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*** you already have access to an LPCM 2.0 track from the DVD-A side of the disc, yet you're frustrated that you can't access a separate, but probably identical, LPCM 2.0 track on the DVD-V side of that same disc. ***

the disc back cover advertises "2 high resolution stereo tracks", so i'm not sure these are identical - would be interesting to do a bit by bit comparison.

there's a possibility that the LPCM track on the DVD-Video section may not be watermarked, if so then yes, i would be frustrated at not being able to access it easily.

*** that would be a DVD-V player with an audio selection button. ;) ***

No, you are still not listening, or evading the issue. We are specifically talking about the ability of a player to switch between DVD-Video and DVD-Audio content on the same disc, without using a display. That would NOT be using an audio selection button.

*** if the DVD-V side audio content is referenced by a DVD-A group ***

According to Neil Wilkes, in a previous post, this is impossible. The content needs to be duplicated, not referenced. Personally, I'm not sure, I thought it was possible too, but then I defer to Neil since he authors DVD-A for a living!


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