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Old 04-13-2019, 07:15 PM
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Old 04-14-2019, 08:01 AM
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Hmmmm, might pick this up. I dunno. This release is not yet up for order on Amazon.ca, but the region B is up for sale for a paltry amount of about $4200 CAN.
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Old 04-14-2019, 02:30 PM
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Hmmmm, might pick this up. I dunno. This release is not yet up for order on Amazon.ca, but the region B is up for sale for a paltry amount of about $4200 CAN.
You know, if that release had a 2.0 DTS HD-MA track instead of the lossy Dolby Digital one, it'd probably be worth it. Not worth $4200 for lossy audio. No way.
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Old 04-14-2019, 09:18 PM
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It is my understanding the latest batch of Universal titles are similar to Warner Archive ones. They're mastered on demand in small batches. They are true pressed discs, not BD-Rs.
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It is my understanding the latest batch of Universal titles are similar to Warner Archive ones. They're mastered on demand in small batches. They are true pressed discs, not BD-Rs.
I think Universal has been releasing MOD discs for a while now (all pressed, no BD-R's). I think some of their first releases were more than a year ago. I only have one of their MOD releases, and that's the Ron Howard film The Paper. Unlike Warner Archive, Universal MOD does not give their films a new 2K scan or any other HD remastering (to my knowledge anyway). The Paper blu-ray, for example, definitely used an older scan. Luckily I got it for about $15 Cdn. (regularly, it's $20+ Cdn), but these MOD releases should be A LOT cheaper in price. I'd rather Universal just license their films off to Mill Creek and have them release them throughout North America for about $10-$12 each rather than releasing them MOD in the USA only for $20-$24 each.
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