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Ex Machina US Blu-ray to include DTS:X

Another soundtrack first for Lionsgate

by Steve Withers May 28, 2015

  • Film studio Lionsgate have announced that the US Blu-ray release of Ex Machina on the 14th of July will be the first to include a DTS:X soundtrack.
    This doesn't come as a complete surprise, as the studio has always been quick to embrace new formats. Their Blu-ray release of The Expendables II was the first and about the only disc to include a DTS Neo:X soundtrack and The Expendables III was the second Blu-ray to be released with a Dolby Atmos soundtrack. Although Ex Machina will be released on Blu-ray in the UK on the 1st of June, that's through a different distributor and won't include a DTS:X soundtrack. Lionsgate Blu-ray discs are usually regionally encoded in the States, so if you want to take advantage of the US version Ex Machina's DTS:X soundtrack, you'll need a disc player that can handle Region A. However it's good to know that DTS:X Blu-rays are coming, giving those with the necessary capability the chance to experience the new format - with Denon's excellent AVR-X7200 AV receiver among the first to receive a DTS:X firmware update in the summer.

    Our thanks to Forum member Chevyonfuel for pointing out the Lionsgate announcement, which doesn't appear to have been widely reported.

    You can buy the UK Blu-ray release of Ex Machina here

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