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Audio problems with the bluray?


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Initial post: Dec 28, 2009 9:56:12 PM PST
Christopher says:
Anyone else notice a really inconsistent mix on the bluray? The Universal logo comes up unusually quiet, then there are parts of ADR dialogue that are so drastically different sounding than the rest of the dialogue. At other times the sound gets a little quiet for no apparent reason. Whoever approved of this mix was asleep on the job...

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 30, 2009 8:57:46 PM PST
J. Clark says:
yes same problem here. the audio kept cutting in and out. softer and louder. it was very hard to hear the dialogue at some parts

Posted on Dec 30, 2009 9:26:57 PM PST
bclark99 says:
Wow, I thought something was wrong with my BluRay player. It was THAT bad. According to this article, the audio problem goes clear back to the theatrical version, and is not a transfer issue.

http://www.ascully.com/blu-ray-reviews/public-enemies/

What a crock... At least my blu-ray player isn't broken!

Posted on Mar 23, 2010 7:41:43 PM PDT
Just watched Public Enemies on a brand-new Samsung BD-C6500 and had exactly the same kind of audio problems I am reading here. The audio was in-and-out, sometimes inaudible, other times way too hot. It was so bad that I basically watched the film with the sound nearly turned-off.

Posted on Sep 21, 2010 9:05:19 AM PDT
This is funny because I thought the same thing. My wife was reading a book at the time and after the first 15 minutes she asked if the sound editing guy decided to take a break while making this movie. It hit a point where I had to turn the subtitles on because if I had it loud enough to hear what they were saying, the gun sounds would wake up my daughter and startle the dog. If I got the gun sounds right, the voices were barely audible. It was annoying. The film was great but the sound on the blu-ray was REALLY bad.
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