Not quite - casualty of war. The long running and bloody battle with DTS has claimed many lives. My Razr is apparently one of them.
Through my Rube Goldberg battle plan, DTS is converted to AC3 5.1, then put through Handbrake wherein the DRC can be employed to bring the voices up and the explosions down. I have no need for 5.1, but AC3 2.0 behaves better in an MKV for the final Xmedia Recode normalization. I completely forgot the Razr don't do AC3 in any flavor. That's sad because so far every other device is seeing relief from the scourge of DTS with it's AC3 replacement while still in Direct Play with decent audio levels attained... finally.
It's working so well - the audio will have to be transcoded for the Razr for the time being. Verizon REALLY wants me to pay a lot of money and upgrade that Razr, but my plan is quite different from their plan. Soon, they will stop supporting that Razr and make me an offer I can't refuse with a 'free' (or almost free) unit. I got the Razr free after I ignored them long enough for them to stop supporting the G-Zone. Verizon are creatures of habit and also very predictable. They'd rather give me a free phone they support than have me leave them for somebody else that will.
As we all know, Cell Phone Carriers are like your Internet Provider in the sense they are nothing more than common criminals. They employ tools other than a Saturday Night Special and a Tire Iron to rob you, but you're getting robbed none the less. I refuse to go gentle into that good night however. I go - kicking and screaming - and I usually get a free phone out of the deal for my efforts.
Any time now my plan will bear fruit. Until then I'll have to put up with an audio transcode. Worse things can happen I suppose. A video transcode would be much, much worse. Thank GAWD I don't have to put up with any of those. I could see that. I can't really hear any difference while I'm sitting on the porch catching up on Fargo while choking down that Lucky Strike.