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3 HD DVDS ONLY £34.65 DELIVERED THATS ONLY £11.55 EACH BARGAIN

£34.65 @ George (Asda George)
3 HD DVDS ONLY £34.65 DELIVERED WITH 10% VOUCHER THATS ONLY £11.55 EACH BARGAIN LOADS TO CHOOSE FROM THE £12.68 RANGE Titles Included Are The Thing Mummy Mummy Returns King Kong Bourn… Read More
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9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
3 HD DVDS ONLY £34.65 DELIVERED WITH 10% VOUCHER

THATS ONLY £11.55 EACH BARGAIN

LOADS TO CHOOSE FROM THE £12.68 RANGE

Titles Included Are

The Thing
Mummy
Mummy Returns
King Kong
Bourne Supremacy
Brotherhood Of The Wolf
Ray
BackDraft
Jarhead
Serenity
The Pianist
Riddick
Red Dragon

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#1
some decent prices on a couple films, where is the 10% voucher though?

it is automatically added. heat n rep

thanks
#2
Dont forget the quidco (3% cashback)
#3
Are these the same prices instore ?
#4
sammyb
Are these the same prices instore ?


doubt it, i have never seen hd dvds in the 3 asdas in birmingham
#5
Lol just buy the dvds

Jarheads -- £2.99 on play
bourne -- £3.99
pianist £3.99 as well on hmv

Total = £10.97
#6
Just Wondered Do Anyone Know where the cheapest Xbox 360 HD Dvd Player Is
#7
dandoc2
Lol just buy the dvds

Jarheads -- £2.99 on play
bourne -- £3.99
pianist £3.99 as well on hmv

Total = £10.97


but this is about hd dvd's, not dvd's. if i wanted the normal dvd's i would buy them, however, as i have the choice, i choose hd dvd.
#8
OnTheBallCity
Just Wondered Do Anyone Know where the cheapest Xbox 360 HD Dvd Player Is


Gamestation, £99.99
#9
i can't find any HD DVD's :-(
can only find normal ones, anybody???
#10
doh :whistling:

found them, obviously having a blonde day
#11
Yeah thats pretty much what I would do! £11 for the lot!!
dandoc2
Lol just buy the dvds

Jarheads -- £2.99 on play
bourne -- £3.99
pianist £3.99 as well on hmv

Total = £10.97
#12
saucymonk
Yeah thats pretty much what I would do! £11 for the lot!!


Have you actually got/viewed a HD DVD or Blu-Ray player to have seen the difference ?

If you had, you know why people (including me) are spending stupid money on HD films.
#13
brum
doubt it, i have never seen hd dvds in the 3 asdas in birmingham


The Asda near me (bottom of Cov Road) has HD DVDs instore
#14
KPGrimmy
Have you actually got/viewed a HD DVD or Blu-Ray player to have seen the difference ?

If you had, you know why people (including me) are spending stupid money on HD films.


View them from more than 10 feet away and I defy anyone to tell the difference:p
#15
Cheapskate58 just cause you live to your name. I have an hd player and just got matrix collection on hd. I also have batman begins and a few others which i also have the dvd for.

Even my wife can see the difference between upscaling dvd and hd-dvd. In fact so much so that she's the one talking about getting a 46" lcd to replace our 32"

And yes we sit further than 12ft away.
#16
Chorlton
Cheapskate58 just cause you live to your name. I have an hd player and just got matrix collection on hd. I also have batman begins and a few others which i also have the dvd for.

Even my wife can see the difference between upscaling dvd and hd-dvd. In fact so much so that she's the one talking about getting a 46" lcd to replace our 32"

And yes we sit further than 12ft away.


"Even my wife can see the difference..." ha, the most sexist quote of the day:p

If you sit more than 12 feet away to watch a 32" screen, I'm surprised you see any detail at all:?

Still, if you're gonna go and replace all your DVDs because you, (and your wife), think that there is a fantastic difference in visual quality... well off you go.

I'm quite happy with the quality of my SD/ED hardware so for me a DVD at £3 or an HD-DVD at £11 - no contest;-)
#17
I have HD, Blu-Ray and SD. To be frank the difference on a 32" from a correct viewing distance would be quite difficult to tell.

The difference is more visible on larger screens > 42".

However, whether that difference is worth it or not is upto you to decide. The jury is still out for me, but SD DVD's at £2.99 are simply fantastic bargains. If anything is killing the format war, it's the price of SD DVD's :thumbsup:
#18
Yeah at the moment, still with SD and upscaling DVD player! Does make a difference! as most the older movies in the list are upscaled anyway!
#19
I dont think HD and bluray are going to take off and become popular for a good while yet, poor selection of films and they are expensive.
banned#20
cheapskate58
View them from more than 10 feet away and I defy anyone to tell the difference:p


Most people who talk about not seeing the difference between HD and SD are people who do not even own a HDTV and like to justify their sitting on the sidelines spending £3 on bargain DVDs rather then their HD counter parts....its okay guys its an expensive business, ignorance is bliss :thumbsup:
#21
Proximo
Most people who talk about not seeing the difference between HD and SD are people who do not even own a HDTV and like to justify their sitting on the sidelines spending £3 on bargain DVDs rather then their HD counter parts....its okay guys its an expensive business, ignorance is bliss :thumbsup:


Yeah, well I can't do anything about your ignorance but at least you're blissfully happy wasting your money:p

I don't own an "HD Ready" TV 'cos there isn't enough worthwhile HD content to justify the purchase of one right now. Even if the content was more readily available, the cost/benefit wouldn't justify replacing a vast amount of SD DVDs to gain a marginal improvement in visual quality.

