the Patriot-superbit

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by soulbrother michael, Mar 5, 2002.

  1. soulbrother michael

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    Doe's anyone know when this is being released,and is it worth getting this one for the dts track or the normal r1 for the extra's?
     
  2. zcaps57

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    As far as I know,
    Patriot, and Hollow Man Superbit are due out in May.

    And they'll the first "Superbit Deluxe Edition".
     
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    Cheers Eric.
     
  4. Cool-hand

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    Hi

    When you buy a superbit product you are buying the disc for the ultimate picture and sound quality. All extras are sacrificed for this, personally I never watch the extras anyway and will always pick quality over quantity. There is an improvement in superbit disc, the better your kit the bigger the difference! ;)
     
  5. Confucius

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    Superbit deluxe releases will feature one disc with the film, DD & DTS soundtracks and another containing the extras. Somewhat bemusing though is their choice of releases: The Patriot & The Hollow Man!
     
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    if only we could make the step to 'superbit movie disks' with a regular extras disk....

    Failing that... how about the other side of the disk...
     

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