05-01-2012 01:50 AM #16
However, I have no idea how to check the receiver because there are too many buttons and options on this thing and the manual is too big to even help me. If I press one button, it usually takes me 5-10 minutes to figure out what I hit just to get it back to what I had it on.
I actually do not even know how to access the on screen settings menu. The manual says to press both the receiver button and menu, but nothing happens when I do."...somewhere out there, michael bay now has the basis for his next film...and it's all your fault." - project-blu
05-01-2012 01:53 AM #17
And even in 2008 I thought the audio for the BD sucked.
Another example is when Tony is thrown into the bus by Obe. There is just a little quiet smashing sound, but nothing big."...somewhere out there, michael bay now has the basis for his next film...and it's all your fault." - project-blu
05-01-2012 02:28 AM #18
Look pal, use the logical, if IM and Transformers 2 sounds terrible and I am telling you that Transformers had the same kind problem, so the answer is the studio, that is the answer. If you not believe watch Transfomers.
ShiT EVEN my DVDs from Sony sounds louder and better than them.
05-01-2012 02:45 AM #19
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05-01-2012 11:30 AM #21
If it were your settings, you should got problems with other movies, but you only have problems with this movies from Paramount.
05-01-2012 12:08 PM #22
As mentioned by others, the first Iron Man Blu-ray had an authoring error that caused some brands of receiver to turn on Dynamic Range Compression ("Night Mode") if transmitting by bitstream. Check your settings to see if you can turn that off. If not, switch the Blu-ray player to decode the soundtrack interally to PCM.
05-01-2012 01:43 PM #23
05-01-2012 01:55 PM #24
Kain even said that Transformers 2(paramount again) had the same problem and this had DTS instead of Dolby.
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