The Matrix COllection hits HD DVD MAy 22!!

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  1. MarekM

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    Hi there Tim,

    is there anywhere any confirmation about DoblyTrueHD tracks ?

    If there will not be lossless track, I will not buy it [​IMG] yup...

    Marek
     
  2. EricW

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    if the side 1's of the trilogy set are the same as the side 1's of the ultimate set, at least we are getting the trailers of the movies on the smaller set. maybe we may even finally get a widescreen version of the matrix 1 trailer (thought these all seem to be ports so i doubt it)
     
  3. Tim Glover

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    Hey Marek,

    Well. I may have jumped the gun...I assumed it would be. But surely, this would be in True HD? Guess we'll have to wait for an official word on that. [​IMG]

    Glad you agree with me John. And I think the msrp is $99 for the one I want...which my guess will go for $65-70 street? I'll be sure and keep you updated on the price so you can get yours. [​IMG]
     
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    Well I guess I will be picking up The Matrix Trilogy in Dolby True HD. Dam I hope on of the local retailers has it on sale. [​IMG] $99 [​IMG]

    I still might pick up the Blu-ray instead of HD-DVD only if the Blu-ray has DTS-HD Master Audio. Otherwise it will be HD-DVD so ether way I will end up with a really good looking HD transfer of the Matrix flixs.
     
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    That's MSRP. Since there are going to be two versions available, the 3 disc set will probably be discounted more than the 5 disc set. I'm hoping for something along the lines of the Mission Impossible box set. It had the same MSRP and I was able to pick it up from Amazon for $50.38 after the extra 10% off.
     
  7. Tim Glover

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    Dave, I wouldn't hold my breath for a DTS track from Warner.

    Thanks for sharing the True HD info Scott! [​IMG]
     
  8. Shane Martin

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    Since Warner doesn't support it(so far) and isn't a DTS fan, then I'd definitely NOT count on it.

    When it's lossless we don't need no stinking format war. It's all true to the source!
     
  9. Dave Moritz

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    Since WB did it for Lethal Weapon on SD-DVD and I think a few other titles. Maybe they will do it for The Matrix on Blu-ray? But you both are probly right they most likely will not put DTS-HD on Blu-ray. We are more likely to see PCM than DTS-HD.
     
  10. Dave H

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    The way Warner has been with Blu-ray audio, don' be surprised if it only has a 5.1 Dolby Digital track when it's released on BD (many examples of this today, including Superman Returns).
     
  11. Shane Martin

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    Warner did that only as a test to appease some people. They were never serious about DTS.

    Dave is right though. Don't be surprised to see Dolby 5.1 on the BR versions.
     

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