Not sure if I'm even putting this in the right place, but I have a retail copy of Dragon Ball Z Season 1 Remastered.
However, I've had it for a few years now, and when playing one of the episodes, the American audio plays the Japanese one simultaneously.
I don't believe it was like this when I first got it, and as stated, it's too old to be taken back now. It's only one episode, and clears up on the next one.
Cheers for any help.
Edit: I should clarify that it's not just a set playback program which causes this issue. It can be a DVD player, WMP, or even a Xbox 360. They all seem to retain it.
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Last edited by TheCoza; 20th Mar 2013 at 03:09.
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To clarify: it is not possible under either the CD spec, the DVD-Video spec, the DVD-Audio spec, the SACD spec or the BDMV/BJ-J spec for a software or device to simultaneously play 2 tracks (not counting out-of-mux popup sounds in BD here, just the main streams). So if you are hearing 2 languages, it's because they're on the same track.
Hopefully, like Baldrick says, they're on different speaker channels. If so, you can rip + demux + process the audio + remux + reauthor to get where you want (though there will be some very minor loss in the processing/re-encoding).
If they're on the same channel, you're out-of-luck.
Are you SURE these are legit retail discs? It doesn't sound like it.