Originally Posted by sdrucker
Question for you guys with a K-Scape setup: if you download the UHD/Atmos release of Avenger: Infinity Wars before the disc release on August 14th, can you do an Input meter check if you have a 9.1.6 or better Atmos setup and see if it’s another one of those neutered fixed-to-7.1.4 Atmos mixes?
Apparently the K-Scape crowd has first dibs on the UHD download over disc buyers....and there’s some speculation on the AVS Atmos thread and a FB group that for once, the dynamic range hasn’t been Disneyfied, so just curious if that carries over to the Atmos content.
Not a K-Scape owner but I received my disc copy early.
This movie has a phenomenal soundtrack, I heard no evidence of any dynamic range compression. The soundtrack is a minimum 7.1.6 with very active use of all 6 height speakers throughout. Wides were deadly silent. The LFE track is one of the best I have heard and it wasn't used just for explosions they used it judiciously to portray emotion in some of the darker scenes of the movie.
I would give video and audio a 10/10 on this one. Some V. good demo material.
Trinnov Altitude 32, LCR JBL M2, JBL LSR 708i, 705i, Q-SYS Core 110f, Amps- QSC CXD4.2Q, 4.3Q, 4.5Q
Kaleidescape Strato, Zapitti 4K HDR Duo, Xbox One X, 8TB Tivo Roamio Pro,
JVC RS600 + ISCO IIIL, 158" 2.40:1 AT screen, Calman 5 Enthusiast, i1 Pro 2, i1 Display Pro, Spyder 5, 3D LUT Box
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Last edited by kingwiggi; 08-11-2018 at 09:32 AM.