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post #1 of 5 Old 12-27-2012, 04:51 PM - Thread Starter
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i just purchased the doors perception box. the dvd's that come with it are dvd-audio. i have a samsung ht-q40 home theater system that plays dvd-a will i get the hi-rez layer 96/24 or just the dts or dolby 5.1.
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If it plays DVD-A, you will be able to get hi-res.


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thanks i was hoping it would now i do not have to buy a new system
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i just purchased the doors perception box. the dvd's that come with it are dvd-audio. i have a samsung ht-q40 home theater system that plays dvd-a will i get the hi-rez layer 96/24 or just the dts or dolby 5.1.

Being a HTiB it would not matter much but according to the specs it doesn't support DVD-A.

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Being a HTiB it would not matter much but according to the specs it doesn't support DVD-A.

That's why I was less than completely positive in my response.  However, if you scan the user's manual, it refers to DVD-A and, specifically, on how to access the DVD-Video vs. DVD-Audio tracks on these discs.  Also, there are multiple references to DVD-Audio (with a capital A).  The best thing, of course, is simply to try one.


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