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Nvidia shield with Plex is just as good as a disk. I have streamed plenty of Atmos and True HD 7.1 soundtracks and the SQ is in point.
What bitrate for Atmos and TrueHD are you getting on Plex?

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Absolutely...I own the BR of Oblivion and World War Z and the first time I saw them on D-TV I was shocked at the missing sound(s)!
+1...


I think it's worth owning the disc of youre favorite movies. plus sound effect and movies with great bass. The digital copies just dont do it for me. I thought I could clear out my discs, but now see reason to hold on to them.

The closest I've found was on Kodi using real Debrid for DTS master HD and True HD sound.

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I should have done more investigating on here regarding F&F Tokyo Drift. I got the 4k yesterday and watched half of the uhd disc and was kind of underwhelmed by both the pq and aq. I mean it was decent but something was off.
Did some searching on here and saw Mr Grey's post that the uhd version was neutered both in the video and even the DTS:X remaster.
Popped the reg blu ray in and I'll be darned if the movie came alive!
Guess just like Oblivion if I ever watch this again I'll be using the good ol' blu ray version!
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+1...


I think it's worth owning the disc of youre favorite movies. plus sound effect and movies with great bass. The digital copies just dont do it for me. I thought I could clear out my discs, but now see reason to hold on to them.

The closest I've found was on Kodi using real Debrid for DTS master HD and True HD sound.

Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk[/hey bro. I have Kodi too. Are you talking about on magic dragon where the selection is hd, sd & real debrid ?i usually pick hd. Are you saying real debrid is the best for sound source?
I am talking about Magic Dragon..13 clowns..serene...etc...all of those have my real Debrid subscription attached to them otherwise the best links wont work or show up.

And Yes, that's the whole point of getting real Debrid for me anyways...I like to have the best available audio sources as possible.

I like to think of it like this. If I'm going to watch a 2 or 3 hour movie its time I'm taking off of work to enjoy. I'm going to be viewing that in the best quality possible..video and audio. The 4k is somewhat sketchy as it still buffers at times..I sort of stick with 1080p that's unconverted to 4k by my AVR anyway.

I also recently watched the Hobbit battle of the 5 armies bluray disc and both of my sons were asking if it was in 4k? It was really clear and the audio Rocks on disc.
The extended cut had scenes I didnt previously see...


The reason I got real Debrid was for the quality audio and Video. I have actually found DTS master HD ..true HD...regular DTS and just good old 5.1..I think one audio source was ATC...or something like that.

Like I said, that was the closest I've seen and heard other than the disc coming straight from a Blu ray or UHD player.

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The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) UHD Bass Graph

❌ Crappy 2K Upscale
❌ Old BD has better extension and volume
❌ All 16 bit tracks inside a 24 bit container (strange for a 7.1/dts:x track)

I'll keep my old BD for these four reasons

✔️Better Video Quality
✔️5.1 24bit
✔️ Better extension and volume
✔️NOT A CRAP UPSCALE

It's seems that the The Fast and the Furious (2001) UHD may be
the only one i replace in my collection of these films. it has a Stunning Native 4K FILM SCAN
and better DTS:X Track than it's BD



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I should have done more investigating on here regarding F&F Tokyo Drift. I got the 4k yesterday and watched half of the uhd disc and was kind of underwhelmed by both the pq and aq. I mean it was decent but something was off.
Did some searching on here and saw Mr Grey's post that the uhd version was neutered both in the video and even the DTS:X remaster.
Popped the reg blu ray in and I'll be darned if the movie came alive!
Guess just like Oblivion if I ever watch this again I'll be using the good ol' blu ray version!

Check it out. it did sound off and weird for sure. i didn't like it at all.




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It does not have better PQ or AQ. it's a really bad 2K upscale UHD and the audio upgrade isn't worth it for me personally.
the BD audio is way more aggressive and the first drift scene in the parking lot truly shows that. at


Time stamp: 00:30:00 when the car gets close to the wall the low frequency bass there is awesome compared to the UHD .




