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HD Discusson: FX (Channel 248)


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#151 OFFLINE   Poochie

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Posted 30 December 2007 - 01:57 AM

I watched "I, Robot" on F/X HD last night and it was the best-looking broadcast HD that I have ever seen. However the audio was strange - while the surround sound was very aggressive, I think that the front left and right channels were coming out of the rear speakers, and vice versa. (The center channel was fine.) Did anyone notice this or did it sound correct to you? Most of the commercials during this program had strong use of all audio channels - my A/V receiver detected a Dolby Digital track throughout - maybe F/X is doubling the front channels in the rear channels or something?

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