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Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by skummer on Mon Oct 19, 2009 8:05 pm

What do you see most, and what do you like best?

I see dubbed mostly, because i can not realy read the subs in low quality. (my computer suxs in quality Sad )

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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Ennø on Mon Oct 19, 2009 8:29 pm

subbed = waaaay better than dubbed

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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Dami on Mon Oct 19, 2009 9:17 pm

dubbed = ban
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by gOt2b on Mon Oct 19, 2009 9:32 pm

Dami wrote:dubbed = ban
alright D

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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by YoY0 on Mon Oct 19, 2009 11:43 pm

I like both of them.
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by und3rt4ker on Mon Oct 19, 2009 11:58 pm

Err, I really don't understand what you people mean with "subbed and dubbed" ... someone can explain?
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by YoY0 on Tue Oct 20, 2009 12:03 am

und3rt4ker wrote:Err, I really don't understand what you people mean with "subbed and dubbed" ... someone can explain?

Subbed generally means an Anime with the original Japanese voices, but with English subtitles. Dubbed has English voice actors.
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Gäst on Tue Oct 20, 2009 1:48 am

omg Wink Subbed = ftw! Smile
Dubbed= Eeewww

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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Yusunoha on Tue Oct 20, 2009 1:57 am

I'm not even going to take a second to decide about this, sub FTW
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Diskreet on Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:58 am

the only dub ive seen is DBZ but that was before i met the internetz <33

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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Sezabi on Tue Oct 20, 2009 4:03 am

Kevin wrote:omg Wink Subbed = ftw! Smile
Dubbed= Eeewww
This.

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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Noname111111 on Tue Oct 20, 2009 6:37 am

subbed duh >__> MOST english dubs are like ugh... sound so ugly x D
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by und3rt4ker on Tue Oct 20, 2009 7:25 am

Well then I'll say subbed too, like Noname111111 said, most english dubs are fails...
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Yusunoha on Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:58 pm

Diskreet wrote:the only dub ive seen is DBZ but that was before i met the internetz <33

same here, when I was that old I didn't even know what anime was xD
and it sounds kind of stupid, but japanese voice actors really put their emotions in it, english voice actors almost never do that... and if they do they fail at it 99 out of the 100 times
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Dami on Tue Oct 20, 2009 4:04 pm

Yusunoha wrote:
Diskreet wrote:the only dub ive seen is DBZ but that was before i met the internetz <33

same here, when I was that old I didn't even know what anime was xD
and it sounds kind of stupid, but japanese voice actors really put their emotions in it, english voice actors almost never do that... and if they do they fail at it 99 out of the 100 times

Yep thats what i also noticed.
Japanese voice actors > English voice actors

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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Yusunoha on Tue Oct 20, 2009 8:02 pm

too bad japanese sometimes go overboard with things, try watching the real live action show of Prince of Tennis _[=]_O
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Post by Guest on Tue Oct 20, 2009 8:43 pm

dubbed-sucks
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Post by Blackened on Wed Oct 21, 2009 3:45 am

subbed ftw Razz

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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Mcjammu on Wed Oct 21, 2009 3:46 am

Subbed since i like the original voices :3
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by YoY0 on Wed Oct 21, 2009 4:24 am

Yusunoha wrote:
Diskreet wrote:the only dub ive seen is DBZ but that was before i met the internetz <33

same here, when I was that old I didn't even know what anime was xD
and it sounds kind of stupid, but japanese voice actors really put their emotions in it, english voice actors almost never do that... and if they do they fail at it 99 out of the 100 times

Crispin Freeman, Steve Blum, Brian Drummond, the list goes on.
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Mugen on Thu Oct 22, 2009 3:44 am

Subbed. If I watch it in dubbed, my eyes won't revert off their mouthes, since I'm constantly checking their mouth sync with the dub. (Which normally isn't good)

When I'm watching subbed, generally the mouth sync is perfect, but even still, the subs keeps my eyes of them anyway. Razz
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by YoY0 on Thu Oct 22, 2009 3:53 am

