Married to a high tone and highly detailed image is an almost immaculate DTS soundtrack. There are two Dolby Digital tracks one in Cantonese and one in Mandarin but if you played them both together they still wouldn't hold a candle to the levels of detail and barely restrained power contained within the DTS track. Every blow is delivered with typical bone crunching force, every karate chop slices through the air like a sword, explosions have a depth that hits you in the chest. Dialogue, in Chinese of course, is delivered with control and focus, and is never swamped by the effects. The score is unobtrusive to the point of being forgettable. In contrast the DD tracks lack all the force, power and precision of the DTS track and are a second class citizen on this particular disc.