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Discussion in 'DVD' started by shane_watson, Apr 25, 2003.
is it demo quality or what.any opinions helpful
sound good. video not good.
assuming you're talking about the special edition.
I happen to think the video looks really good on the SE. Maybe if the image is really huge, then problems get magnified I suppose. I am using a 53 inch Sony and looks solid.
The audio is first rate and one of the best mixes ever recorded for a dvd. Both the Dolby Digital and DTS mixes are terrific. If my memory is correct, the Dolby mix has a sronger bass presence, while the DTS mix is a little more detailed. Either way will bring a grin on your face.
Let us know what your findings are Shane.
just watched it and now i can truly say this is one to add to my demo list,the scene where the twister rampaged the drive in shook my wifes brass home interior(thats my gauge for a good sounding movie)no shakie no watchie.lots of shakie in this one the rears where used alot more than i expected for an older movie.theres nothing like hearing a cow fly around your living room.thanks alot guys.
The video on the SE is good and the audio is even better. I haven't listened to this since getting new front speakers and a sub, so I'll have to do that.
Glad your home was "shakie" Shane.
I thought the disc was OK but nothing special. Video quality is fairly good but still doesn't look that great. Audio is OK (with barely any difference between the DTS and DD tracks) but I remember comparing it to my old AC-3 LaserDisc which had a stronger, more 'weighty' feel to the sound.