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Blu-ray & Hd Dvd Audio & Video Specifications

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Good find Al; Ide say the op has done a good job considering the first date posted and the silver surfer movie mentioned. I had a grin when you notice the large volume of 16/48 pcm discs and on the other hand 20/24 bit discs -which have benefited from dts hd or dd truehd compression. ;)

Something tells me this poster has read bfdtv's comments on why pcm should be shafted. :) Have never found a hd dvd list - this would be good too. High percentage of DD plus methinks -nothing wrong with that but B)

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interesting thing re this post on avs, is it correct chronicles of riddick and aeon flux have dts-hd secondary tracks. dont recall them havign to be honest.

It doesn't (for Riddick anyway)

It has DD+ and DTS.

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DTS can be called DTS-HD, as it is listed as a subset of DTS-HD... Probably due to its ability to do up to 24bit audio (I believe DD was modified also to do 24bit too... I recall something in the Insiders thread from Dolby on this)

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DTS can be called DTS-HD, as it is listed as a subset of DTS-HD... Probably due to its ability to do up to 24bit audio (I believe DD was modified also to do 24bit too... I recall something in the Insiders thread from Dolby on this)

It certainly can MWE; Ime still trying to find a 24/96 dts disc- this decoding was introduced at least 3 years ago :rolleyes: If the list poster had said dts hdhr ;he would have been wrong - different bit rates at good old dts.com -

http://www.dtsonline.com/dts-hd/dts-on-bluray-and-hddvd.php

It would have clarified things if he just said dts core <_<

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It certainly can MWE; Ime still trying to find a 24/96 dts disc-

Mate, try this link

Select a region, and select "DTS Digital Surround 96/24" as the Technology :)

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Mate, try this link

Select a region, and select "DTS Digital Surround 96/24" as the Technology :)

Thanks muchly Andrew ;Turns out I bought the wrong Master and Commander dvd - the english version was the right one :) At least there are 10 available - interesting to compare with the equivalent hd disc :)

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Thanks muchly Andrew

No problem at all, found that site when I was looking for dvds to test out my new amp/speaker combo :)

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blu-ray listing by audio format courtesy of homerj

http://mysite.verizon.net/ruvic/bluray-audio.htm

couple of other great links also courtesy of homer j

blu ray stats

http://blu-raystats.com/

hd dvd stats

http://www.hddvdstats.com/index.php

a bit of a tier listing of titles based on subjective impressions

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=918734

would encourage anyoen to compare formats if get the chance eg as in this thread if come across discs with different audio track formats

http://www.dtvforum.info/index.php?showtopic=59342

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Hi new to the forum unable to post a new topic so thought someone here may be able to help.Bought a new 106cm sanyo led tv for my mother who has very bad hearing wears radio shack cordless headphones so she does not deafen us when we are watching the tv with her the old tv had an output to plug into. but on the new tv there is a headphone jack the problem is when you plug into this it cuts the sound out so she is the only one that can hear the tv.I have been to dick smith and JB HI FI to find a solution no one could help.Below is the specs of the TV

The Sanyo 42" 1080p LED LCD TV offers a supreme full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080, a contrast ratio of 4000:1 and an Edge LED backlight with an HD digital tuner. This 42" LED LCD TV features USB recording media capabilities, 3 x HDMI terminals and touch key controls. This 1080p TV also comes equipped with a time shift function, 178 degree viewing angle and a response time of 6.5ms. Select an image to enlarge

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SpecificationReviewDelivery.Detailed product information

Sku Code

BIGW_8113504

? Boxed Height

78

? Boxed Length

11

? Recording Capabilities

USB: - 1GB:15 mins; 2GB:30 mins;8GB: 2 hours

? Response Time

6.5ms

? Screen Definition

Full High Definition

? Screen Resolution

1920 x 1080

? Screen Size (Inch)

42

? Signal Compatibility

480i/P, 576i/P, 720P, 1080i/P

? Sleep Timer

Yes

? Teletext

Yes

? Terminals

HDMI X 3; RF input (75ohms coaxial); Composite video (RCA); Composite audio (RCA); Component video (RCA); Component audio (RCA); VGA (D-sub); VGA audio;RCA A/V output; RS-232; SPDIF output (coaxial); USB 2.0 interface; Earphone jack

?

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Hi new to the forum unable to post a new topic so thought someone here may be able to help.Bought a new 106cm sanyo led tv for my mother who has very bad hearing wears radio shack cordless headphones so she does not deafen us when we are watching the tv with her the old tv had an output to plug into. but on the new tv there is a headphone jack the problem is when you plug into this it cuts the sound out so she is the only one that can hear the tv.I have been to dick smith and JB HI FI to find a solution no one could help.Below is the specs of the TV

Run the following from the rear of the TV (RCA A/V Output),

** Judging by the manual, the audio output in next to the HDMI 3 input.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Crest-3-5mm-Ste...=item4160bae07b

If you need something quick, head down to DSE

http://dicksmith.com.au/product/P6573/adpt...2-x-rca-sockets

http://dicksmith.com.au/product/C1180/2m-c...ug-2-x-rca-plug

;)

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Run the following from the rear of the TV (RCA A/V Output),

** Judging by the manual, the audio output in next to the HDMI 3 input.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Crest-3-5mm-Ste...=item4160bae07b

If you need something quick, head down to DSE

http://dicksmith.com.au/product/P6573/adpt...2-x-rca-sockets

http://dicksmith.com.au/product/C1180/2m-c...ug-2-x-rca-plug

;)

Hi thanks for the reply I may have quoted the wrong model the model is sanyo LED 42XR11F checked TV again there is no AV output however there is a S/SDIF audio output could i go from here to a Digital Coaxial Audio to Analogue Stereo RCA Converter and plug the headset into this or would this all so cut out the sound to the TV

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Hi thanks for the reply I may have quoted the wrong model the model is sanyo LED 42XR11F checked TV again there is no AV output however there is a S/SDIF audio output could i go from here to a Digital Coaxial Audio to Analogue Stereo RCA Converter and plug the headset into this or would this all so cut out the sound to the TV

hi specs for this TV are

1. Remote sensor

2. Power indicator

Lights blue when in operating mode.

Lights red when in standby mode.

3. POWER

4. INPUT

To access Input Source menu

5. MENU

Press this button to access the main menu screen.

6. CH

Press these two buttons to directly change the TV channel;

In menu operations, these buttons serve as up/down buttons.

7. VOL+

Press the VOL+ or VOL– button to directly increase or decrease

the sound volume level;

In menu operations, these buttons serve as right/left buttons.

8. Power Switch

Receives signals from the remote control. Do not block.

Press this button to turn the unit ON from STANDBY mode. Press it

again to turn the set back to STANDBY.

^/ ^

/–

Main Unit (back view) 1. S/PDIF digital audio output: Connect a digital sound

system to this jack.

2. USB port: Connect a USB device to this port.

3. HDMI3: Connect an HDMI device to this jack.

4. Headphone: Connect headphones to this jack.

5. AV INPUT: Connect an AV device to these jacks.

6. RS-232: For service only. Do not use.

7. HDMI1 (with ARC): Connect an HDMI device to this jack.

8. HDMI2: Connect an HDMI device to this jack.

9. MUSIC: Connect a MP3 player to this jack.

10. PC IN D-SUB/AUDIO: Connect a computer to these

jacks.

11. COMPONENT IN: Connect a component video device

to these jacks.

12. RF: Connect an antenna to this jack.

any advice would be appreciated

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