How Do I Enable DTS X Home Theater on Xbox Series X?

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Xbox Series X is the latest console from Microsoft and is packed with features to bring you the best gaming experience. One of the features that sets Xbox Series X apart from its predecessors is its support for DTS:X, a technology that enables immersive, three-dimensional sound. For those who want to turn their living room into a theater, DTS:X provides an incredible audio experience with surround sound and depth of field. So how do you enable DTS:X Home Theater on Xbox Series X?

The first step is to make sure you have an Xbox Series X and a compatible home theater system. The system will need to have speakers that are Dolby Atmos or DTS-enabled in order to get the full effect from DTS:X Home Theater. Once you have everything set up, you can enable DTS:X Home Theater on your Xbox Series X by going into Settings > General > Audio output and selecting Dolby Atmos or DTS-X as your audio output option.

Once you’ve enabled it, you can adjust the settings to get the most out of your setup. You can select different sound modes such as Movie, Music, Game or Night Mode, depending on what type of content you’re playing.

You can also adjust the volume levels for each speaker in order to get just the right balance between all of them. Additionally, there are options for adjusting bass and treble levels as well as setting sound presets.

To take advantage of all that DTS:X has to offer, make sure your content is encoded in either Dolby Atmos or DTS-X formats. You can find this information within the audio options on most Blu-ray discs and streaming services like Netflix or Hulu.


Enabling DTS:X Home Theater on Xbox Series X is easy and straightforward with just a few steps involved. All you need is a compatible home theater system with Dolby Atmos or DTS-enabled speakers and some content encoded in either Dolby Atmos or DTS-X formats. Once everything is set up, you can adjust settings like sound modes and volume levels to get an immersive audio experience with three-dimensional sound.