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jonam

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  1. No prob Nube, interesting to see what these measure at least..also a kick in the teeth for you to watch them again and see how the Brosnan films fare today.
  2. No, there was something boomy about it..terrible..it was taken from the original DVD master from 1999 without any thought of mixing it properly. It is hard to believe that this film was 1995! 19 yrs ago! Seems like the other day Brosnan became Bond. Still I prefer Dalton to him.
  3. Any chance of trying some of the Bond movies, recently watched Goldeneye and there appears to be something wrong,completely wrong with the entire track and that includes the bass. Appears they may have used the master from the 1999 DVD. Bass is boomy and muddy. I believe Lowry or whoever did this has messed up on this popular Bond movie. Top films, Pierce Brosnan Goldeneye Tomorrow Never Dies The World is Not Enough Die Another Day Timothy Dalton The Living Daylights Licence To Kill Roger Moore The Spy Who Loved Me Moonraker For Your Eyes Only Octopussy A View To A Kill George Lazenby On Her Majesty's Secret Service (Appears there could be some low end during the avalanche scene near the end as this had been filmed in stereo, the first Bond film to use the technology) Sean Connery Never Say Never Again You Only Live Twice Will be Interesting to see the measurements for the Brosnan movies, wonder if Lowry has done a good job, Tomorrow Never Dies sounded explosive mostly in the mids.
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