A slight edge to the PCM track over DolbyTrueHD on DEPARTED

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  1. MarekM

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    4 scenes out of 20....very slight indeed [​IMG] [​IMG]


    ruff ruff [​IMG]
     
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    that's why I added "SLIGHT" to the title [​IMG]

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    I know I was just teasing...all in good fun. I remember in the theater all the gunshots took on a larger than life feel and impact. I imagine at home with a good sub these will sound rather real on both formats. Glad to read that both video transfers are grade A. [​IMG]
     
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    yes [​IMG] I know, you are good with TEASING [​IMG] and I am sure both will sound very nice....

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    FWIW, Amir over at AVS says that the TrueHD track may have had some processing done to it such as dialogue normalization.
     
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    Tim, thanks for posting the rest of the review on the soundtrack. Definitely changes the feel of the original posting.

    I think the differences are probably more related to the Dolby decoder, or the way the reciever handles PCM.
     

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