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post #121 of 127

I would love if artist could embrasse Surround sound music on Blu Ray 5.1 24 bit /192Khz

 

Look at 2L

post #122 of 127
I just bought Cold War bd from Hong Kong. It have a cantonese Dolby Truehd 96khz/24bits 7.1 surround and DTS HD Master Audio 7.1. I play the bd on my Sony bdp-s370 together with Onkyo TX-NR808. I choose the Dolby Truehd track because of the 96khz/24bit. There are 2 explosion scene in the movie where it suddenly went mute. The mute duration lasted for 1 second and after that it back to normal. I don't know where went wrong. I switch to DTS HD Master. There are no muting problem here. Still thinking where went wrong?
post #123 of 127
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Originally Posted by jasper08 View Post

I just bought Cold War bd from Hong Kong. It have a cantonese Dolby Truehd 96khz/24bits 7.1 surround and DTS HD Master Audio 7.1. I play the bd on my Sony bdp-s370 together with Onkyo TX-NR808. I choose the Dolby Truehd track because of the 96khz/24bit. There are 2 explosion scene in the movie where it suddenly went mute. The mute duration lasted for 1 second and after that it back to normal. I don't know where went wrong. I switch to DTS HD Master. There are no muting problem here. Still thinking where went wrong?

Overload/clipping?
post #124 of 127
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Originally Posted by PeterTHX View Post

Overload/clipping?

I don't know, bro. I borrow " The Four ", another HK bd that carry dolby truehd 96khz/24bits 5.1 from a friend to test it out. My setup is 5.1. I thought maybe the surround speaker I used is those cube speaker of Sub/sat. So, I unplug those speaker to check it out. The muting fault still happen. Even I unplug other speaker one at a time to test it out , the fault still persist. The muting only last for 1 second then back to normal. When I decode the dolby truehd track using the Sony bdp-s370 and send it out as LPCM, no more muting problem. How to know when it overload or clipping?
post #125 of 127
Has Dolby done any thing lately w/this?
post #126 of 127
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Originally Posted by BIG ED View Post

Has Dolby done any thing lately w/this?

It's not up to Dolby, it's up to the program providers.

I'm pretty sure Pixar is using it on their latest Blu-rays.
post #127 of 127
Any thx certified bluray can use the highest quality audio. Same for sonys mastered in 4k series.
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