DTS (Digital Theater Systems) is a popular audio format used for surround sound in movies, home theaters, and gaming. DTS audio can provide up to 7.1 channels of high-quality audio with sampling rates up to 96 kHz and bitrates up to 24-bit depth. DTS audio is often used in DVD and Blu-ray discs, as well as in some streaming services, video games, and other media applications. DTS audio uses lossy compression to reduce the size of the audio data while maintaining high audio quality. DTS audio is similar to Dolby Digital audio, another popular audio format for surround sound. DTS audio files can be stored in various file formats, such as WAV, MP4, MKV, and others, depending on the application. DTS audio requires a compatible audio decoder to play back the audio properly, and there are various media players and software that support DTS audio playback. One notable feature of DTS audio is its ability to provide high-quality audio even in low-bandwidth situations. This makes it a popular choice for streaming services and online media, where bandwidth limitations can affect audio quality.