Fun to find laserdiscs mixed in with LPs at garage sales and in the Goodwill
bins. I hit a few last week, but they were stuff like Darby O'Gill And The
Little People. And unfortunately, laserdiscs warp easily (anyone had any luck
in flattening them?).
Rollin' Recording wrote:
> Back in the days of yore, I was telephoned, with the indignant caller
> saying I
> had sold him a "non-standard sized" audio cassette. Turns out he had not
> taken it out of the poly-box. Took a bit of back and forth 'tho, to
> figure out
> just what was going on.
> Lou Houck
> Rollin' Recording
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Mike Richter" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2006 9:31 AM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] laserdisc
>> Francesco Martinelli wrote:
>>> Found this on the OyVay and thought I'd share the good advice:
>>> "This is a laserdisc, NOT a DVD. If you put in a DVD player, you
>>> will be sorely disappointed! If you don't know what a laserdisc is,
>>> you probably don't have a laserdisc player!"
>>> And he doesn't have a good eye for sizes...
>> A LD will not play on a turntable either - even though it's the right
>> 'Tain't funny - I was asked to help someone make that work back when
>> turntables were in vogue.
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