Thanks for clearing that up!
Thought I heard of some issue with it still sounding too bright compared to most hardware decoders, but quick googling shows praise. Probably a solid option if a cinema processor isn't available to do things properly.
Dolby B is not compatible with Dolby A. And if I remember right, Satin has some issues with how it decodes.
Just rewatched the Grindhouse and I have a question about audio. These prints would have originally had Dolby Stereo Lt/Rt audio encoded with Dolby A on the optical track, correct? It sounds as if the grindhouse version had not been put through the Dolby A processing when captured, is that just my ears or is that the case? Also, for the final release will you include both the Lt/Rt tracks and the decoded matrix or just the Lt/Rt?