My LG 42" plasma upscales to 480p and my HP PJ + Relysis DVD package goes to 720p. On an 80" screen it really looks excellent:)

My 32" CRT does a wonderful job of Sky and Freeview too - much better than any LCD that I've seen and I've seen a lot.

There is no real world need for me to upgrade any of these to "HD ready" spec and certainly no justification to start replacing SD DVDs with HD DVDs - any "qualitative" improvement will be more than negated by the imperfect nature of human vision - in other words, most people will not be able to tell the difference between a well sorted SD set-up and HD; particularly when it's a cheap and cheerful HD set-up. Moving from VHS to DVD was an undeniable improvement but replacing DVDs with HD DVDs is just flushing cash down the toilet IMO.

I rest me case m'lud:-D
banned#22
cheapskate58
Yeah, well I can't do anything about your ignorance but at least you're blissfully happy wasting your money:p

I don't own an "HD Ready" TV 'cos there isn't enough worthwhile HD content to justify the purchase of one right now. Even if the content was more readily available, the cost/benefit wouldn't justify replacing a vast amount of SD DVDs to gain a marginal improvement in visual quality.

My LG 42" plasma upscales to 480p and my HP PJ + Relysis DVD package goes to 720p. On an 80" screen it really looks excellent:)

My 32" CRT does a wonderful job of Sky and Freeview too - much better than any LCD that I've seen and I've seen a lot.

There is no real world need for me to upgrade any of these to "HD ready" spec and certainly no justification to start replacing SD DVDs with HD DVDs - any "qualitative" improvement will be more than negated by the imperfect nature of human vision - in other words, most people will not be able to tell the difference between a well sorted SD set-up and HD; particularly when it's a cheap and cheerful HD set-up. Moving from VHS to DVD was an undeniable improvement but replacing DVDs with HD DVDs is just flushing cash down the toilet IMO.

I rest me case m'lud:-D

You seem to talk alot about HD with little to no hands on experience, HD Content makes DVDs look like VHS. I don't plan to start only buying HD DVDs or replacing my collection rather I only buy films that I really enjoyed and that would benefit from the transition.

People like you sit on the fence for 5 years after new formats come out until it's "financially viable" and mainstream.
#23
Proximo
You seem to talk alot about HD with little to no hands on experience, HD Content makes DVDs look like VHS. I don't plan to start only buying HD DVDs or replacing my collection rather I only buy films that I really enjoyed and that would benefit from the transition.

People like you sit on the fence for 5 years after new formats come out until it's "financially viable" and mainstream.


Like most people, I read the reviews and look in the showrooms so I get a pretty fair indication of what's available. If the differences were that great, I'd worry about what I was missing but they're not so I don't. :p

In fact a lot of displays I've seen often considerably worse than my own kit although priced at £'00s more - although that's probably because of poor set-up in the stores. Even so, I bet loads of people set their expensive new gear up incorrectly in the home. If you look around the various forums you'll see what I mean:whistling:

Thus I'm pretty confident that a lot of people are wasting their money in the pursuit of something that they won't get in the real world. Often, they only have paper specifications to justify their expenditure. That's up to them but for me, I'll sit on the fence until the cost/benefit equation is most compelling. The cash I save goes towards loads of DVDs and exotic holidays;-)
#24
Good Deal.

Btw can we stick to whether this a good deal or not and not what the pro/cons are for HD DvD vs Dvd.
#25
Proximo
HD Content makes DVDs look like VHS.


Unfortunately comments like this sound very categoric when it is clearly not the case.

In order to best show the abilities of HD you are going to have to upgrade a lot of equipment at considerable and great expense. Even after doing so a lot of people may find then that it was generally not worth it.

There is not the night and day difference in it that you are saying.

The manufacturers have realised that the public hasn't bought into HD per se straight away. This is why you will now see (and already are) a plethora of HD upscaling DVD players coming onto the market. These make the distinction even harder to spot and justify the upgrade path just yet.
#26
so, cheap HD dvds? Nice one - voted hot

geeks bimbling on about whether it's worth it or not - voted cold
#27
ekko star
I have HD, Blu-Ray and SD. To be frank the difference on a 32" from a correct viewing distance would be quite difficult to tell.

The difference is more visible on larger screens > 42".

However, whether that difference is worth it or not is upto you to decide. The jury is still out for me, but SD DVD's at £2.99 are simply fantastic bargains. If anything is killing the format war, it's the price of SD DVD's :thumbsup:


You can tell the difference on an 11 inch screen, the noise/grain caused by upscaling is impossible to miss on a 32 inch screen - particularly with dark films where you lose all shadow detail on SD DVDs.

Good deal, voted hot - if you're not interested in HD DVDs, stop thread crapping

John
#28
Totally agree - this is a good deal. IMO the difference is significant!
#29
I take it that this offer is over now ?

It didn't take 10% off for me.

Kevin.

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