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Old 06-20-07, 09:00 AM
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Jurassic Park DTS?

Any one know where i can find Jurassic Park dts? Does not matter region it is. Thanks for your help.
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eBay? Half.com?
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Amazon or ebay wuld be your best bet. Just looked on Amazon Marketplace, theres some good deals to be had there, as long as you dont mind that the DVD is used.
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I wasn't even aware it was OOP.
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Some BestBuys seem to still have this issue on their discount racks for $9.99.
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Keep an eye out. It might be a good idea to pick up a used one since there's reportedly some issues with the first DTS pressing. If you locate the proper pressing, it's got a bit more punch than the standard collector's edition. There's specific disc numbering for the corrected version, but I cannot recall those numbers.

http://forum.dvdtalk.com/showthread.php?t=335162
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I think i saw one at a local gamestop store used.

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The Exchange program is still going on if you get a bum DTS disc:

Jurassic Park Exchange Program
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Taken from dvdcompare.net:

GENERAL NOTES:
First pressings of the R1 DTS DVD version of Jurassic Park featured a defective 5.1 audio track. Universal has corrected sound and re-pressed the disc. The new pressing of this disc is now starting to appear in stores.
Unfortunately, there is no way to identify the new disc from its packaging alone. THE ONLY SURE WAY TO IDENTIFY THE FIXED VERSION IS BY THE NUMBERS ON THE INSIDE RING OF THE ACTUAL DISC. The FIXED disc will read: PEMC-D2R2. The earlier defective pressings should read either PEMC-D2R0 or PEMC-D2R1.
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I'll sell you mine for 1millllllllllllllion dollars.
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I thought that one way to check to see if you had a corrected disc was if it has a red technical specs grid on the back of the case, as opposed to black. Mine has a red grid and sounds fine (plenty of bass).
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Originally Posted by Tek
Some BestBuys seem to still have this issue on their discount racks for $9.99.
My copy is one of the BB discounted disks I mentioned above.
It is a Collector's Edition, and has the referenced "Red Grid Spec-Box" on the back cover.
Neither of the specified markings (ie: PEMC-D2R2) appear anywhere in the "hub" area, or elsewhere on the media or case.
However, it contains both DD & DTS tracks.
The DTS track is jaw-dropping with gut-humming bass.

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