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#52722
Topic
Bootleg DVDs
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TR47 totally cannot compare with the real DVD from EndorForest.com, because the DVD from EndorForest is a state of the art masterpiece. The DVD has been printed (stamp) by the same machine which produce the SE version, some of you who didn't know about it, for your info, most of the DVD released in the States were printed in Asia. That is how the movie industry stay alive during the economic crisis. Cut cost.... cut cost.... that is how they can still make money, if it were to be printed in US, I think the it won't cost you the price you can buy it.

"Next target wil be you on the planet earth"
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#52721
Topic
OT bootleg DVD reviews
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For those who does not have The Definitive Collection Laser Disc, I think the best option is to get the The Definitive Collection DVD.
The bonus material included in The Definitive Collection is something you won't get in the SE version. As for the audio and visual quality, it is as good as the laser disc copy, but some how for us who always look at digital DVD and listen to the DTS audio track, we may feel that the analog is not so up to expectation, and also the Dolby 2.0 and 5.1 audio track, just don't seem satisfactory. What can we do, the films was made during 1970's and 80's, that is the best they have during that time.
I myself just got one copy from www.endorforest.com, it's only $29.99 for a set, what big deal if George Lucas don't want to release them as he may think the small portion of us can't make him go richer.

"The next target will be earth!"
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#52665
Topic
Bootleg DVDs
Time
For those who does not have The Definitive Collection Laser Disc, I think the best option is to get the The Definitive Collection DVD.
The bonus material included in The Definitive Collection is something you won't get in the SE version. As for the audio and visual quality, it is as good as the laser disc copy, but some how for us who always look at digital DVD and listen to the DTS audio track, we may feel that the analog is not so up to expectation, and also the Dolby 2.0 and 5.1 audio track, just don't seem satisfactory. What can we do, the films was made during 1970's and 80's, that is the best they have during that time.
I myself just got one copy from www.endorforest.com, it's only $29.99 for a set, what big deal if George Lucas don't want to release them as he may think the small portion of us can't make him go richer.

"The next target will be earth!"