- Mar 2, 2002
Strange that they went with the DTS-HD High Resolution audio stream instead of the Master Audio.
DTS-HD High Resolution is the old DTS core we all know, but at up to double the usual bitrate. Anyone know what bitrate was actually used here? It could be any of the following:
It could also be 48 or 96KHz.
All the box tells me is that it is lossy audio, and for a music title giving the priority to 1080p video seems, well - about what I have come to expect!
With Bach you really should be getting LOSSLESS AUDIO!!!!!
After all, he was a composer - not a bloody film director!
The sleeve quote about "The Clarity & new sonic perception" really comes across as a bad joke.
Sure, it's better than Dobly.
Sure, it's better than Dobly Plus.
BUT - it is still not lossless. It's like putting a disc out of, say, Terminator 3 with higher quality Audio than the video. Stupid, Stupid, Stupid.