Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by normsplace, Feb 1, 2004.
Does anybody know of any dvd's that are in dts 96/24?
I have some DVD-A disks that are - probably not exactly what you were after !
Don't hold me to it because I could be talking complete rubbish, but I'm sure I remember reading somewhere that the first Tomb Raider had a Dts 96/24 track. Not region 1 or 2 but I think it may have been region 3. I think I read it on the Denon A1SE flagship forum.
I was close. It was the Italian version.
Heres a link
If you do a search on Dts 96/24? theres an interesting thread started by Gadjet on the subject.
Both Queen's Greatest Hits 1 and 2
Correct, discs 1 of both Queen Hits Videos have 96/24 DTS.
Not sure about the Live @ Wembley
I think the Seven 2 disc set had a 24/96 soundtrack on there somewhere.
As far as I know, the Seven 2 disc DVD only has DTS-ES Discrete at best. I'd be very pleased if it had 96/24.
Seven 2 disc does have a 96/24 demonstration for the opening sequence but it is not DTS.
Does anybody think that DTS 96/24 is going to catch on? It's even rarer than DTS-ES at present and I for one am not in a hurry to get a receiver that can process the signal.
The DVD-A Queen a Night at the Opera.
It's really sad in a way as DTS 24/96 is really great IMHO. With a modification of the SPDIF, more or less all DTS compatible processor can handle this. The resolution surely is enough as compared to SACD and DVD-A I think, and besides, you only need one digital cable...
The 96/24 track on Queen GH vol 1 is great, It's just a shame about the content.
It has been over a year since this thread was touched. I am wondering if DTS 96/24 has picked up at all? I am more interested in movies since I am quite happy with DVD-A for music. Does anyone know of any recent titles? Is this format going to survive???
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