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TT Isle of Man 2011 [Blu-ray]

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Originally released in 2011.

TT Isle of Man 2011 [Blu-ray]
TT Isle of Man 2011 [Blu-ray]


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Specification: TT Isle of Man 2011 [Blu-ray]

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


MPAA rating

Unrated (Not Rated)

Package Dimensions

6.69 x 5.35 x 0.55 inches, 1.44 Ounces

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Media Format

Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Import

Release date

October 4, 2011



Country of Origin

United Kingdom

Number of discs


Reviews (5)

5 reviews for TT Isle of Man 2011 [Blu-ray]

3.6 out of 5
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  1. Daniel

    This is a must for a TT fans, the quality of the video is really good. Highly recommended.

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  2. headbehindthebubble

    After a few dry years, the modern day King of the mountain returned in 2011. After the extremely one sided 2010 season, this year the prizes were shared around quite nicely among the top riders, which made for some good racing. The coverage, again, was as you would expect, very good, with great visuals and a knowledgeble commentary team. Thankfully Milky Quayle was replaced by Steve Plater and joined the entertaining pairing of Jamie Witham and Steve Parrish, who pair off well with each other. The package is pretty good with this edition, again, being a Blu-Ray and DVD set, but for me there were two issues that niggled. The first was the un-skipable advert for the TT Laps DVD, which is fine if you’re going to sit and watch all four plus hours in one go, but if like me, you watch a few races at a time, then this quickly grates. Secondly, about half way through the programme, the sounds goes about a second out of synch. You only notice this when the riders are being interviewed at the end, but this is basic stuff

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  3. Gary C Wood

    The quality of the filming on both the bluray disc and DVD is excellent. However, on the bluray disc, the sound is out of sync with the picture. This means that when you watch a rider interview, for instance, the sound you hear doesn’t line up with their mouth moving.

    I contacted Duke directly about this and they said it’s a known issue but that they won’t be re-authoring the disc to fix it. This is a real pity, because it means this bluray product is pretty useless – you’ll end up watching the included DVD copy.

    I’d recommend anyone considering buying this saves money by buying the DVD on its own. The bluray picture quality is fantastic, but the sound issues detract to the extent that inferior picture quality with proper sound is preferable.

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  4. Jörg Schnakenbeck

    Ein Muss für jeden Biker….die Szenen im Rennen sind gestochen scharf und der Sound lassen einen quasi live dabei sein.

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