Error in DTS-ES track of Terminator 2:UE at 131min20sec?

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  1. Garry I

    Garry I Stunt Coordinator

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    Does anybody else notice a sound dropout at the 131min20second mark on the DTS-ES matrix soundtrack of T2:UE. I was watching the theatrical version. It is not present on The Dolby EX track. I didn't notice any review sites mentioning this problem. I wonder if they actually watch the full feature? Or is it my receiver?
     
  2. Clinton McClure

    Clinton McClure Casual Enthusiast

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    No problem with mine.
     
  3. Jesse Skeen

    Jesse Skeen Producer

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    I've only watched this in Dolby (since it's on audio Track 1, I played it with that first), and it dropped out for a second near the end when the branching sections came up on the theatrical and "hidden" versions. I'll watch them in DTS next time (and pro-logic after that).
     
  4. todd stone

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    no problems here
     
  5. Keith_R

    Keith_R Screenwriter

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    The audio drops out on DTS in three parts of my copy, it doesn't drop out in DD though. I don't know the times though.
     
  6. Luis A

    Luis A Second Unit

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    A buddy of mine had the same problem in DD and DTS on his Denon DVD-1500. It's most likely the player.[​IMG]
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  7. Walt O

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    It has something to do with certain dvd players and receivers. I had some problems with one player, but it's perfect with another. The last combination I checked was a Pioneer dvd player with a Pioneer receiver (both cheap), it worked perfectly. I seem to remember reading quite a few posts about Denon receivers having the problem back when the disc came out, but even the Piotrash receiver does it with the wrong dvd player. I feel your pain, it's really annoying if your equipment does it.
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  8. Jeff

    Jeff Supporting Actor

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    Yes this was heavily discussed when it first came out. Most of the problem DVD players were Toshibas. It had to do with the seemless branching with DTS, I believe.

    Jeff
     
  9. Dave H

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    No DTS problems on Panasonic RV80 DVD player and Yamaha HTR-5240 receiver.
     
  10. Sergio Martorelli

    Sergio Martorelli Auditioning

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    On my Pioneer: perfect.

    On my Toshiba: an audible drop on the DTS track.
     

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