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Old August 25 2013, 05:57 AM   #45
Warped9
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Re: Old Star Trek TOS DVD's

Not everyone immediately jumps onto the "gotta have the latest thing 'cause it's SOOO much better" wagon. As has been stated above I, too, first watched TOS on grainy b&w then colour (with grain) then VHS and then remastered onto DVD in the clamshell sets. I bought my Blu-Ray player about a year and some ago, but did not see the need to immediately buy TOS on BD because there were other things of priority. I have since bought films on BD, but not in replacement of anything I already have.

The gain in resolution ans sound isn't sufficiently great to justify the expense of buying something I already own and am satisfied with. The improvement of DVD over VHS was startling. It is not as startling going from DVD to BD.
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