Mugen wrote:Subbed. If I watch it in dubbed, my eyes won't revert off their mouthes, since I'm constantly checking their mouth sync with the dub. (Which normally isn't good)

When I'm watching subbed, generally the mouth sync is perfect, but even still, the subs keeps my eyes of them anyway. Razz

Of course the subs are near perfect, because the subs are the original Anime.
Think of all the work the dubs have to go to. They have to convert a Japanese script to and English script and on top of that, they have to make the English script fit with the character flaps, I think they do a pretty good job considering they have twice as much work to do.
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Re: Subbed or Dubbed?

Post by Mugen on Thu Oct 22, 2009 3:55 am

YoY0 wrote:
Mugen wrote:Subbed. If I watch it in dubbed, my eyes won't revert off their mouthes, since I'm constantly checking their mouth sync with the dub. (Which normally isn't good)

When I'm watching subbed, generally the mouth sync is perfect, but even still, the subs keeps my eyes of them anyway. Razz

Of course the subs are near perfect, because the subs are the original Anime.
Think of all the work the dubs have to go to. They have to convert a Japanese script to and English script and on top of that, they have to make the English script fit with the character flaps, I think they do a pretty good job considering they have twice as much work to do.
Of course that is obvious. I wasn't criticising their job, I was just justifying as to why I prefer subs over dubs. (Don't want to give off the wrong impression like I'm some ignorant weeaboo)

To put it bluntly, I prefer things in their original language, for the obvious reasons.
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Post by YoY0 on Thu Oct 22, 2009 4:02 am

Mugen wrote:
YoY0 wrote:
Mugen wrote:Subbed. If I watch it in dubbed, my eyes won't revert off their mouthes, since I'm constantly checking their mouth sync with the dub. (Which normally isn't good)

When I'm watching subbed, generally the mouth sync is perfect, but even still, the subs keeps my eyes of them anyway. Razz

Of course the subs are near perfect, because the subs are the original Anime.
Think of all the work the dubs have to go to. They have to convert a Japanese script to and English script and on top of that, they have to make the English script fit with the character flaps, I think they do a pretty good job considering they have twice as much work to do.
Of course that is obvious. I wasn't criticising their job, I was just justifying as to why I prefer subs over dubs. (Don't want to give off the wrong impression like I'm some ignorant weeaboo)

To put it bluntly, I prefer things in their original language, for the obvious reasons.

I see so many people these days criticize the dubs and they really don't know a damn thing, and just follow what other people are saying. Hehe never mind, I like them both.
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Post by Mugen on Thu Oct 22, 2009 4:05 am

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YoY0 wrote:
Mugen wrote:Subbed. If I watch it in dubbed, my eyes won't revert off their mouthes, since I'm constantly checking their mouth sync with the dub. (Which normally isn't good)

When I'm watching subbed, generally the mouth sync is perfect, but even still, the subs keeps my eyes of them anyway. Razz

Of course the subs are near perfect, because the subs are the original Anime.
Think of all the work the dubs have to go to. They have to convert a Japanese script to and English script and on top of that, they have to make the English script fit with the character flaps, I think they do a pretty good job considering they have twice as much work to do.
Of course that is obvious. I wasn't criticising their job, I was just justifying as to why I prefer subs over dubs. (Don't want to give off the wrong impression like I'm some ignorant weeaboo)

To put it bluntly, I prefer things in their original language, for the obvious reasons.

I see so many people these days criticize the dubs and they really don't know a damn thing, and just follow what other people are saying. Hehe never mind, I like them both.

I agree, there have been times where I think the dubbed over the subbed. Like for example Dragonball Z. The dubs in that I liked, I think they got the voice cast for that pretty spot on, but when I actually heard the Japanese later on I couldn't stand it.

The same applies to the anime Beyblade.
Then again, I think if I watch the anime in, whatever language I listen to it in, it's that first language I get accustomed to and if I here the alternative/original language, it either takes some time to get accustomed to or I just dislike it.
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