I wanna return this disk - think I can get away with it?

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Chuck Bogie, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. Chuck Bogie

    Chuck Bogie Second Unit

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    Okay - this week I bought the new Who DVD - Roger & Pete, Ringo's kid, and someone else...

    Anywho, stuck it in the player, hit the 5.1 button, and lemme tell you that this is the most Bobawful mess of a sound mix that I've EVER heard.

    I'm guessing that they decided to also produce a DVD audio or SACD at the same time, and someone figured they'd just use the 5.1 from there on the DVD. Why am I guessing that?

    Daltry's voice is coming from the REAR speaker. Can't watch the dang thing in 5.1. It just makes me twitch.
     
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    Return it on the grounds that it's defective (which in truth it apparently is). Get your money back, or at least store credit.
     
  3. Aaron Silverman

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    Clearly you've never listened to Iron Maiden's "Raising Hell" disc! [​IMG] (Which, incidentally, also has a perfectly fine 2.0 mix.)
     

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