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Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by John-D, Sep 21, 2004.

  1. John-D

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    Digitalbits.com are saying that ANH has enough bad points, i.e. sound drop outs, and that the John Williams score is reversed in the surrounds (different from the front soundstage), to be re-called. :mad:

    Great! Lucasfilm stand on quality...NOT! What do THX get paid for?
     
  2. pj

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    it will never happen! i remember the jedi vhs used to have the stereo channels switched! try telling that to wh smiths assistants in 1990 or whenever it was originally widescreened released!
     
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    LucasFilm statement....
    "We are always impressed with how closely fans listen to the many different sound mixes we have made for the Star Wars movies over the years. It is flattering to know that, indeed, the audience is listening. Consequently, each mix comes out differently and any changes that you hear on the all-new Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround EX tracks on the Star Wars Trilogy DVD set are deliberate creative decisions. We can confirm that there are no technical glitches as reported."
     

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