I have Laserdisc titles that are simply not available on DVD, at least not in their extended/roadshow/widescreen editions.
- It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World - The Alamo - Colossus: The Forbin project (widescreen on LD, pan & scan on Region 1 DVD)
Then there's my Toy Story: Ultimate Toy Box multi-disc box set jam packed with tons of features including all of the Pixar shorts ever made until then, including the original "Knick Knack" with the enormous round boobies.
And, of course, my "Faces" Star Wars discs. No point in buying "ruined" versions in any format. -- Watch my future television channel's public test broadcast! »thecanadianpublic.com/live
I've got a ton of titles too... many new many used. I don't think I'll ever part with them. I've got the Star Wars: Special Edition Trilogy (factory sealed) The Godfather Special Edition (factory sealed) Toy Story (factory sealed)... Akira, T2 Special Edition (factory sealed) ID4 DTS (factory sealed).... I've got too many used and new to list. Got a brand new/pristine gently used Pioneer Elite CLD-99 unit to play them on too. DTS titles sound utterly fantastic along with 5.1 AC-3 titles like Top Gun. -- Remember that cool hidden "Graffiti Wall" here on BBR? After the name change I became the "owner", so to speak as it became: Dustyn's Wall »[Serious] RIP
It's a pretty fantastic player I think? I'm pretty sure the CLD-D99 is nearly identical to the Elite CLD-99, no? I think it was one of the first "Elite" (maybe last?) players that had the new 3D Y/C separation comb filters. I love the Rosewood side panels... wish Pioneer still made players/receivers with them. I have a retired Pionner Elite DVL-91 DVD/LD combo unit in storage also. -- Remember that cool hidden "Graffiti Wall" here on BBR? After the name change I became the "owner", so to speak as it became: Dustyn's Wall »[Serious] RIP