Corrs In Blue DVD Audio

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by JerryLA, Jan 13, 2002.

  1. JerryLA

    JerryLA Stunt Coordinator

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    Does anyone have the Corrs on DVD Audio and if so are you having any problems with the disc? Maybe problem is not the right word. I see a list of features on the disc case, but when I place the disc in to play it starts automatically with no options. I mean, there is no choice for sound setup or no listing for a video that should be on the disc. The packaging also lists "enhanced stereo" as a feature. This is the first disc I've had that does not allow you to open a setup or menu feature. My player is a Denon DVM 3700. You guys have any ideas?

    Thanks,

    Jerry
     
  2. RicP

    RicP Screenwriter

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    Well....

    You don't have a DVD-Audio player. The special features are only accessible on a DVD-Audio player.

    You also cannot listen to any of the hi-resolution audio tracks. The most you can do is listen to the Dolby Digital mix.
     
  3. Paul James

    Paul James Stunt Coordinator

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    Yes that's right. You must have a DVD-Audio player to take full advantage of DVD-Audio. I have the DVD but as yet don't have a DVD-Audio player, so I am stuck to only the Dolby Digital version of the album. That said, the mix is pretty good. I won't be buying a DVD-Audio player until the studios get their act together and start releasing alot more titles. The current selection is poor to say the least.
     
  4. Robert McClanahan

    Robert McClanahan Stunt Coordinator

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    I have this disc and I have a DVD audio player.I like the ability to follow the lyrics as you listen,however it should do it automatically instead of manually having to push the button on the remote.
     
  5. JerryLA

    JerryLA Stunt Coordinator

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    Thanks for the information. Is there a lot of difference between the Hi res DVD Audio output and the Dolby Digital Mix? I'm quite impressed with what I have now... is there a major difference?

    Thanks

    Jerry
     
  6. Martin Fontaine

    Martin Fontaine Supporting Actor

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    For the video, the trick that works (For me) is to manually choose "Title 2" with the DVD Player, it's just in Stereo (At 448kbs) and looks good.
     

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