Hi Sjors,Hi Skyhook,
Just a curious question.... The one on the right is it the 300m Tuna Can? It looks great!
interesting, I also have about 200 laserdiscs still left in my collection. may I ask what LD it is you are talking about?And I thought I got an awesome Laserdisc deal which is limited to 400 copies worldwide:roll:
you can bet. even with todays giant DVD market there are some LD's that outperform the sound quality of DVD's with ease. the picture quality of a DVD is (usually) clearly better, but when it comes down to sound, oh boy...You're a Laser fan too! yay i got someone with similar interest!:gold
that's right dude, I doubt Blu-rays and HD-DVDs can acheive that kind of standard in sound quality, all that uncompressed PCM/Dolby True HD audio BS don't really move me, I mean you should hear DTS LDs, they will blow you away! And you'll never get sick of it! But it would really be awesome to view LOTR and Harry Potter movies in High-Definition videoyou can bet. even with todays giant DVD market there are some LD's that outperform the sound quality of DVD's with ease. the picture quality of a DVD is (usually) clearly better, but when it comes down to sound, oh boy...
I think my most rare and preciuos LD is "WOW", the official THX demo test disc released by lucasfilm in the beginning/mid 90's. people are still very impressed when I show them this disc in my HT.
hi pete,Many people actually prefer that the lume dot is on the opposite side. Here's the reason...when you are in the dark and you have the lume pointed on the end of the long side, it can often get lost in the markers of the dial. When the second hand lume dot is on the short hand side, it makes it much easier to instantly read the time in the dark. I've often had to stare at a dial in the dark an extra couple of seconds because I can't figure out if a glowing dot is a dial marker or the second hand.
hi sjors,Isn't it strange you can record 2 hours of movie on a DVD, but a retail DVD conain sometimes over 4 hours extra's?