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Old 11-12-2012, 10:56 AM
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I was especially drawn to part where Tobey entered the KD Lang look a like contest....meh....

Exactly, that was horrible.
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Its a mass produced product, also shown int he film. It's like me buying a Sony video camera and you figuring out I was exactly the person that filmed a certain video.

It's becoming more and more clear how this movie managed to grab my attention... (not) wink.gif
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Unhappy Audio cutting out

I'm having a problem with The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) on Blu-ray. The audio cuts out at 1:52:50 (chapter 15). It occurs with both the 2D and 3D discs. The sound does not cut out when I play the DVD, just the Blu-ray. My Blu-ray player is the Samsung BD-F5900. It's connected directly to my LG 60LA7400 TV via HDMI. I've tried changing audio settings for both the Blu-ray player and the TV, but it doesn't fix the problem.

Has anyone else here had their Amazing Spider-Man Blu-ray audio cut out at 1:52:50? Any thoughts on how to fix the problem (if it is fixable)?

TV: LG 60LA7400 (60", 1080p, 3D)
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CD player: Sony CDP-CE500
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Old 09-14-2014, 11:49 PM
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I'm having a problem with The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) on Blu-ray. The audio cuts out at 1:52:50 (chapter 15). It occurs with both the 2D and 3D discs. The sound does not cut out when I play the DVD, just the Blu-ray. My Blu-ray player is the Samsung BD-F5900. It's connected directly to my LG 60LA7400 TV via HDMI. I've tried changing audio settings for both the Blu-ray player and the TV, but it doesn't fix the problem.

Has anyone else here had their Amazing Spider-Man Blu-ray audio cut out at 1:52:50? Any thoughts on how to fix the problem (if it is fixable)?
I found a solution to my problem. Changing the downmixing mode from "Surround Compatible" to "Normal Stereo" prevents the audio from cutting out. I don't know whether blame ultimately lies with the Blu-ray audio encoding or the Blu-ray player firmware, but somehow they are incompatible at that specific point in the movie.

TV: LG 60LA7400 (60", 1080p, 3D)
Receiver: Denon AVR-X1200W
Blu-ray player: Samsung BD-F5900
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Speakers: Yamaha NS-A100XT, Polk Audio Monitor CS2, Monoprice 10800, Yamaha YST-SW105

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Old 09-15-2014, 05:30 AM - Thread Starter
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I found a solution to my problem. Changing the downmixing mode from "Surround Compatible" to "Normal Stereo" prevents the audio from cutting out. I don't know whether blame ultimately lies with the Blu-ray audio encoding or the Blu-ray player firmware, but somehow they are incompatible at that specific point in the movie.

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Thanks for following up and I am glad you found a work around.


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