World Cup gets a DTS Advanced Surround Sound System

Now watch the game as if you're there!

DTS, Inc. is providing new sound for the 2010 FIFA World Cup

DTS, Inc. announced that they will be providing DTS surround sound technology for FIFA’s 2010 World Cup. If you can’t make your way to way to the game, you will definitely be hearing it as though you were. ESPN and other broadcasters will be providing soccer fans in the U.S. and Brazil with DTS Neutral Surround™. That allows the excitement of the game to reach fans in high quality 5.1 surround sound.

DTS, Inc. is a digital technology company dedicated to delivering the ultimate entertainment experience and a pioneer in multi-channel audio. You can find DTS technology in home theatre, car audio, PC/gaming console products, DVD players, TV’s, digital media players, set-top boxes and surround music software. You most likely have heard of DTS technology recently, seeing as it is a mandatory audio format in the Blu-ray Disc standard there as in every device capable of playing Blu-ray discs.

DTS surround sound technology will be an integral part of the broadcast productions at the 2010 World Cup,” says Geir Skaaden, VP, North American Licensing Operations, DTS, Inc. The FIFA 2010 World Cup will be broadcasted with this technology from beginning to end, June 11th to July 11th to be exact. DTS also plans to grow with the demand for high quality entertainment. As consumers continue to strive for the latest in audio and visual technology, they will continue to develop it. 

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