Star trek Voyager DVD PQ

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  1. cuewoz1

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    Anyone bought the voyager season 1 boxset yet ( I know I only came out on Monday! but I really want it)
    What is the picture quality like compared to sky one?
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    it should be a lot better then tng as it is ten years younger but that doesn't mean anthing these days.

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    The picture quality should be similar to the middle DS9 seasons DVD sets and onwards.

    The Sky episodes I have seen didn't look too good, so the DVD's should be much better.
     
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    Hi, I bought the 7th season of DS9 because I love this show, but I was also worried about picture quality. My verdict is both good and bad, colours and detail are good but there is "noise" on the picture, a bit like you get on Sky, which disappointed me. I must admit I am really looking forward to buying the Blu-Ray versions of Enterprise which was shot in widescreen and HD 1080i.

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    Season 6 and 7 of DS9 is the best Star Trek has looked.

    The Orginal Series on DVD should look even better as they were edited on film rather than video.
     

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