Six channel or two channel sound on DVD?

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by cydeweys@gmail.com, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. Guest

    So I have a DVD9 that I'm ripping to a single-layer disc. It has audio
    available in AC-3/2 and AC-3/6 (two-channel and six-channel). I'm
    inclined to go with the six-channel, but there is also the chance that
    I'll be playing this DVD on just a regular old TV without a speaker
    system. Will the 6-channel audio gracefully scale down to two
    speakers, or will the AC-3/2 be better in this regard and hence should
    be left in? Thanks!
     
    , Oct 9, 2005
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  2. kaydigi Guest

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    > So I have a DVD9 that I'm ripping to a single-layer disc. It has audio
    > available in AC-3/2 and AC-3/6 (two-channel and six-channel). I'm
    > inclined to go with the six-channel, but there is also the chance that
    > I'll be playing this DVD on just a regular old TV without a speaker
    > system. Will the 6-channel audio gracefully scale down to two
    > speakers, or will the AC-3/2 be better in this regard and hence should
    > be left in? Thanks!
    >


    Wouldn't it be easier to rip it twice just in case?
     
    kaydigi, Oct 10, 2005
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