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Re-EQ

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Michael Were, Nov 30, 2006.

  1. Michael Were

    Michael Were Well-Known Member

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    After doing a quick search, I couldn't find a single thread on Re-EQ. Does anyone know of a definitive list of DVDs that require Re-EQ to be activated?

    Michael
     
  2. David Allen

    David Allen Well-Known Member

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    I don't believe there is such a list- that would require studios to advertise what they've done to the audio put on the DVD. Unless it's a new restoration/remix, they usually don't tip their hand to the consumer. If your playback sounds too bright, you might want to engage Re-Eq.
     
  3. Michael Were

    Michael Were Well-Known Member

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    One would think that THX would want to get the information on which disks out there benefit by their Re-EQ as a selling point for their "certification." I've been playing it by ear since 2000, so I guess I can continue doing so. Thanks for the reply David.

    Michael
     

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