Thor Ragnarok 4K Blu Ray is disappointing

Not sure if anyone has picked this up. But this is what I found on my copy.

So over the weekend we picked up Thor. We threw it in last night and what a disappointment this disc is. The sound is Dolby Atmos but is uses almost no height channels at all. Also the LFE is not used to the point my subs turned off once in the movie.
We usually run a movie like this around-15 to-20. We had this cranked to -8 to hear anything. It feels like this was compressed transfer for sure.
We decided to throw in Men in Black 4K after an hour of viewing it was so bad. Now that’s a well done disc.
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  • FestYboyFestYboy Posts: 3,263
    I'll have to watch it again with the "new" AVR and evaluate. First time watching, the audio wasn't set properly.
  • dolbyddolbyd Posts: 309
    nbrowser wrote: »
    Kinda unrelated...the Men In Black disc...did it come from the recent trilogy reissue in 4K? I know that's got at least two different boxes....if it did could you maybe post a pic of it so I can go buy it? :)
    Yes from the trilogy reissue. Well worth getting.
    I will get you a pic of the set later today.
    Main room- RTiA9 x4, CSiA6, in ceiling Atmos RT-70 x4, SVS PC 4000 x2, Marantz 7704, OPPO 203, Emotiva DR3 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-2 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-5 Gen2, Emotiva X150, Sony 75" 940E, Panasonic Plasma VT50,PS Audio Power Port X2, Perfect Wave AC-5 x5, Douglas jumpers, SVS Ultra speaker cables, Transparent IC, Furman PFi20, SoildSteel S4-4 rack

    Office-LS90s, CS350LS , in ceiling Polk RC80i, SVS PC 2000, Marantz 5010, OPPO 203, Emotiva X300, Sony 48"

    Master BR- LSi7, LSiC, LSI700 in ceiling, SVS-PC 2000, Marantz SR5012, Adcom 7500, OPPO 203, Pioneer DVL-919 Laser Disc, Sony 55" 800B

    Workout room- RT2000P, CS1000P, Pioneer Elite SC81, OPPO 103, Panasonic Plasma VT 42"

    Patio- SDI Atrium8 x3, Emotiva A-100 amps x3

    Storage room at this time- Infinity Kappa 600, Kappa Center
  • dolbyddolbyd Posts: 309
    FestYboy wrote: »
    I'll have to watch it again with the "new" AVR and evaluate. First time watching, the audio wasn't set properly.

    Let us know what you think.
    I found myself checking every setting 10 minutes into the movie. It almost sounds like it was in a night viewing mode. Just flat.

    Main room- RTiA9 x4, CSiA6, in ceiling Atmos RT-70 x4, SVS PC 4000 x2, Marantz 7704, OPPO 203, Emotiva DR3 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-2 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-5 Gen2, Emotiva X150, Sony 75" 940E, Panasonic Plasma VT50,PS Audio Power Port X2, Perfect Wave AC-5 x5, Douglas jumpers, SVS Ultra speaker cables, Transparent IC, Furman PFi20, SoildSteel S4-4 rack

    Office-LS90s, CS350LS , in ceiling Polk RC80i, SVS PC 2000, Marantz 5010, OPPO 203, Emotiva X300, Sony 48"

    Master BR- LSi7, LSiC, LSI700 in ceiling, SVS-PC 2000, Marantz SR5012, Adcom 7500, OPPO 203, Pioneer DVL-919 Laser Disc, Sony 55" 800B

    Workout room- RT2000P, CS1000P, Pioneer Elite SC81, OPPO 103, Panasonic Plasma VT 42"

    Patio- SDI Atrium8 x3, Emotiva A-100 amps x3

    Storage room at this time- Infinity Kappa 600, Kappa Center
  • EmlynEmlyn Posts: 2,191
    I don't have that one or plan to get it, but the review on Blu-Ray.com also says the soundtrack is clear but lacks dynamics.
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  • dolbyddolbyd Posts: 309
    Emlyn wrote: »
    I don't have that one or plan to get it, but the review on Blu-Ray.com also says the soundtrack is clear but lacks dynamics.
    I would agree with that assessment.
    My wife joked that we downgraded to a sound bar last night when watching it.
    I guess I will load this on the iPad for my next flight. No reason to watch it on the home system.
    Main room- RTiA9 x4, CSiA6, in ceiling Atmos RT-70 x4, SVS PC 4000 x2, Marantz 7704, OPPO 203, Emotiva DR3 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-2 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-5 Gen2, Emotiva X150, Sony 75" 940E, Panasonic Plasma VT50,PS Audio Power Port X2, Perfect Wave AC-5 x5, Douglas jumpers, SVS Ultra speaker cables, Transparent IC, Furman PFi20, SoildSteel S4-4 rack

    Office-LS90s, CS350LS , in ceiling Polk RC80i, SVS PC 2000, Marantz 5010, OPPO 203, Emotiva X300, Sony 48"

    Master BR- LSi7, LSiC, LSI700 in ceiling, SVS-PC 2000, Marantz SR5012, Adcom 7500, OPPO 203, Pioneer DVL-919 Laser Disc, Sony 55" 800B

    Workout room- RT2000P, CS1000P, Pioneer Elite SC81, OPPO 103, Panasonic Plasma VT 42"

    Patio- SDI Atrium8 x3, Emotiva A-100 amps x3

    Storage room at this time- Infinity Kappa 600, Kappa Center
  • dolbyddolbyd Posts: 309
    nbrowser wrote: »
    dolbyd wrote: »
    nbrowser wrote: »
    Kinda unrelated...the Men In Black disc...did it come from the recent trilogy reissue in 4K? I know that's got at least two different boxes....if it did could you maybe post a pic of it so I can go buy it? :)
    Yes from the trilogy reissue. Well worth getting.
    I will get you a pic of the set later today.