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Check it out. it did sound off and weird for sure. i didn't like it at all.
Leaps and bounds better!
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I watched X-Men : Dark Phoenix today and was pretty blown away by it. I posted my impressions of it over in the BEQ just now, as I thought it may be more appropriate over there since I referenced BEQ a few times (yes, I’m a BEQ lover! ). But thought some over here may be interested. If so, you can find it HERE

I also checked out both the 4K Atmos disc and standard Blu as well to do some comparisons. Both were great, but the former most definitely had the edge!!

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I should have done more investigating on here regarding F&F Tokyo Drift. I got the 4k yesterday and watched half of the uhd disc and was kind of underwhelmed by both the pq and aq. I mean it was decent but something was off.
Did some searching on here and saw Mr Grey's post that the uhd version was neutered both in the video and even the DTS:X remaster.
Popped the reg blu ray in and I'll be darned if the movie came alive!
Guess just like Oblivion if I ever watch this again I'll be using the good ol' blu ray version!


Stop wasting time and get your MiniDSP set up Justin.

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Stop wasting time and get your MiniDSP set up Justin.
I need some free time!! Lol
Maybe Sunday before work my schedule blows.
I did order a new pj screen for the main setup though woohoo!
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Nvidia shield with Plex is just as good as a disk. I have streamed plenty of Atmos and True HD 7.1 soundtracks and the SQ is in point.
Nvidia Shield I believe is the only streaming device, besides PC, that will stream lossless audio as other devices will transcode the audio to a lossy codec. I also stream lossless audio from a media built PC and it does sound great BUT the streaming/ torrent version of the movie has been compressed. I still prefer Disk over all other forms as it gives me peace of mind that I'm getting the best PQ and SQ.

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Stop wasting time and get your MiniDSP set up Justin.
I agree!!!!!!!
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I need some free time!! Lol
Maybe Sunday before work my schedule blows.
I did order a new pj screen for the main setup though woohoo!
What screen did you get?

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I agree!!!!!!!
You too then!!! Lol
I got an Akia(made by Elite) 125" zero edge screen. I have the 100" version in my bedroom setup and I really like it.
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You too then!!! Lol
I got an Akia(made by Elite) 125" zero edge screen. I have the 100" version in my bedroom setup and I really like it.
What projector are you using for your bedroom?


Edit: I see you also have a Benq 2050.
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What bitrate for Atmos and TrueHD are you getting on Plex?
I think I'm safe to say that @basshead81 is talking about streaming BR rips (.MKV, stored locally) through Plex. If that is indeed the case, it is a 1:1 copy of the BR with lossless audio. I stream my rips through Kodi (on a Shield) and there is no difference between the rip and the disc.


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I am talking about Magic Dragon..13 clowns..serene...etc...all of those have my real Debrid subscription attached to them otherwise the best links wont work or show up.
Careful now...talk of these type of programs (AAARRR!) is not well tolerated on the forums.
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I think I'm safe to say that @basshead81 is talking about streaming BR rips (.MKV, stored locally) through Plex. If that is indeed the case, it is a 1:1 copy of the BR with lossless audio. I stream my rips through Kodi (on a Shield) and there is no difference between the rip and the disc.)

Very true, if ripping from the disk and using zero compression then you are getting bit for bit.
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You too then!!! Lol
I got an Akia(made by Elite) 125" zero edge screen. I have the 100" version in my bedroom setup and I really like it.
Funny @subacabra , I was looking at the Akia's tonight as well. Decent price too. I guess if you hav eno blow over, then the zero edge would be nice!
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Agreed @SBuger . really enjoyed this one with BOSS. I imagine in your theater I might have had my fillings popped out.
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Funny @subacabra , I was looking at the Akia's tonight as well. Decent price too. I guess if you hav eno blow over, then the zero edge would be nice!
They really are great screens for the money. I'd definitely recommend them. My only concern is figuring out how to still utilize my 65" 900e with a fixed screen in the mix.
That's one thing I love about my current 106" pull down.
I don't want to use my pj everyday because I'd be racking up the hours.
Open to any suggestions! Here's how it currently looks, I'd also have to move my movie shelving.
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Great looking space for flicks @subacabra ! I have my tv on an adjacent wall on a articulating stand, and it works for my current set up. I do not have the video collection like that though in my immediate space. Like the backlight, as that must be easier on the eyes.
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Great looking space for flicks @subacabra ! I have my tv on an adjacent wall on a articulating stand, and it works for my current set up. I do not have the video collection like that though in my immediate space. Like the backlight, as that must be easier on the eyes.
Thank you! I was looking into an articulating mount of some sort. May be my only option!
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Thank you! I was looking into an articulating mount of some sort. May be my only option!
I have an L shaped sectional, so pulling it the tv out and turning is awesome for me and the girls.
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Very true, if ripping from the disk and using zero compression then you are getting bit for bit.

