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Bjoern Roy looks at Lord of the Rings under a microscope!

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by cybersoga, Nov 25, 2003.

  1. cybersoga

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    Weird.

    I had the R1 and R2 of FOTR and found the R1 generally more acceptable.
     
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    Perhaps your screen is such that it looks better with NTSC than PAL for whatever reason.
     
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    There really is no debating after Bjoern has reviewed a DVD.
     
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    Doin't think so. Standard 32: Sony WEGA.

    Perhaps I don't have the level of detail to make the choice but IMO I still find the R1 more acceptable.
     
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    Fair enough - I think you'll find that if you used a resolution test pattern DVD, your screen probably wouldn't be able to display detail all the way upto 6.75mhz, so you probably wouldn't see a lot of difference between versions. This is only really of interest to people with HD & Progressive scan screens.
     
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    This pretty much confirms what I see on my setup (9" CRT projector). The regular R1 version also has lip sync issues and over blown bass.
     

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