Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Living Fireplace DVD|
Director: Stephen D. Spivak
Genres: Special Interests
This DVD features 8 unique scenes and 103 minutes of total content. Filmed in high definition (HD) video 16:9 widescreen format, it includes 6 soothing musical soundtracks. Features include Natural sound effects, Play musi... more »
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Rebecca Johnson | Washington State | 12/08/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The fireplace scenes on this DVD include a Red Brick, Stone, Modern, Dark Marble, Light Marble, Christmas (also has presents and candles) or Psychedelic Fireplace.
You can select music only, crackling log sounds or just the fireplace scenes. They can either rotate endlessly or you can view one at a time with music, which seems to be the most relaxing experience.
Audio options for the music: Smooth Jazz, Ambient, World Beat, Orchestral Piano, Acoustic Guitar and Christmas Music.
The Christmas fireplace with the Christmas music or Orchestral Piano seems the most relaxing so far. The stone fireplace seems to work with the World Beat music, although the music seems to be a little more fiesty than the fireplace.
You might enjoy listening to the "Candlelight Guitarist CD," while playing the fireplace with no sound. With the option for no sound at all, you can have a fireplace and your own music as an additional option.
~The Rebecca Review
There are better Fireplaces than this.
Warren Brimmer | 01/09/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"1)Each fireplace is around 8-10 minutes, too short.
2)Not that high definition.
3)8 fireplaces, but only 2 look good.
4)Was let down in a nutshell.
5)I prefered the OUTPOSTFX (Plasma DV) fireplace, the fireplace takes around 40 minutes to wear out and it looks much better."
"filmed in HD is misleading"
vin | cheyenne | 09/18/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"just a small note to potential customers. the company mentions "just another use for your HDTV" FYI buyer beware, these are in DVD format and DVD's have resolution of max 480p, so if you have an HDTV you will not be watching it in true HD, reguardless if it was "filmed in HD" or not. even if your DVD/BR player or receiver up converts the picture to 720/1080i/1080p it will still not look as good as it would if it was available on BlueRay. I am not bashing the product, just mearly trying to make a customer aware of what they are truely getting. enjoy, and thanks for reading."
I like this thing
Oma | Walnut Creek CA USA | 12/16/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Love this video. The crackling fire sounds make you want to rush over and close the screen. The realistic images make you want to rush over and rub your hands together in front of it. We live in a small co-op in Rossmoor (Walnut Creek) California. Now and then we just NEED a fireplace!"