Remasters: LaserDisc to DVD

This special category from MVR displays all the music video collections and live concerts that have been digitally remastered in both picture and sound from the original LaserDiscs with digital audio converted to Dolby Digital 2.0 Sound on DVD. All LaserDisc sources have 425 lines horizontal resolution.
MVR presents OVER 100 titles to choose from!

In most cases these titles were offered only on LaserDisc exclusively with some also released in the VHS format. Check individual descriptions for original format history of each title along with track listings and photos of MVR’s exclusive artwork. Each DVD in this series includes beautifully customized artwork that mimics the theme of the original art work that was made exclusively for the LaserDisc release. ALL of these titles offered here have NEVER been released on DVD until now! An entire exclusive selection available for you from your team at MVR.

It’s interesting to note that some audiophiles and sound purists argue that unless the remastering process includes completely “lossless” compression of audio that no matter how it may be converted/processed to surround sound or other, it still is compressed audio thus producing some say a more audibly muddled sound. This is due to the lessening of the dynamic range between the loudest and quietest parts of the audio signal thus producing some distortion and a clipping audio effect. The DVDs offered in this series are from the original LaserDisc releases.

Because of the large 12 inch size of the LaserDisc format it can easily support the amount of physical space required to successfully playback large uncompressed sound. This Remastered DVD  features the original completely uncompressed audio recording allowing the original true recorded mix to come alive as it was originally intended to be heard in optimum sound quality. This original mix featured with completely uncompressed audio is exclusively preserved here and available in it’s original intended state of production for the very first time on DVD.

Technical note for ideal listening: If your DVD Player has an optical out and is connected to your amplifier that has a built in decoder in your home entertainment system; you will experience the true uncompressed dynamic range of the original audio recording.

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