    Thank you sir, much appreciated!

    MIB pics as promised.

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    Main room- RTiA9 x4, CSiA6, in ceiling Atmos RT-70 x4, SVS PC 4000 x2, Marantz 7704, OPPO 203, Emotiva DR3 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-2 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-5 Gen2, Emotiva X150, Sony 75" 940E, Panasonic Plasma VT50,PS Audio Power Port X2, Perfect Wave AC-5 x5, Douglas jumpers, SVS Ultra speaker cables, Transparent IC, Furman PFi20, SoildSteel S4-4 rack

    Office-LS90s, CS350LS , in ceiling Polk RC80i, SVS PC 2000, Marantz 5010, OPPO 203, Emotiva X300, Sony 48"

    Master BR- LSi7, LSiC, LSI700 in ceiling, SVS-PC 2000, Marantz SR5012, Adcom 7500, OPPO 203, Pioneer DVL-919 Laser Disc, Sony 55" 800B

    Workout room- RT2000P, CS1000P, Pioneer Elite SC81, OPPO 103, Panasonic Plasma VT 42"

    Patio- SDI Atrium8 x3, Emotiva A-100 amps x3

    Storage room at this time- Infinity Kappa 600, Kappa Center
  • dolbyddolbyd Posts: 309
    nbrowser wrote: »
    @dolbyd thank you! That's the one I can get locally here. Will be picking it up tonight on my way home from work. Always love me a good soundtrack and I've got the rig to play it.

    Great glad its available. Enjoy!
    Main room- RTiA9 x4, CSiA6, in ceiling Atmos RT-70 x4, SVS PC 4000 x2, Marantz 7704, OPPO 203, Emotiva DR3 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-2 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-5 Gen2, Emotiva X150, Sony 75" 940E, Panasonic Plasma VT50,PS Audio Power Port X2, Perfect Wave AC-5 x5, Douglas jumpers, SVS Ultra speaker cables, Transparent IC, Furman PFi20, SoildSteel S4-4 rack

    Office-LS90s, CS350LS , in ceiling Polk RC80i, SVS PC 2000, Marantz 5010, OPPO 203, Emotiva X300, Sony 48"

    Master BR- LSi7, LSiC, LSI700 in ceiling, SVS-PC 2000, Marantz SR5012, Adcom 7500, OPPO 203, Pioneer DVL-919 Laser Disc, Sony 55" 800B

    Workout room- RT2000P, CS1000P, Pioneer Elite SC81, OPPO 103, Panasonic Plasma VT 42"

    Patio- SDI Atrium8 x3, Emotiva A-100 amps x3

    Storage room at this time- Infinity Kappa 600, Kappa Center
  • ThortonThorton Posts: 1,154
    Emlyn wrote: »
    I don't have that one or plan to get it, but the review on Blu-Ray.com also says the soundtrack is clear but lacks dynamics.

    Watched this last weekend and have to agree. Kind-of a letdown for this caliber of a movie.
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  • mantismantis Posts: 15,195
    Thats a shame, I really liked that movie and I picked it up in 4k. I have not watched it at home yet.
    Dan
    My personal quest is to save to world of bad audio, one thread at a time.
  • dolbyddolbyd Posts: 309
    What I don't get is the Menu comes up at reference volume and the movie is flat.
    4K transfer looks good. Its sad the audio is so bad.
    Main room- RTiA9 x4, CSiA6, in ceiling Atmos RT-70 x4, SVS PC 4000 x2, Marantz 7704, OPPO 203, Emotiva DR3 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-2 Gen3, Emotiva XPA-5 Gen2, Emotiva X150, Sony 75" 940E, Panasonic Plasma VT50,PS Audio Power Port X2, Perfect Wave AC-5 x5, Douglas jumpers, SVS Ultra speaker cables, Transparent IC, Furman PFi20, SoildSteel S4-4 rack

    Office-LS90s, CS350LS , in ceiling Polk RC80i, SVS PC 2000, Marantz 5010, OPPO 203, Emotiva X300, Sony 48"

    Master BR- LSi7, LSiC, LSI700 in ceiling, SVS-PC 2000, Marantz SR5012, Adcom 7500, OPPO 203, Pioneer DVL-919 Laser Disc, Sony 55" 800B

    Workout room- RT2000P, CS1000P, Pioneer Elite SC81, OPPO 103, Panasonic Plasma VT 42"

    Patio- SDI Atrium8 x3, Emotiva A-100 amps x3

    Storage room at this time- Infinity Kappa 600, Kappa Center
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