The Burbs [Blu-ray] 1989 - (Arrow Video releases for £7.58) Prime £7.99 / Non-Prime £10.59 @ Amazon.co.uk
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The Burbs [Blu-ray] 1989 - (Arrow Video releases for £7.58) Prime £7.99 / Non-Prime £10.59 @ Amazon.co.uk

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Posted 4th NovEdited by:"Alf.Garnett"
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Have some heat 🔥
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Love it!
Good price for an Arrow film, heat
For Dolby 2.0 are you best to watch in virtual surround sound?
One of my favourites, great making of on this disc too.
cas39804/11/2019 21:47

For Dolby 2.0 are you best to watch in virtual surround sound?



played back in original sound and sounded great on my phililps 65" Ambilight tv
Alf.Garnett04/11/2019 21:51

played back in original sound and sounded great on my phililps 65" …played back in original sound and sounded great on my phililps 65" Ambilight tv


Everything sounds the same on a tv surely?

Im on about a sound system. Always sounds weird listening to films in stereo.
cas39804/11/2019 21:54

Everything sounds the same on a tv surely?Im on about a sound system. …Everything sounds the same on a tv surely?Im on about a sound system. Always sounds weird listening to films in stereo.



cas39804/11/2019 21:54

Everything sounds the same on a tv surely?Im on about a sound system. …Everything sounds the same on a tv surely?Im on about a sound system. Always sounds weird listening to films in stereo.



sorry i thought you ment virtual sound on tv as i have that option
Edited by: "Alf.Garnett" 4th Nov
cas39804/11/2019 21:47

For Dolby 2.0 are you best to watch in virtual surround sound?


It depends on the type of surround system. Dolby Pro Logic II and dts neo:6 take 2-/3-/4-channel sources and convert them to 5.1 virtual surround with varying success, depending on the source material.

There are other virtual surround types but again they have unpredictable outcomes, some sound awesome, others tinny and strange.

The original master of this movie was stereo, so worst case scenario you'll be hearing it the way it was designed to be heard.
God I love this street
“I just dropped the god damn brownies”
The extras alone are worth the price, you even get the original never before seen Dante VHS first cut.
jimel04/11/2019 23:05

It depends on the type of surround system. Dolby Pro Logic II and dts …It depends on the type of surround system. Dolby Pro Logic II and dts neo:6 take 2-/3-/4-channel sources and convert them to 5.1 virtual surround with varying success, depending on the source material. There are other virtual surround types but again they have unpredictable outcomes, some sound awesome, others tinny and strange. The original master of this movie was stereo, so worst case scenario you'll be hearing it the way it was designed to be heard.


Not sure what my denon 2500 is just know it says virtual and outputs to 5.1.

Theres just something odd about voices coming from the sides and not the centre.

This is a great film but it put me off buying.
cas39805/11/2019 00:31

Not sure what my denon 2500 is just know it says virtual and outputs to …Not sure what my denon 2500 is just know it says virtual and outputs to 5.1.Theres just something odd about voices coming from the sides and not the centre.This is a great film but it put me off buying.


Denon have a proprietary surround upmix mode called Audissey which would be similar to Dolby and dts upmix modes. I know what you mean about decentralised dialogue but most systems would automatically route dialogue to centre speakers even when outputing old Dolby 2.0 tracks.
Edited by: "jimel" 5th Nov
This is Walter!

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Good price but mine came with the frame.
Good but will this work on a
1980s mono Pye TV?
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