timbre4 said:Musically it's fine and the mix is rewarding; just makes you want the classic material all the more.
There is some sort of center channel, so that must have been created artificially from the 4.0? I remember reading that DTS-Entertainment demands (some) use of center channel.Disclord said:no sub or center channel were used.
Or maybe we just don't like it.I don't understand what some of you are listening to on the On Air disc. You can rate the performance and you can rate the surround sound. I give the performance a solid 9 .If you think it's a Pink Floyd wanna be, you have other issues. Now when it comes to the DTS Surround mix, I say it's right up there at the top (9.5). If you cannot appreciate it, them you have a serious problem with your surround sound system. If you have a really good surround sound system, it is not calibrated. Perhaps it isn't hooked up and adjusted properly. Maybe you are not using the Digital Optical or Digital coax cable. Perhaps you have the KMart surround sound system. In any case, I have a huge collection of DTS, DD, SACD, DVD Audio, Blu Ray Audio, and this recording is damn near the top of the pile. The sounds flys around my room like nobody's business.