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Posted: 22 Jan 2012, 04:32 

Laserdisc fans seem to think laserdisc rot can develop over time, it doesn't. It happens at the pressing stage and usually manifests itself within a few months. A year at the outset. It's impossible for it to develop later. The "usual suspects" are well documented and if you have a disc now and it plays fine, it'll stay fine. If it has laserdisc rot, it's been there since day one. Minor speckles are not rot but either faults on the original pressing or inclusion. If you have a laserdisc with laserdisc rot, it's simply unplayable.

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Posted: 01 Jan 2018, 18:38 

Contact

Stephen Bright At Highview Video

Email highviewvideo@sky.com

Two of my machines ((925's) were badly damaged and he repaired them at a reasonable cost.
Superb work all round.


If he asks how you heard of him, just mention my name Roger Shore.


Roger

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Posted: 01 Jan 2018, 19:04 

You won't regret it. One of my players I'd tried to get fixed 3 times but none would touch it with a barge pole but Stephen ran with it and had it repaired in a few weeks and I'm talking serious damage not just a general maintenance.

Roger

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Posted: 08 Feb 2018, 01:53 

It's still the only way to capture a laserdisc image of a laserdisc as there is no way to link up a laserdisc player to a computer.

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Posted: 17 Jun 2018, 13:07 

love the fact you keep this site running. Such an important site. I'd be lost without it for my laserdiscs.

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 Post subject: Re: Best quality Laserdiscs
Posted: 18 Jul 2018, 11:40 

Also look at the colour of a lot of discs. They seem to be more accurate on laserdisc. Look At The Matrix on laserdisc and then look at it on DVD or blu-ray, it's more teal than green.

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Posted: 05 Aug 2018, 12:28 

Sadly after those dire recent movies and that awful in my opinion Star Trek Discovery, I've walked away from the franchise and I doubt if if Jean Luc Picard could make is so for me to watch the franchise again. I should point it's probably my age (nearly 60) and maybe young fans are happy with all this.

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Posted: 05 Aug 2018, 16:42 

Fair enough so i'm not a lone voice then.....
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