
Follow these steps to accomplish this:
- Right-click on Start
- Select control panel
- Go to the view option in the upper right corner
- Click on the down arrow and select Large Icons.
- Click Troubleshoot
- Click View All in the left pane.
- Find Play Audio
- Run audio playback turboshooting (Opens a popup window – follow the instructions)