Schoolhouse Rock problem...

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Lynn Johnson, Aug 29, 2002.

  1. Lynn Johnson

    Lynn Johnson Stunt Coordinator

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    Hey there everyone,

    I can't figure it out, so I've gotta ask for help now. I just picked up Schoolhouse Rock at Costco for $17.49, and even though in the audio setup it asks if I'd like DTS 5.1 or DD 5.1, my Denon 1802 with Denon 1600dvd-a can only output Pro-logic II, what gives? Any ideas? Anyone else have the same problem?
     
  2. Jeremy Allin

    Jeremy Allin Supporting Actor

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    Only one song, "I'm Gonna Send Your Vote To College" is mixed in DD5.1 and DTS 5.1 (this is what the setup menu is for). The rest are mono I believe.
     
  3. Lynn Johnson

    Lynn Johnson Stunt Coordinator

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    That makes sense, seeing as how they are so old, but it is just a bit misleading. How many frickin tracks are there? And I have to go into setup for ONE song? Oh well, at least all the songs are killer...
     
  4. Jesse Skeen

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    They "forgot" to lock out the audio button on the first disc. The repeat on the 2nd disc (why they put this on twice, I don't know) has it locked out though.
    There was an LP of most of the old songs released in stereo, so it would've been nice to have that as a separate audio track.
     
  5. Patrick_M

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    So just the new song is in 5.1? If this is the case, then the sound mix they included is not that great. I agree that the menu is very misleading.
     

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