Ac3 5.1 DVDRip Dual Castellano-English
Those who wish to watch on a home theater will need an optical 5.1 DVD-A decoder. Any 5.1 DVD-A decoder should work, assuming that it is within the key parameters, but if you see warnings that 5.1 is not supported, don’t try it. If the movie your choice plays back at Full-screen no matter the aspect ratio, then a 4:3 television will just not be able to take advantage of it. If you did try it and you didn’t get the picture you wanted, then you need to go back to High-Def 2.0. The contrast between the nice picture on the silver disc and the crappy picture on the gray disc is quite noticeable. It would have been better for the gray disc to have had a High-Def 2.0 video track on it instead of a DVD-A if it wanted to be about the same quality as the silver disc.
For really slow people as well as those with weak eyes, you can also watch on a high quality television using closed captioning. This will give you subtitles in English (and sometimes also in other number of languages: French, Spanish, Portuguese, Czech, and Polish. I do not believe there is a way to turn it on or off in the menus. I also do not think it really offers any improvement to the picture. The subtitles were a feature of the Special Edition DVD, so it just comes on whenever the subtitles are on the movie.