jurassic park/lost world dts?

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by gooner265, Jan 23, 2002.

  1. gooner265

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    i was going to wait for a trilogy box set but now know that isn't going to happen so i shall get them now or are there dts versions of the three films coming out anyone know?and why are we short changed on dts films over here.
    by the way i have pioneer 444 region 2 does anyone know how much it would cost me to have it chipped?
    sorry lots of questions i would appreciate any help.
     
  2. PaulDCocker

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    To have the Pioneer 444 chipped is about £50 from a reputable dealer, it may be cheaper if you search, anyhow found it here:

    www.dvdchips.co.uk

    JP1, 2 & 3 are DTS on Region 1, nothing on R2 though :(
     
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    www.dvdboxoffice.com

    Are doing a trilogy box set for about £38.

    Not sure whether all 3 are DTS or just JP3. Can anyone advise?
     
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  5. gooner265

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    thanks guys i'll take a look
     
  6. Confucius

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    Since the DTS versions of JP & JPLW were DTS only (excepting the DD2.0 track) it's unlikely they will produce several different box sets (despite the numerous editions of movies that Universal seem to release). I think it was DVD File and The Digital Bits that reported that only the DD5.1 versions would be released (JP3 was always DD & DTS).
     

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