Originally Posted by thehun
AC/DC: Live At Donnington(LPCM)--- Tier2 Weak bass, guitar hard mixed to the right channel, and overall very harsh. But then again it's Hard Rock.
Kingdom OF Heaven Dir Cut (DTS HD MA) Tier 0 reference quality all around
The Descent (LPCM) Tier 0 Very atmoshpheric and dynamic when called for, excellen balance.
Tears Of The Sun (LPCM) Tier1 A bit of a mixed bag with bass and jungle noise, being less then consistent. The last 30 mins will make thing up.
Immortal Beloved (LPCM) A bit of a let down for me as being a big fan of the movie and the music of Beethoven. The music sounds a little dull to me, though not terrible or anything I was just hoping a little better after I owned this on LD and DVD both which sounded very good. A good balance between dialog effects and music Tier1
Troy Director's Cut (LPCM) Tier 1 lowend. Just not very exciting and a little shy on bass. The HD DVD's True HD has more bass and life to it.
Crank [LPCM] Tier 0 Fun Fun Fun, very agressive, very dynamic and very clean. reference sound.
Black Hawk Down (LPCM) Tier 0 The quintesential war movie sound, a two hour aural assault!
Fifth Element [Dolby THD] Tier 0 Finally I could see this and hear it like it was meant to be. I own the SB SD DVD and while the picture was remarkable for a DVD the sound was just not what I would call reference. All that change with the BD version.
Pirates Of The Caribbean AWE (LPCM) Tier1 Inconsisten bass makes this just shy of tier 0 IMO Everything else was examplary.
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (LPCM}--- Tier 0 Another of favorite of mine. A clear step up from the already excellent DVD
Casino Royale (LPCM) Tier 0 What can be said what hasn't been said yet?
The Patriot Extented Cut (LPCM) Tier 1 It sounded excellent but I just can't recall a single very exiting aural momment to give it Tier 0
Live Free or Die Hard (DTS HD MA) Tier 0 Wow what a ride, just like Crank, it's a very exiting track, great bass as well.
Spider Man 1.2.3 (Dolby THD) Tier 0 All three movies are top notch when it comes to sound, and part 1 and 2 are a clear step up from the SB version I own too.
That's it for now.