Originally Posted by dholmes54
Thanks,I got the original bomb fixed 3-4 yrs ago.I need to look at this disk in my computer to see what it is.I contacted Onkyo Pro about the Star Wars bomb weeks ago for my 5507 pre-pro but havnt heard anything.I know Onkyo-Onkyo pro are basiclly the same company,but if this disk is for the original bomb why would they send it now,that was fixed on the 805 for everybody years ago.
1) You called Onkyo recently about a widely publicized problem (not just iwth Onkyo products) with your 5507 (which you failed to mention in your initial post)
2) A disc from Onkyo arrives in the mail
3) You post in an 805 thread asking what the disc is without giving all of the details leading up to its arrival.
The logical conclusion seems pretty obvious and is left as an exercise for the reader. If you failed to register your 5507, their customer support script may have automagically sent the DTS bomb solution for the device you had on file. Or, they made a mistake and simply sent the wrong disc.
The DTS bomb wasn't fixed for everybody with 805s unless they took it upon themselves to seek a solution. One could download the fix and burn to disc or request a CD after one registered with Club Onkyo. There was no letter/email campaign from Onkyo to notify 805 owners of the potential problem, IIRC, so I expect that many 805s are not patched. Since DTS supposedly fixed something in their authoring software after a certain title was released ("The Golden Compass"?), it pretty much became a moot point.