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    Re: Subbed or Dubbed: Which Do You Prefer?

    It depends of two things: the company in charge of dubb and the serie per ser.
    But i prefer subbed with original audio. Have more feeling. Sometimes, the dubs are really bad and you feel, ammm, a "plastic" voices of the characters.
    But the subs have their inconvenients. If the company is bad, the subs show some things wrong, and sometimes the fonts are bad, don't have enough color, contrast or size.

    But i prefer the subtitles with original audio in japanese.
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    Re: Subbed or Dubbed: Which Do You Prefer?

    i prefer subbed, it sounds sooooooo much better in the original audio
    plus, sometimes people that dubbed might get it wrong, and sometimes when they dub they say it either too quick or too slow, makin u wonder whoes syin which part
    i was havin trouble tryin to figure out what part was which, and the whole storyline was confusing because someone dubbed this anime

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    Re: Subbed or Dubbed: Which Do You Prefer?

    I am starting to prefer subbed more then dubbed.

    What I have found is there is subbed, dubbed, and dual.

    The first Samruai Champloo I downloaded was Japanese w/ english sub.

    Then I got a dubbed version.

    When I found out the dubbed version was actually dual I switched it to japanese w/english sub.

    The english sub on the dual was totally different then on a japanese w/ english sub.

    So Subbed for me.

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    Re: Subbed or Dubbed: Which Do You Prefer?

    Subbed hands down. wait let me think about it some more. SUBBED.

    I mean come on, after you see Furi-Kuri or Full metal alchemist in japanese, then you hear the horrible dubs that dont sound like their characters at all. seriously...who gave Ed and Al redneck voiceovers? totally ruined it for me

    The only two exceptions i can think of are Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo, well besides their obvious relation to another, it just flowed well as in english as it did in japanese.

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    Re: Subbed or Dubbed: Which Do You Prefer?

    Subbed it is definitly the best.I mean just look at Naruto in ENGLISH!.....no.......

    Besides it's fun learning some Japanese words and you get more of the story line.
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    Re: Subbed or Dubbed: Which Do You Prefer?

    Quote Originally Posted by Travex View Post
    Subbed hands down. wait let me think about it some more. SUBBED.

    I mean come on, after you see Furi-Kuri or Full metal alchemist in japanese, then you hear the horrible dubs that dont sound like their characters at all. seriously...who gave Ed and Al redneck voiceovers? totally ruined it for me

    The only two exceptions i can think of are Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo, well besides their obvious relation to another, it just flowed well as in english as it did in japanese.
    You can add to the few good dubs : Hellsing and Trigun ... actually those two animes were dubbed better than the original thing ,try and you won't regret it ... but other than those two and few others ,all credit goes for subs.
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    Re: Subbed or Dubbed: Which Do You Prefer?

    I watch the dub more often, although I do prefer the subbed becasue it's less censored than the dub version, language-wise and otherwise.

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    Re: Subbed or Dubbed: Which Do You Prefer?

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