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Old 01-24-2016, 07:46 AM   #2141
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Sorry if its been asked, but does the dialogue on the Blu sound low to anyone else? I kept having to turn it up then turn it back down. I'd say mostly during the scene where Betty and Rita are talking about making the anonymous phone call about the accident. I probably just need to go to Beltone.

Other than that, it looks great and I love how Criterion kept from adding a scene select option.
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Seeing this projected on 35mm, should be great. Never saw a Lynch film in theaters before, though I was plenty old enough to see Inland Empire first time out.
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Hi. Newbie here, I just joined to ask this question. I just got a copy of the Criterion Blu Ray, ordered from Amazon. However, it is not letterboxed, despite the claimed 1.85 aspect ratio. Also, every once in a while, these three horizontal lighter stripes flash up, especially on the left side of the screen. I saw artifacts mentioned above but this is much worse than that.



(Phone snapshot from paused image. This is from the crash scene at the beginning, but these stripes flash up, for a frame or so, throughout the movie.)

Do these problems appear in all copies? They seem so bizarre, that I wonder if Amazon is now selling pirated discs. I guess my question is, whether to return the disc to Amazon to get another copy, or just get a refund and wait for a new Blu Ray release. I've had the DVD for ages, I can wait some more.
I've got the same problem! Watching it on my Kuro and no other blu reacts like this, I have to seriously drop the sharpness to stop it from being distracting and by that time it resembles the Studio Canal release. Anyone got solutions for this?
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I just watched 'Mulholland Dr" last night. I had small black bars at top and bottom and never noticed any horizontal lines.

FWIW, I have adjusted my 75" Vizio 4K display for no overscan on any side.

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I've got the same problem! Watching it on my Kuro and no other blu reacts like this, I have to seriously drop the sharpness to stop it from being distracting and by that time it resembles the Studio Canal release. Anyone got solutions for this?
The solution as posted in this thread earlier is to turn off artificial sharpening. This isn't a problem unique to this disc, but it is fairly rare, and is just a case of some settings on TVs not jiving with the disc. Some other guy was posting earlier about how his 4k tv has a few different settings that can cause crap like this, so he often had to adjust certain settings to compensate for certain discs.

If you don't feel like turning it off temporarily, you're just out of luck here I guess.
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