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Ever since their invention in the early 1900s movies have affected society in several ways Not only have they glamorized the trends of their respective time periods but they have also set trends A new facet of the film industry was introduced in the late 1970s - early 1980s this of course was the VCR the ability to take the in theater movie experience and bring it home This aspect of the industry really thrived in the 80s and 90s This was of course until the advent of the Digital Versatile Disc DVD a disc that encapsulates the perfect movie experience Like most upgrades in technology the DVD is a movie goers feast an infinite resource of special features waiting to be tapped Although both DVD and VHS have many features DVD is the best method for movie viewing VCRs have been around since the 70s and have steadily improved in programming capabilities as well as picture clarity and sound They also now have added stereo sound that is a big improvement of the original models There is one big advantage to the VCR and thats the capability to record We currently have CD-ROM write capability on our computers which is a big advantage over using diskette or hard drive storage There are currently a couple of companies that have developed DVD playerrecorders but the price tags are out of sight These will come down over the next year or so Currently there is a wider selection of movies on VHS but that wont last for long Each week there are more and more titles coming out on DVD Remember VHS has had 25 years lead time VHS movies and concerts are cheaper by 3 - 5 each depending on the title this too will change over time As demand for DVDs grows the volume of sales will increase and the price will go down Even though the VCR started home movie viewing if
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