^ in the interest of full disclosure, I never orginally had M&C on DVD. I first bought it on BD.
And when I first heard it on BD, I was very impressed, if not blown away.
I mean let's face it, outside of the neutered ultra lows, it has great panning, surround effects, and impressive bass overall.
Heck, you could prolly pick 100 BD's out of a hat and it would better at least 90 in the audio department.
That all said, upon hearing about the increased low-end of that DVD version, I immediately picked it up for $4 used, and the difference upon playback was undeniable. I didn't alter a single setting for playback, either.
So perhaps a 93% on BD went to a 97 on DVD?
great, exactly why we all dove into BD?!
My Parlor and Theatre: "Jimbo's Dugout" : http://www.avsforum.com/forum/15-gen...re-parlor.html
Actual phone call (see pic to left):
Tech (responding to laughter): "I'm sorry sir, did I miss something?"
Me: "Yeah, a case of Diet Mountain Dew walking across my living room."