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Old 2 Feb 2006, 08:07 AM   #1
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Hello everyone, new here, just started burning dvd's. Heres a problem I've run into, I cant seem to get my dvd's to playback with DTS mode, even through I choose DTS when setting up to burn,anyone else run into this problem, I'm using dvd decrypter,and dvd shrink.any help would be apprec.
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Old 2 Feb 2006, 08:11 AM   #2
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Are you only choosing DTS? What are you playing them back on to test?
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ok I'm playing on my home theather system which has all the right cables and connections,when choosing audio streams using dvd shrink I choose DTS.but playback is only two speakers.all my regular dvds with DTS work perfect.
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Have you tried to change the audio track while playing the DVD? The DTS track might be the second track on the disc.
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I think my problem may be stereo reciever related. I a'm now convinced the that the reciever is crapping out.Over the last month or so I've noticed every now and again that theres a break in the dvd's that are playing and I get the dolby led display flash across the reciever display (dolby 3/2) (dolby 3/2).
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