Alright, I did it. I bought a new Laserdisc Player!

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  1. SickNick89

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    The Carrie track is a little dry but still worth a listen.
     
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    fair enough.
     
  4. elahrairrah

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    Always good to read about those who appreciate Laserdiscs enough to keep acquiring the hardware to keep watching them. And also easy to ignore those who try to make fun of the technology when they've never actually seen it in play. I've wowed quite a few DVD aficionados when I showed them Jurassic Park in DTS or Saving Private Ryan in Dolby Digital when they didn't think the technology was worth anything.

    Also helps that the Import Pioneer CLD-R7G I picked up a couple years ago makes my LDs look better than I've ever seen (even compared to my old Elite CLD-79.)

    Here, here! 'Swhy I had hoped Pioneer never axed plans for this:

    http://laservideodisc.tripod.com/advancedlaservisionformats/id1.html

    How awesome would that have been?
     

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