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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Sergio Martorel, Oct 3, 2003.
Do they have native English soundtracks with optional Portugese or Spanish subtitles? (in other words, if I had a region free player, could I watch them in English just like the R1 version only with DTS?)
Pretty much all US players are R1 onyl as there's less demand for importing in R1.
Are the DTS in asia same quality as the ones in R1? Or they are crappier quality-wise?
Crappier quality-wise, but still good.
check out this thread to know more about Brazilian cheap and rare anamorphic and/or DTS titles
Just to complete what Serio Martorel said about the DVD players being region free, most US DVD players (as a matter of fact, most players from all over the world) can be hacked to become region free. Some of them pretty easily, and some of them not so much. Pioneer players are among the the easiest ones, sometimes it doesnt' take more than a code typing on the remote control.
Hi all! I just bought the Spanish Edition of Lion King. Is the same as the Portuguese but spanish and with DTS!!! Best of all, is R1 too! I bought it at Toys r Us with an offer to pick any Disney DVD for $5.(Roger Rabbit). The DVD give you the option at the beginning for the language of the menus: English or Spanish. I think this is the same as the Platinum except for the spanish case insert.
So the DTS language track is in Espanol? Is there an english option for the DTS enhanced mix?
In the brazilian case, the portuguese language is 5.1, and all the other mixes are in english. The spanish one is the same thing: spanish language in 5.1, and english in DTS/5.1.
BTW, my friend from Spain, I´m DYING to get my grubby hands on the 3-disk set of MORTADELO Y FILEMÓN!!!!
The Lion King (Brz, NTSC) with DTS enhanced mix is both R1 and R4 compatible, just had that confirmed.
It can be ordered from:
The Lion King R4 (Brz) has the same THX certified transfer from R1.