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S Club 7: Best The Greatest Hits DVD Review

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by Phil Hinton Jun 1, 2003 at 12:00 AM

    SRP: £14.99


    Picture quality for the video shorts is actually very good with plenty of detail and strong colours. The image is presented in 4:3 video as well as 16:9 and for the first time reviewing a music compilation I am pleased to announce the picture is consistently good.
    S Club 7: Best The Greatest Hits Picture


    It is a little disappointing that the sound quality is a little under par and is only presented in Dolby 2.0 stereo. I would have liked to have experienced S Club in 5.1 (or even 7.1) but failing that, the track here is not overly bad, it's just music discs should be either PCM stereo or in 5.1 or both, otherwise we lose a lot of audio quality. What is presented here is adequate.
    S Club 7: Best The Greatest Hits Sound


    For extras we are given three interview features; S Club 7, 7 and sunshine which are basically interview segments and are an interesting insight to the members of the band.
    S Club 7: Best The Greatest Hits Extras


    A goodbye package of hit videos which will please fans of the band, but overall sound quality is a little disappointing.
    Suggested retail price when reviewed: £14.99

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