DVD at home

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    Do you have a lot of DVDs at home or do you prefer going to the movies?

    For my part, I have several DVDs I have the complete collection of Marvel several disaster movies and science fiction especially those of the late 1990s as well as several old movies and several westerns


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    We have hundreds of them.
     
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    I have a bunch of dvds that are collecting dust at home. In fact I don’t even own a working DVD player anymore. They’re practically obsolete
     
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    All of the Stargate Series on DVD for the win.

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    I still have a working LaserDisk player from the early 80's. LaserDisks were the first optical format and were about the size of old vinyl records.


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    I remember when those things were fancy
     
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    I always use DVD's but it's true that soon maybe they will be completely replaced by blue-ray must have a DVD machine in advance and playstation 3 can still read DVD's
     
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    Bought it a A33 which was the building designation for what used to be the Navy Exchange in Yokosuka Japan. Sometimes we'd get tech in advance of what was available state-side.


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    I have very few DVD or BluRay discs. I can stream nearly 90% of any movie or TV series online. I do own a home entertainment system that plays both DVD and BluRay, plus I have an Xbone 1 and a PS 4 which plays both.

    The only complete set of anything I own is the Lord of the Rings Trilogy and the Hobbit, plus the complete 5 seasons of Fringe.
     
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    I've got MacGyver on DVD.
     

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