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1Laserdiscs Empty Laserdiscs on Sat 11 Aug 2012, 10:13 pm


I come across the players and even movies occasionally at Goodwills and have always passed, mostly because I already have a substantial VHS and DVD collection, along with the clutter factor. Am I missing anything here? Obviously, most of the movies that saw LD release were from the 70's and early 80's, and I also cannot think of any must-have titles from that era. So, should I kick myself for passing on these, or be thankful I made a wise choice?

2Laserdiscs Empty Re: Laserdiscs on Sat 11 Aug 2012, 11:42 pm


Star Fighter
Star Fighter
I think you made the wise choice. They really had a wow factor when they came out but then the cost was more then most could afford.

There were some models that had expansions to play Genesis/Sega CD and PC Engine games. Now that would be cool to find.

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