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Master Geek
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  Reply # 750249 24-Jan-2013 15:17 Send private message

fahrenheit: My NZ version of Casino Royale includes a PCM track. Whats the problem?

Mine doesn't, just lossy DD 5.1 in multiple languages.

And then with my POTC with the phantom HDMA, they didn't leave the LPCM track intact either - it's reduced to 16bit from 24bit to make room for foreign tracks.

I have a question for you: The extras on the Zone A disk of mine are NTSC, and I have my BD set to output NTSC content as NTSC, so why does it have terrible judder on the UT50. Can the NZ 2012 Panasonic plasmas not handle NTSC? It says it's receiving a 60Hz signal and it's refreshing at 60Hz, so what's it's problem?

Are you sure that it doesn't come with an LPCM track.  Sometimes some of the audio tracks are not listed in the menu.   You can press the audio button whilst the movie is playing to see what other audio tracks are available.

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 750319 24-Jan-2013 16:57 Send private message

My NZ Casino Royale Collectors Edition (2-disc set) does not have an LPCM track, only Dolby True HD 5.1

The CR from the UK boxset has DTS HD 5.1.

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