Monday, September 07, 2009

Wizard goes Blu - Should I go too?

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On September 29, 2009, Warner home Video will release the 70th Anniversary Edition of the Wizard of OZ, for the first time on Blu-Ray. This begs the question - if the Wizard goes Blu, should I go to? That is, is it time for me to take the plunge and buy a Blu-Ray player? If I do, which model do I go with - a pricey Sony or a low end Samsung (or something in between)? Wal-Mart or Best Buy? Is there a huge difference in quality and output between the high priced players and the low enders?

OK - I've settled on a player - now - do I re-buy my entire DVD collection? Some of it? None of it? And how long is Blu-Ray going to last before it gets supplanted by the next big thing in digital media?

I need answers - and fast! Why fast? Well, I just might get the urge to buy this newest Wizard release on BD...and if I do that, surely I'll need a player right away to watch it with!

Your thoughts - on BD players, Blu-Ray discs, etc are needed! Leave them below!

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1 comment:

  1. I say buy the set. It should look great in Blue Ray. No don't replace your whole collection. But if you do send me your old ones. I still pick VHS tapes at the Goodwill stroes. Not to mention LP's there too.