Posted July 30 2008 - 03:07 PM
| Originally Posted by Phil Menard |
Sony set the bar pretty high.
"The best High Definition Picture."
"Blu-ray disc's unrivaled capacity delivers the ultimate high definition experience directly into your home."
"Beyond high definition. Pristine picture. True to the original master quality."
"Best high definition picture available with unsurpassed capacity."
***All courtesy of sonypictures.com***
That's what I want. What they said. I want what I've been promised.
And if the product is less than "...the ultimate high definition experience", I want to know. I want to be able to make an informed choice on purchasing that product, flawed (to any possible degree) or not.
agreed. Wasn't there also "Beyond HD..." whatever that meant.
Many people are buying the same films over and over again. Often a VHS, then maybe an LD, then 2 or more DVD versions, (when an SE with an improved transfer is released) and now yet again, so they SHOULD do it as best as possible. We are already getting doubledips on HD. Full Metal Jacket, Casino Royale, A Xmas Story so unless we want to go through this all over again, I say people should speak up. This is supposed to be an AV enthusiasts forum where people never had a problem bringing up things such as EE in the past going back years during DVD. Lately it's the "oh well, it's better than the DVD, quit whining..." click. Look at the trainwreck that is the Gangs Of New York BD. (and yes, I've seen it) Well, that's technically "better than the DVD" too...