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Promoted item:NEW SEALED Laserdisc Laser Disc LD LOT OF 34 Classic Movies

NEW SEALED Laserdisc Laser Disc LD LOT OF 34 Classic Movies

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About Laser Disk

Laserdiscs started out as a format called DiscoVision in 1978. MCA renamed the format 'laserdisc' in 1981 without changing its technical specs. The laserdisc's heyday was the mid-1980s. Unlike VHS tapes, which could hold only 250 lines of signal, laserdiscs (also called 'LDs') offered up to 440 lines. With more room and more flexibility, laserdiscs gained a fast following in the United States and Japan.Laserdiscs were rather cumbersome, however. At 12 inches in diameter, they didn't store very well, and home users found that they were easily scratched and damaged. Moreover, despite their enormous physical size, these discs didn't store that much information. Even the more advanced CLV laserdiscs only held 60 minutes of data at a time.Some later laserdisc players automatically flipped their optical signal pickup. That said, if you watched a movie with a running time longer than 120 minutes, you had to physically get up and change discs in the middle of the action. This seemingly minor inconvenience drove most home viewers away to VHS. On top of that, a few batches of laserdiscs suffered for something called 'laser rot'--the adhesive which held the two discs together oxygenated the metal components of the discs, reducing signal efficacy.That said, laserdiscs offered a number of advantages. Audiophiles contend that the laserdisc analog signal remains superior to the digital signals of the CD and DVD. Laserdisc purists also argue that CDs and DVDs encounter more compression problems. LD fans also say that the technology provides a more filmic presentation.