Re: Are there receivers that could correctly detect Dolby Digital EX?
- From: "Richard C." <post-age@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 31 Jul 2005 19:41:58 -0700
"Biz" <biznospam@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:feFGe.47815$5N3.2145@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
"Richard C." <post-age@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:PbednY8Ns9cBzXffRVn-gQ@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxyouX-No-archive: yes
"Joshua Zyber" <jzyber@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:VcUFe.6027$6f.2215@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > "Biz" <biznospam@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message > news:qQPFe.39553$5N3.21823@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx >> No receiver will choose EX automatically if the DVD isnt flagged >> correctly.... > > On the contrary, almost every 6.1 receiver has a mode that will allow> to permanently engage EX decoding. There are many 5.1 discs that matrix > well into a surround rear channel when you turn on EX, even if they > weren't specifically mixed for it. ============================================== Which is why he used the word "automatically".
Which is now why I use the word exactly...to me "detect" means leaving your
reciever in auto mode, not manually putting it into EX mode...Personally I
always use auto and select EX only when appropriate (mis-flagged disks)for
sound the way it was intended to be heard.
Just curious.......HOW do you detect a mis-flagged disc?
(hint - you can't)
Are you also aware that most EX discs are not even noted on the box or the menu?
That is why I leave mine in 7.1 mode all the time.
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