|All three movies now come with new 5.1 sound mixes. As the first two films were recorded in mono surround, new Dolby mixes needed to be created, and the results are impressive. The best of the lot, though, is "Crusade", which was originally recorded in stereo surround. This mix has been upgraded to the type of 5.1 effort you'd expect a modern film to have, with the plane chase sequence a barnstorming delight in terms of speaker-swapping effects.|
|All of the Indy movies were originally mixed in Dolby Surround. They may have had some mono release prints, but their original sound design was certainly not exclusively mono.|
|Originally posted by HiVision99|
Actually, yes, one of the three titles is T2 (My ONLY complaint is the DD soundtrack. Maybe it's just me but it sounds "thin"/bass shy. If it had the soundtrack to back up the picture, IMO, it would be the perfect non-MUSE LD)
The other titles include Cliffhanger (I completely agree w/ you on that one. The most annoying problem with the PQ is the "blue-ish" tint to the picture. The other title is Stargate. Actually, of the three, this is my favorite...If you don't mind, I'll probably be asking you A LOT of questions regarding LD's.
|Originally posted by FoxyMulder|
Grow up ur remarks insult anyone who cares for home cinema quality.