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Old Yesterday, 01:31 AM   #621
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I imagine the best way to tell would be to look at what indicator shows up on your AV receiver. Or if you have a way to activate an on-screen display of what your blu-ray player is outputting (96 KHz or 48 KHz).
I don't have a receiver and I'm not sure that my TV will show me what the blu-ray player is outputting.

There's no info about this on the disc or the digibook.

...so am I just doomed to never know for sure which version I have?
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I don't have a receiver and I'm not sure that my TV will show me what the blu-ray player is outputting.



There's no info about this on the disc or the digibook.



...so am I just doomed to never know for sure which version I have?
http://forum.blu-ray.com/showpost.php?p=8723148

Or...

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showpost.ph...&postcount=518

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The Original disc with Dolby TrueHD 48kHz:
(511743) 7000042740.1 01E, (511744) 7000042740.1 01E

The Replacement disc with Dolby TrueHD 96kHz:
(516370) 7000042740.2 01E, (516371) 7000042740.2 01E


Can't find any of these numbers on the discs or the digibook.
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FWIW, The one I received from Amazon on 7-25-15 has a gold round sticker marked 'Dolby TrueHD Advanced 96k upsampling 4000043883' stuck on the front lower right hand corner of the outer wrapping along with a red square '30th Ann. debut ....4000041940' sticker on the front lower left hand corner.

The disc 'numbers' are on the two 'rings' on its backside, which are slightly different from those in an earlier post [in red]:

outer ring: IPILV80 (516370) 7000042740.2 03E 060001
inner ring: IPILV78 (516371) 7000042740.2 02E 020001

It also came with several fingerprints, a fair amount of dust and two smears that look like they might be from a rag, so guessing the disc was swapped in and re-wrapped/stickered, which was apparently tight enough to 'crush'/double crease the upper corner of the front cover, but Amazon wouldn't replace it even though their packaging could have contributed to, or maybe been, the cause. Rather disappointing since they use to make good on any damage of this type.

Note too that the back cover is a paper printout slapped on with a thick blob of glue to the back of a very nice looking, though much different, picture, printing on the book's hard cover. As is, it needs extra space on the shelf to slide it in without potential damage of the print

Anybody have any experience removing the glue/paper without damaging/staining them?

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