Originally Posted by stumlad
The PS3 does the decoding internally and it still happens. It's not a hardware issue.
I know it isn't, you know it isn't, FilmMixer knows it isn't, everyone on this thread knows it isn't but Warner Brothers doesn't. They think we're all idiots who don't know anything. It really irks me to no end. Here is her response to my email to her:
"I am sorry to hear that your player is unable to do this. Normally, because the disc is not defective, I could not offer a refund, but I will go ahead and do this for you as a one-time courtesty only. Please note you will need to return the disc back to me before I can send you the refund. You can send it to me at:
Warner Home Video
4000 Warner Blvd.
Building 160 Room 11-139
Burbank, CA 91522"
Anyone else wants to call them and deal with it be my guest. I emailed her back and told her as soon as they send me a postage paid return label I am more than happy to return the disc.
Addendum: I emailed her back to call her out on it. I let her know what you said stumlad. It's like that movie where the guy says "I'm as mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore."
I'm fed up with studios and companies like Onkyo saying there isn't a problem or blaming it on something else. And they wonder why more people don't spend their hard earned money on the technology. This is a prime example.
Addendum #2 She is sending me a postage paid label to return the disc.