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Quick question:Is the Anime Classics Samurai Champloo BD worth picking up for $17.50, or will I be just as well off watching my brother's DVDs?
The Anime Classics release has an all new upscale without the texture-obliterating DVNR of the initial FUNi Blu-ray, so it's actually the best looking version of the show available anywhere. The Japanese BD release is, if I'm not mistaken, using the exact same video files.Audio is a little trickier to recommend. The Geneon DVD featured both the original 2.0 broadcast mix and a host of homegrown 5.1 upmixes. The Blu-ray has only the 5.1 tracks, though most reviewers are perfectly happy with them...
Is it a drastic improvement over the DVDs? Less artifacting and such, I'm sure—though I don't recall how much the DVDs had.Hell, at the price and to have my own copy of the show, I'll spring.
Come to think of it, I've never seen a comparison between the Anime Classics BD transfer and the Geneon DVD, so I can't say for certain. What I do know is that Geneon's authoring house was one of the best in the business, so odds are the difference isn't exactly jarring.
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