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Posted: 03 Aug 2019, 17:24 

ET: Escape from Landfill Director's Cut Limited Collector's Edition

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Posted: 07 Aug 2019, 05:00 

TBH, how many of the people you know (aside from those you may share very similar interests with) are using physical media more than streaming?

I'm in my late 40's and everybody I know buys physical, even a couple of people I know that get netflix. Because netflix here doesn't have everything, no service does.

At work we sell DVDs like hotcakes, people are constantly asking if we have more stashed out the back and can we bring out more.
These are not all old people, they're poor people.
People rarely ask about VHS tapes, vinyl etc which are the things that collectors are after.

Cash Converters doesn't sell DVD now but they sell used BD, they move heaps.

JB Hi-Fi sells DVD, BD (also 4k) and CD. You don't see many people looking at CD now and less are looking at new DVD, but the aisles are fairly narrow so people are always getting in the way of each other looking at BD.

Generally people don't like streaming around here because you would need to spend like $100aud per month for internet (even spending that doesn't guarantee your connection will be solid enough to deal with a bunch of teenager users) and then probably pay for at least 2 services, plus if you have kids you'll be paying for extra stuff like Xbox Live or PSN...and in some cases both of those examples.


Digital services for movies/tv shows are like video games that require online. The people that are pushing this s**t are convinced every single person in the world can use it but that isn't true.

Edit:
A couple of irl examples I can think of when digital services were a fail...
Girl at work said The 100 latest episodes weren't available yet, another guy was pirating them because that was the only way to keep current (otherwise he'd spend all his time trying to avoid spoilers online) - this was some time ago though, maybe a year.

A friend at work has been catching up on Star Wars stuff, at the moment it's Rebels series but not all seasons are available (can't remember which service he uses but it's just one service iirc).

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Posted: 19 Aug 2019, 18:28 

If it's the same story as the D750 (which is the same as D701) there might be a voltage switch on the back for US/JPN and UK/AU voltages...The D701 doesn't have that switch afaik. Those two units share the same user manual.

Also, if it's NTSC only that should be printed on the back of the unit somewhere.


Edit:
Yes, please upload any manuals missing in the hardware database :) I still need D701/D750 user and service manuals :(

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Posted: 09 Sep 2019, 05:33 

Please send the bigger version, I'll realign/crop/filter if needed.

For big files, you can drop them in my cloud following the steps here: https://forum.lddb.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=38

Make sure to zip them with meaningful filenames and/or a little text file for describing which #LDDB you are uploading them for!

Julien

I uploaded (to your cloud) front, back & insert pics for Alien (1979) [PILF-1237]
File is Alien PILF-1237 - lddb deadlegion.7z
Please let me know if they're too terrible to use, that's about the best I can do at the moment.

I also did an edit for some info about Heroes: Season 1 (2006) [825 244 4] but I won't submit pics for that HD DVD box set right now as I don't have a scanner to do it properly.

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Posted: 25 Sep 2019, 07:49 

Yes.

When I've checked stuff I have in my collection I see prices well above what I've paid. In fact with some titles even if I were to get 50% off the cheapest available it would still be more than what I've paid.

As far as I know I don't have anything considered rare.

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Posted: 25 Sep 2019, 13:53 

It's curious to see low posters suddenly appear in this topic.
I would be interested in knowing how many of the no voters are sellers :P

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 Post subject: Re: Finally upgraded my TV
Posted: 04 Oct 2019, 04:41 

forper wrote:
You got a personal CRT Deadlegion?


I've got a 32" Trinitron I forget which model now but it isn't HD. 4:3, has component and s-video.
I rarely use it because it sucks up a fair amount of power.

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Posted: 01 Dec 2019, 13:40 

Had a quick look and apparently you need region free firmware, stock firmware doesn't have region select.
After flashing the firmware, every time the player is turned on you may need to change the region depending on what disc you want to play. That is to say the region you select will reset when turning the unit off.



https://www.avforums.com/threads/toshiba-hd-e1-region-free-instructions.883916/
https://www.avforums.com/threads/toshiba-hd-e-1-lastest-fw-region-free.1620298/

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Posted: 07 Jan 2020, 03:49 

There are always problems using phones on websites even today, adding attachments or trying to click on attachments (to download) are very common regardless of what software the site is using. They aren't really bugs as such, websites would need to be setup to accommodate phone users and their lack of tools. So it's basically more work for site server(s) just because people want convenience (I could say lazy but that would probably offend and that's not my intention).

Some people at my work try using their phone to look up things on ebay or whatever but the interface is gimped so imo it's just a waste of time.

Resizing uploaded image attachments internally is possible though, some websites do it.
A site I've been on for years will resize an image you upload as an attachment from your PC (never tested via phone so idk), but that site uses vBulletin. It won't resize if you upload from another website though, it just fails saying the image is too large.

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Posted: 17 Jan 2020, 21:57 

I unplug most things I'm not currently using. I have so much stuff a lot of it is packed away.

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Posted: 21 Jan 2020, 04:13 

Nudity was mentioned but I can't see any :(

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Posted: 27 Jan 2020, 00:39 

signofzeta wrote:
Is it possible to be curious about something while having no interest in it?


I think it's definitely possible to be curious but have no serious interest in collecting. I'm like that about a lot of things tbh :lol:
Comes down to money and space.

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Posted: 31 Jan 2020, 21:02 

LOTR CGI was cutting edge for the time. All effects look bad after a while.

I see Kevin Smith was mentioned :lol:

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Posted: 02 Feb 2020, 07:25 

I'm not defending Jackson or CGI at all.
2001 is a great movie but you can see some dated effects there, nothing you can really do about that except maybe swap in some enhancements (I could give examples of that but I'm sure most members are aware of many anyway) but then it isn't the original film anymore.

I like watching old movies and tv shows, but I also don't mind some newer stuff.
You're problem is that you simply write off everything new as being s**t even if you haven't bothered watching it.

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Posted: 06 Feb 2020, 01:41 

LD is designed for 4:3 screens for the most part, but there are some "squeeze" versions...I'm not sure how many titles are available like that though.

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Posted: 07 Feb 2020, 17:12 

If you stretch a 4:3 image (which is actually 16:9 or whatever with bars top and bottom) horizontally to fill a 16:9 screen the AR will be wrong. You're just stretching things sideways.
People were doing that crap all the time in the early days of widescreen tv's, they'd stretch everything (4:3 broadcasts and DVD, also VHS) to fill the screen :roll:
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