Sound Quality from DVD to Blu-Ray

timbo999

New member
Oct 2, 2011
59
0
0
Visit site
We just watched Adele at the Royal Albert Hall on the BBC, mind blowing.

So, I just googled and found the full show on DVD and blu-ray. Now I have a capable amp and 5.1 speaker setup and a DVD player. I'd like a new Blu-Ray player. Now the Adele show is available on DVD which is in Dolby Digital 5.1 and Blu-Ray and I don't know what it's in. Will the Blu-Ray sound quality be better?

Im currently connected via HDMI cables so so they wouldn't be upgraded.

Will the sound be any different?
 

landzw

New member
Jun 9, 2009
281
0
0
Visit site
Yes the blu ray will sound better , its one of the things that hits you with blu ray first though they they still try putting the picture first, even watching HD stuff through SKY i can notice the difference
 
The blu ray package says "Dolby Digital" on the outside, which is same as the DVD.

But actually, it is DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1. So the difference is quite significant.

To fit to DVD, more amount of audio compression is done as compared to blu ray resulting in loss of detail.
 
A

Anonymous

Guest
Yes it is little difficult to mark the difference of audio quality between a DVD and Blue ray. But i had read somewhere that blue ray is able to provide better audio quality because of its high bandwidth and lossless audio.

cd replication Los Angeles
 

TRENDING THREADS