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PostPosted: Fri Nov 28, 2008 2:07 am 
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When will something be coming to us like canyon dreams? I wish I had a copy of it today but blue ray is the way!


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When will something be coming to us like canyon dreams? I wish I had a copy of it today but blue ray is the way!


hmm, like the idea. But I guess that is only for the A-movies. But I agree it should be fun.


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I think, of all the DVDs, Canyon Dreams is the most ripe for remastering. I loved the CD and only have the VHS otherwise. The DVD is apparently a poor remaster of the VHS original.
was it ever available on Laserdisc?

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I think, of all the DVDs, Canyon Dreams is the most ripe for remastering. I loved the CD and only have the VHS otherwise. The DVD is apparently a poor remaster of the VHS original.
was it ever available on Laserdisc?



Im sure I read somewhere the other day that it was available on Laser Disc at some point


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I think, of all the DVDs, Canyon Dreams is the most ripe for remastering. I loved the CD and only have the VHS otherwise. The DVD is apparently a poor remaster of the VHS original.
was it ever available on Laserdisc?



Im sure I read somewhere the other day that it was available on Laser Disc at some point


Yes it most definitely was 8)

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was it ever made available in a wide-screen format?


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Wow on TD on Blu-ray Disc Sweet. :D





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billythefish wrote:
I think, of all the DVDs, Canyon Dreams is the most ripe for remastering. I loved the CD and only have the VHS otherwise. The DVD is apparently a poor remaster of the VHS original.
was it ever available on Laserdisc?


Yep I agree with you. The dvd isn't much better than the video. It is a really poor remaster. Cannot think that Edgar has something to do with it.


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Who recommends this Blue Ray format ?

My DVD player decided it has had enough of TD and Motorhead DVD's and promptly died on Wednesday eve so Im looking for a new player !


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Who recommends this Blue Ray format ?

My DVD player decided it has had enough of TD and Motorhead DVD's and promptly died on Wednesday eve so Im looking for a new player !


find a BR player that upscales your normal DVDs mate

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Who recommends this Blue Ray format ?

My DVD player decided it has had enough of TD and Motorhead DVD's and promptly died on Wednesday eve so Im looking for a new player !


find a BR player that upscales your normal DVDs mate


Upscales ? Do you mean enhances the quality of std DVD ? 8)


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Who recommends this Blue Ray format ?

My DVD player decided it has had enough of TD and Motorhead DVD's and promptly died on Wednesday eve so Im looking for a new player !


find a BR player that upscales your normal DVDs mate


Upscales ? Do you mean enhances the quality of std DVD ? 8)


yes...to nearish BR standard

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24db wrote:
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24db wrote:
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Who recommends this Blue Ray format ?

My DVD player decided it has had enough of TD and Motorhead DVD's and promptly died on Wednesday eve so Im looking for a new player !


find a BR player that upscales your normal DVDs mate


Upscales ? Do you mean enhances the quality of std DVD ? 8)


yes...to nearish BR standard


Cheers for the info mate - appreciated 8)


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timer wrote:
Who recommends this Blue Ray format ?

My DVD player decided it has had enough of TD and Motorhead DVD's and promptly died on Wednesday eve so Im looking for a new player !


I can just splashed out on a Sony 40" LCD and a Panasonic Blu Ray /surround system just watched the latest Indiana Jones on it truly awesome picture & sound.


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billythefish wrote:
I think, of all the DVDs, Canyon Dreams is the most ripe for remastering. I loved the CD and only have the VHS otherwise. The DVD is apparently a poor remaster of the VHS original.
was it ever available on Laserdisc?


http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Tangerine-Dream-C ... 240%3A1318


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