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Sesame DVD Sound Quality

Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by mrfinch, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. mrfinch

    mrfinch New Member

    I just picked up some Sesame Street DVDs from the library for my son, and was planning on buying one that was a hit with him.

    But after playing a couple of them, I'm wondering: do some of these early DVDs have pretty awful sound quality? I'm thinking specifically of "Sing Yourself Silly" and "The Best of Elmo," which sound as if they were dubbed from a worn VHS copy, with heavy treble and lots of clipping.

    I'm curious because my library obviously has the first-run DVD issues. I notice in the store that these now come in nicely redesigned cases, so I was wondering if they cleaned up the quality as well.


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