Staff from Dbox responded today and also informed me that the new code for Olympus Has Fallen has been released. For the record, it is almost three weeks since I first contacted them. Three weeks to simply resync a movie is not...
Quote:Originally Posted by ckenisell I don't think he meant to leave out Canada, but to leave out US releases is just ludicrous.
Correct. Use several sources and include a US retail disc, since the US is the largest market. I...
Quote:Originally Posted by thxman We need to confirm if the retail copy works. If so, not much we can do unless you want to rent it for about 3 weeks If the retail copy does not work, then someone needs to ship theirs out for...
Originally Posted by thxman
Tintin was added to list.
I sent Dbox an email and asked for Tintin, and they responded that day saying that it would be added as a matter of priority.
I'd like to thank D-Box for seriously...
Originally Posted by audvid
Please forgive the obvious question but did you try it without the splitter? I would be curious to know..
Good question. The problem of losing the sync to audio, and losing the center, has happened...
Originally Posted by sdurani
Unpack the data in your Oppo BD player and transmit it as PCM to the Lex
Already set it up to transmit LPCM. That was the recommended setup from day one on the MC12HD.
Originally Posted by sfogg
"Even when using an older projector, it will first not properly detect the audio signal (reverting instead to L7 Film or L7 Music for two track)."
When this occurs are you hearing...
Originally Posted by Jim HTPC
I can vouch for Mike that he is no Troll. He has a wealth of knowledge on both Lexicon, and in regards audio acoustics (more-so). He is well known as an industry expert, and his resume...
Originally Posted by Peter Nielsen
How do these "handshake problems" manifest themselves? Does it mean that the MC12HD has audio dropouts or other major *audible* issues with newer BluRays?
I may have used the wrong term, so...