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NIN INCH NAILS IN HIGH DEFINITION


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#1 of 4 OFFLINE   JeffdDurborow

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Posted September 26 2006 - 04:44 AM

http://www.nin.com/c..._teaser_225.mov


I got to see the last tour 3 times and read numerous reports of certain shows being filmed for a High Definition release......and here it is.....

im so happy i bought an hd-dvd player
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#2 of 4 OFFLINE   MarekM

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Posted September 26 2006 - 05:13 AM


nice Posted Image it will be out on DVD, HD-DVD and Blu-ray Posted Image

#3 of 4 OFFLINE   Ed St. Clair

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Posted September 26 2006 - 07:55 AM

The NIN SD DVD ROCKED! I expect no less, PQ & SQ wise, from the HD disc. Glad concert/music titles are a BIG part of early HD disc releases. I thought title selection for the genre was lacking for many years with SD DVD.
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#4 of 4 OFFLINE   Michael Osadciw

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Posted September 27 2006 - 03:01 AM

I can't wait. I'm a huge NIN fan, saw the last tour twice (one with a soundcheck and a meeting with Trent...I'm a Spiral Member Posted Image). Glad to see the "Beside You In Time" HD release...I can't wait. I'd upgrade to 1080p right now just to watch this disc.

I agree in expecting no less than top quality in A/V...Trent seems very particular with this...The last DVD has an amazing and powerful sound mix...and awesome video from only SD-cams...it looks far better than most other concerts brought to DVD that claim better cameras...

The release better have lossless audio...I imagine it would.

Also, I really hope "...and all that Could Have Been" concert will get a new BD/HD-DVD release with lossless audio, even though the video will never be better than 480.

How about adding in "Closure" too...ummm...when oh when will that release ever be untangled from legal limbo??

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