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Does audio come in late on Dumbo trailers?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by rob kilbride, Nov 2, 2001.

  1. rob kilbride

    rob kilbride Supporting Actor

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    Does the audio come in late on the Dumbo trailers or do I have yet another problem with a Disney disc on my Sony?
     
  2. Matt Perkins

    Matt Perkins Stunt Coordinator

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    You know, you're describing a problem I have. With a LOT of DVDs I have, by the time an audio stream leaves the DVD player, gets noticed by the receiver, gets identified as a Dolby Digital stream, gets identified as a 5.1 stream, and triggers the amps/circuitry to output correctly to the speakers, 3-5 seconds have passed in silence. It bugs me. (Mine's a Sony non-ES receiver.)
    How about a little "leader" in front of your titles, please, DVD authors??
     
  3. Han

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    It's more like 0.5 to 1.5 seconds for me ever since I started using an HK 310 receiver as preamp instead of my old Yamaha 2095. I haven't tried Dumbo, but I doubt it's disc specific in my case.
     
  4. Rusty Ray

    Rusty Ray Second Unit

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    the same crap happens on some movies during the layer change.... very annoying..
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