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Video Essentials PAL DVD

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by cessquill, Mar 24, 2004.

  1. cessquill

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    After taking a bit of time off Home Cinema (CRT breaking down, lots of work on the house filling up the living room, no cash, redundancy, etc.), the launch of a PAL version of the Video Essentials DVD passed me by.

    Found it by accident on Amazon the other day, ordered it (£18 inc P&P - was expecting to pay about twice that!), and it arrived this morning.

    I must say I'm very impressed, and it's given me something to play with for the next few weeks. Cool!
     
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    i got one myself from play.com (£14.99 delivered) and i have only used it for a little tweaking, i need to make some time to set up every thing properly. but it does seem okay,

    i'll stick with Avia for my ntsc sources and use this for pal.
     
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    You must be easy pleased guys. I can honestly say it is the most confusing guide I have ever seen.

    The disc navigation system must have been designed by a two year old and I got the impression that old Joe Kane had (allegedly) lost the plot a little bit and been reading too many press cuttings about being a guru.

    I can honestly say it was the biggest waste of £15 ever.
     
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    I'm sure you could come up with worse ways to waste £15 if you really put your mind to it. :)
     

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