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How to Get DTS Sound In Windows 10

Digital Theater Sound (DTS) is a sound format that is used by many channels to provide stereo content to users. If the DTS is not working on your Windows 10 system. Then you need to check two things. First, you need to check the model of your system, and then you should check the internal speaker. This issue occurs on your device due to improper configuration of audio settings. In this article, we will show you how you can get DTS sound on your Windows 10 device.

Perform Audio Troubleshoot

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Right-tap on the “Start” button on your device.
  2. Select “Control panel.”
  3. Click the “View by” button that appears on the top corner on your screen.
  4. Select “dropdown arrow and then click “Large icons.”
  5. Click on “Troubleshooting.”
  6. Select the “View all” button that appears on the left side pane.
  7. Find “Playing Audio.”
  8. Click on “Playing Audio troubleshooter.”

If you cannot launch the Control Panel, then you need to do another troubleshoot to fix this issue. Update your network and audio driver for Windows 10manually, by uninstalling and reinstalling them from the official manufacturer’s website.

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Right-tap on the “Start.”
  2. Click “Device Manager.”
  3. Find “video, sound, and game controllers.”
  4. Select to enable it.
  5. Right-trap on the “Sound card.”
  6. Select “Uninstall.”
  7. Now download the latest audio driver.
  8. Now install the audio driver.

Install DTS sound

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Visit the manufacturer’s official website.
  2. Download the latest updated driver.
  3. Right-tap on the downloaded driver to install on your device.
  4. Click “properties.”
  5. Click on the “Compatibility” button.
  6. Select “Run this program in compatibility mode” button.
  7. Select “dropdown menu and then select the last version of the PC.
  8. Choose “OK.”
  9. Now install the DTS sound driver.

Use the Hardware and Device Troubleshooter

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Right-tap on the “Start” button.
  2. Click “Control Panel.”
  3. Visit the “View by” option that appears on the upper-top corner on your screen.
  4. Select the dropdown arrow and then click “Large icons.”
  5. Click on “Troubleshooting.”
  6. Select the “View all” button that appears on the left side of the pane.
  7. Select “Hardware and Device.”
  8. Press “next.”

After the above process, you need to restart your operating system and then check if the issue is resolved.

Install Windows Updates

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Visit “start.”
  2. In the search field, you need to type “Windows Updates.”
  3. Select Windows Update Settings in the search list.
  4. Select “Check for updates.”
  5. Now install the latest Windows Updates.
  6. Now restart your system.

Update the driver

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Right-tap on the start button.
  2. Click “Run.”
  3. In the search, fields type “msc.”
  4. Tap Enter.
  5. Click “Audio inputs and outputs” to enable it.
  6. Right-tap on the “High Definition Audio Device.”
  7. Click “Update Driver software.”

Use different audio formats

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Tap on the “Start.’ Button.
  2. In the search field type “sound.’
  3. Click “Sound Control Panel.”
  4. Select the “Playback” button.
  5. Right-tap on the “Default Device.”
  6. Click “Properties.”
  7. Select “Default Format” change settings in the “Advanced” tab.
  8. Now test the sound.

Disable Audio Enhancements

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Select “Start.”
  2. In the search field, you need to type “Sound.”
  3. Click “Sound Control Panel.”
  4. Select the “Playback” button.
  5. Right-tap on the “Default Device.”
  6. Click “Properties.”
  7. Click the “Disable all enhancements” option in the Enhancements tab
 

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