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Mukhtar Guriev
Mukhtar Guriev

Sony Str D911 Review

Q Inthe DVD movie review in Secrets, it was mentioned that"Goldeneye" has anamorphic/letterbox and pan &scan. In the review itself, it was mentioned, "you areprompted with a screen that asks you if you would like awidescreen image (layer 2) or pan & scan (layer 1)." Somy question is this: where is the letterbox version? Surely itmust have been embedded SEPARATELY on either layer 1 or 2. Theletterbox format can't be the same as widescreen/anamorphic.There must be at least 3 different options for the format, not 2,right?A You must tell the DVD player what type if TV youhave, i.e., 4:3 or 16:9. If you have a 4:3 TV, then the DVDplayer will "unsqueeze" the anamorphic picture andformat it for your TV. If you have a 16:9 TV, you will be shownthe anamorphic image, and your TV will have to unsqueeze it usingthe "Full" mode.Some DVDs do not contain the anamorphic image, just the standardletterbox version. In this case, when using a 16:9 TV, you willhave to use the "Zoom" mode. A good example of a DVDthat is not recorded in the anamorphic mode is "MortalKombat."

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Q Thanksfor the interesting review of the DTS decoder. My questionapplies to people who are primarily interested in the >2channel sound from CDs rather than cinema. How do I integrate a5.1 system with an existing high-end hi-fi system withoutcompromising the sound?. There must be some way to connectbetween the preamp and amp but I can't see how to do it withoutALL sources running through extra links to the DTS/AC3 processorsALL the time. Purists would feel this will affect the sound.A You can run the front left/right channels(two-channel stereo) through a tape loop. This will give you CDplayer to preamp to power amp connections when playing regularCDs, and surround sound when you want to have the CDs using thesurround sound system. When the tape loop is turned off, thesignal will not be passed through the surround sound decoders.When the tape loop is turned on, the front left/right of thesurround sound output will be passed back through your preamp.

Home Sony STRDH190 Best Review in 2023Contents show1The design2Features2.1Excellent amplification2.2Powerful2.3Inputs and connectivity2.4Accessories3Sound4Pros5Cons6VerdictDisclaimer: Links in the table below and some throughout the article could be affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. That's how we review products on Zero to Drum.If you are looking for a high-quality, inexpensive receiver for traditional turntables, the Sony STRDH190 is a good choice. This is one of the most popular products considering that it comes from a reputable brand. 041b061a72


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