Well, then D-Box needed to do a better job at their 2011 CES demo. They were asked if a "live" internet connection were necessary. All the D-Box people said "The cues are on the disc."
I specifically asked that question to the guy running the demo.
Their own website(which is apparently wrong) still states the codes are imbedded in more and more movies/games.
So, Retarbus, if you want to harp about D-Box...write them a letter.
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