I have 11 dvds and a player.
I stream everything online; sometimes buy some; other times Bittorrent.
No cloud streaming only.
I have a blue ray player. I think it plays DVDs also. Don’t really know.
Yes and I still buy them.
I’m not familiar with the new technology.
DVDs are dead to me. Even 10 years ago they were showing their age.
Blu Rays are better but still a bit outdated. Think HD Blu Rays are where its at atm.
That said, you have to pay to get a digital blu ray player, so even though my PC can read Blu Rays, I never watch/buy them.
I stream everything. I think physical media is a mostly dead format personally. I dont know if I will continue buying my favorite artists CD’s anymore because I tend to just stream it anyway.
But if you get enjoyment out of it that’s cool. I just wouldn’t invest too much into a DVD collection because the quality isn’t that good (IMO).
I’m sure they can’t wait to get their hands on Blue Thunder the TV Series.
You’d be surprised. I’ve had to look for obscure television series. Remember that show where the dude got tomorrow’s newspaper? Early Edition?
If not, well you aren’t the only one. But we tracked it down. 80s series are in demand, too.
I buy used ones for like 2 bucks a piece at thrift stores, I have a collection of about 100 — they come in handy when you need a simple distraction
It’s on my media server!
Yeah. He’s a poo poo head
I have about 30. I ripped them all to my media server and 480p looks bad but when it’s a 70s/80s TV show it does not really matter.
Nope. I haven’t watched a DVD in maybe 5 years. We do have some DVD’s / blueray discs just collecting dust. We have like… maybe 15? We should probably get rid of them.
I still watch DVDs. They tend to be cheaper buying the physical copy versus the digital copy.
I like to collect documentaries on DVD otherwise I stream new movies on Hulu or Vudu via my Roku.
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