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Marantz SR5200 + Pioneer DV444

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by aqureshi, Jan 24, 2002.

  1. aqureshi

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    Hi,

    I wonder if anybody could help me. I have SR5200 receiver and it is connected to Pioneer DV444. I just bought a RUSH HOUR 2 DVD(region 1) and when I play and check the audio on the DVD while it is playing it says DD5.1. When I choose DTS on the Receiver by using the Remote or the knob I don't hear any thing, the DTs symbol flashes on the receiver, but it plays OK when I choose 5.1 or Auto.
    How comes the DTs is not working on the receiver.
    I don't know what I am doing wrong. Any help will be appreciated.

    Cheers

    Asad
     
  2. Iain Shields

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    Have you tried selecting the DTS soundtrack in the movie's sound/language menu, then selecting DTS on your amp?...
     
  3. mandlebrot

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    Does RUSH HOUR 2 DVD(region 1) have a DTS soundtrack or just a DD5.1? If it does have a DTS has well then you need to select it from the language menu on the disk itself, then select DTS on the amp and all will be well. If it dosen't state that it has a DTS soundtrack then you are stuck with DD5.1
     
  4. Andrew_arkless

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    Check the DVD player setup - by default the player is set
    to only output DD5.1 - You can change this to DD5.1 and DTS.
     

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