Yeah I was gonna say, a Remux is a 1:1 copy
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They really are great screens for the money. I'd definitely recommend them. My only concern is figuring out how to still utilize my 65" 900e with a fixed screen in the mix.
That's one thing I love about my current 106" pull down.
I don't want to use my pj everyday because I'd be racking up the hours.
Open to any suggestions! Here's how it currently looks, I'd also have to move my movie shelving.
Once you get your fixed screen dimensions, you could build a box to match and mount it on a hinged top so you could lift it up or down. Obviously, you would have to figure out the best way to keep it up, as well as how to keep it from going up to far - don’t want it to hit the ceiling.

I’m pretty sure that Youthman on YouTube has a setup like that - he has all of his speakers and subs behind his screen and the screen flips to access the setup. He has several videos on YouTube and I’m sure he would share how his was done.
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I think I'm safe to say that @basshead81 is talking about streaming BR rips (.MKV, stored locally) through Plex. If that is indeed the case, it is a 1:1 copy of the BR with lossless audio. I stream my rips through Kodi (on a Shield) and there is no difference between the rip and the disc.




Careful now...talk of these type of programs (AAARRR!) is not well tolerated on the forums.
I’m behind the eight ball on this. How would you rip the disk and then stream of plex or shield? I know what the Nvidia Shield is, but honestly, have no idea what it does.

Also, can you rip UHD’s and would you have to get the UHD Pioneer drive. I read that you had to change a lot of hardware for that drive, so haven’t messed with it.

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Diverting the thread back to bass...

Wife went to a conference, stayed overnight. Leaving me alone with the HT. Heheheh. Finally had the chance to do what all y'all have suggested -- watch Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Local Redbox had a blu-ray. Yes!

First thing I did was rerun audyssey again to make the system nice and tight. Then I checked to make sure the disc was in fact feeding me the Atmos mix. Didn't want to get fooled again. And I have to say, that's a heck of a bass fest. And it's not a bad movie .

I had just swapped out my center channel a couple of weeks ago. Not having a better place to put the old center, I put it on top of one of the subs. Hasn't been a problem for weeks, and I'll get around to selling it eventually. But when I looked after GKOTM was over, that center speaker had walked from the front of the sub to the back. I'm lucky it didn't just fall off!

I'm just sayin' that my subs got a well deserved workout. And I thank this group for pointing me in the direction of GKOTM.
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Man, I really want to watch the new Godzilla, but I just bought all the Marvel movies in UHD and a whole lot of other cheap, but good, Blu's from Amazon. Got the Marvel UHD's from the Disney Movie Club - buy one at full price and 50% off the rest. My wife has cut me off until the Black Friday deals come up next month, lol. I'm a Blu, UHD collector, as I call it. She calls it hoarding, lol.

Anyways, I'm sure there is some great bass in that and I can't wait to give it a whirl once I get my system back up and running. My Marantz 7704 is still out for repair, but I'm impatient, so I bought a Marantz 7705 that should be here by Thursday. Going to sell the 7704 on the good ole eBay.

Once I'm back up and running, I plan to have a movie marathon with some flicks with a lot of BASS, and then some that don't Can't wait!

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What bitrate for Atmos and TrueHD are you getting on Plex?
Don't remember exactly...I believe its like 15-1600 range.
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I borrowed my neighbors 8 blu-ray set of the Harry Potter movies. Can someone list the best to the worst? Or at least which one I should watch with the best bass?
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I borrowed my neighbors 8 blu-ray set of the Harry Potter movies. Can someone list the best to the worst? Or at least which one I should watch with the best bass?
Lol...I'm not sure how to measure the best from those movies in regard to bass...

I would probably suggest starting in order of the movies just because you get to follow more character development and what's going on in the series.

Especially if you are watching with the kids.

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