Nas: Video Anthology Volume 1 DVD Review

by Phil Hinton
Movies & TV Review

Nas: Video Anthology Volume 1 DVD Review
SRP: £19.98

Picture

Picture quality is acceptable on this release but is never consistant. Most of the videos look sharp and detailed with good colour balance, but some of the older material suffers a little from looking washed out and has elements of colour bleed present. Overall the collection does what it says on the sleeve and presents Nas at his best with reasonable quality.
Nas: Video Anthology Volume 1

Sound

Presented in PCM stereo the audio quality is reasonable with good dynamics and a general wide sound stage. Bass is heavy and deep with high frequencies sounding pleasant enough. Although nothing special the audio is of a high enough standard to enjoy the various beats being dropped throughout and vocals sound crisp.
Nas: Video Anthology Volume 1

Extras

Nothing worthy of note unless you list animated menus as an extra, we don't find that acceptable these days however.
Nas: Video Anthology Volume 1
A good collection of videos for fans with acceptable AV presentation.

Scores

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6

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5

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5

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5
5
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