Has anyone try this? is this real or conceptual?
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio can deliver up to 7.1 channels of sound that is virtually indistinguishable from the original soundtrack. It is DTS high definition audio to Dolby's Digital Plus.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio provides audio at high constant bit rates superior to standard DVDs to produce outstanding quality - reaching up to 6.0Mbps on Blu-ray discs and 3.0Mbs on HD-DVD.
It can carry up to 8 channels at 96kHz sampling frequency / 24-bit depth resolution, thereby providing high definition surround audio on content where disc space may not allow for DTS-HD Master Audio or Dolby TrueHD formats.
Like its high definition Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio bit stream also contains the DTS 1.5 Mbps core for compatibility with existing DTS-enabled home theater systems, and delivery of 5.1 channels of sound at twice the resolution found on most standard DVDs - thus representing an instant upgrade in sound quality.
Support for DTS-HD High Resolution Audio is optional in both HD DVD and Blu-ray formats.
Connectivity: DTS-HD High Resolution Audio requires an HDMI 1.1 or higher connection to a DTS-HD High Resolution Audio decoder, unless it is decoded by the player and output via the analog outputs.