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Katie Cadet
  • A fun fact is that I tried the Panny on my Commodore CRT (as it has no unified output for VHS and DVD, VHS is composite only), but on the Progressive Scan VHS JVC machine, I used a 1080p Samsung LED monitor with Component Input for the best quality of the VHS and DVD outputs.
    Bought two DVD VHS VCR Combo Players from local thrift stores with built-in DTS decoding (stereo only) via analog and digital outputs:

    1. JVC HR-XVC37U (with Unified Progressive Scan VHS and DVD outputs, no extra DVD-Audio functionality)

    2. Panasonic PV-D4754 (with extra DVD-Audio functionality, VHS is composite only)
    While I was out last month, I found Plumo at the Farm for Windows 3.1 and 68k Macintosh on CD-ROM from 1999! Among the other titles I recently got is the 4-disc edition of the World Book Multimedia Encyclopedia 2000 for Windows 95. This was a major upgrade to the 1-disc edition that I got previously during my childhood!
    I recently got a hold of a copy of E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial 40th Anniversary 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray combo set from Amazon, and it appears to be one of Steven Spielberg’s foray into family adventure films from a far away planet to our own home: Earth!
    Downloaded and tested the free version of The Sims 4 on my Custom Built High Performance Windows 10 PC via the EA client.
    I've finally added a PlayStation 4 Pro to my computer and video game collection! Started playing The Sims 4 (Free!) on that new system. It's a worthwhile addition to my PlayStation collection in light of the limited stock of the PS5!
    Watched a Weston Woods/Scholastic DVD of Eric Carle's A House for Hermit Crab (my childhood) (1987, book, 2015, DVD) on my 4k Home Theatre using my HiSense 4k Roku TV, and my Sony UBP-X800M2.
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