Ask the citizens and visitors to Manchester, Tennessee what "Bonnaroo" means and you will get an assortment of answers. But one thing
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits a picture that has been sourced from a variety of film and video formats, resulting in images that can be generally satisfying to downright poor. Don
The 5.1 audio tracks feature, as might be expected, an aggressively spatial soundstage presence. The surround and LFE channels are ever-present throughout and prominent in activity. The vocals predominate from the front left and right channels. Overall, fidelity is quite good, with fairly balanced tonality. Though there is certainly a lot to offer from the LFE channel, low-frequency content can seem somewhat reserved. The Dolby
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