Home Theater Forum and Systems banner
1 - 2 of 2 Posts

· Banned
Joined
·
440 Posts
I’m almost willing to bet its on most other DVD as well. It could be some form of digital (snap crackle and pop).

I’ve encountered this on several films from laserdisc to DVD.

Apollo 13 dts THX laserdisc chapter 13 where the Saturn V is roaring up for lift-off! On several points of the fast editing cutting from here to there one shot where on the surrounds right side as matter of fact there is popping crackling sound!

This has been on all previous other DVD versions only on the digital track Dolby/dts its not detectable on the analogue mix.

Also Armageddon where parts of the Russian space station is breaking-up into fire ball, yeah that really takes the Mickey flames in space LOL. Anyway as Will Patton looks though a port-window yelling unintelligible dialogue as piece of falling debris crashes into a part of the space station there is (loud crackling) on the surrounds.

I’d have to play it over again to be 100% as this is least yucky film I don’t like watching because it takes the Mickey with the laws of space physics.

Michael Bay please grow brain before making anymore of these rubbish films!:thud:

Edit: Oh this film! Push! Just viewed the imdb site.

Would it be possible for you to make short video as it plays in the room a soft level as to not overload distort the microphone and stick the video on youtube so we can all listen and judge what the issue might be!
 

· Banned
Joined
·
440 Posts
His problem is clearly the DTS Bomb, it is well documented and the DSP update I linked to will fix the problem.
Yeah but I’d like to hear what it excellently sounds like first hand or is this issue going to get duplicated onto DVD. The film doesn’t really interest me as it’s full of clichés from the looks of it. Does X-Men ring any bells?
 
1 - 2 of 2 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top