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Video: How Do the Discs Look?
These 4x3 transfers look pretty much as one would imagine. Not a whole heck of a lot has been done in terms of finessing these thirty-year-old episodes for standard-def, but there are elements of these presentations that capture the show’s retro feel well. Color accuracy is pretty strong, both in terms of vivid saturated hues as well as more delicate flesh tones, and black levels are consistent throughout. Detail quality wavers a bit, however, and there are more than a few instances of compression artifacting and aliasing/banding to mention.
Audio: How Do the Discs Sound?
Same here. These Dolby Digital 1.0 tracks are plagued with hiss and crackle, but that’s just the way shows of this age sound. Some major clean-up might have been nice, but for now, these simple tracks will have to do.
English Closed Captions are included.