DTS versions with the same (or more) extras than the DD versions

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  1. Martin Jeeves

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    I'm hoping to start collecting some DTS and DTS-ES software to go with my new amp, BUT I don't want to miss out on extras, supplements and video quality.

    Does anyone know of titles where the DTS disc has as many extras (if not more) then their DD counterpart?

    I've heard that the "so bad it's good" remake of "THE HAUNTING" is one of them? Correct?

    Any others?

    Your help is appreciated.
     
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    To quote Bubba:
    "That's about it". [​IMG]
     
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    Just look for titles that have both tracks. I know that there isn't thousands of them, but I myself have quite a few.

    Just search for DTS in any online store that has a seperate folder or section on the home page and look at all of the available titles.

    Have fun!
     
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    Jaws is another DVD with identical bonus content on both DD and DTS versions.
     
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    Galaxy Quest is another one.
     
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    The Haunting is so bad, it's bad. I find it surreal that people will often reccomend it for HT, yet it's a complete (well, 99.9%) piece of crap. If Plan 9 From Outer Space came out with DTS 6.1 ES audio that is the *perfect* DTS audio ever, I'm sure it would be reccomended just as much. For your own health...and your friends and family, please abstain from it. [​IMG]
    It's not really a dual sound release, but the 16x9 version of The Evil Dead has a great DTS-ES 6.1 track.
    Some audio is a tiny bit harsh, but the overall mix really haunts your soundsystem.
     

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