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Post Reply What do you guys prefer Dub or Sub?
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30 / M / Natal - RN - Brasil
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Posted 11/18/13
I really like anime DUB
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I prefer sub for 2 reasons: First one is because Japanese VA sound more animated in terms of expressing emotions. They are very good and just fits the character; Second reason is for learning the language. Getting used to hearing the language.

although i prefer sub, there are times where I want dub for certain shows -- the shows where the native language sounds too weird that it's hard to differentiate the emotion being portrayed.
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19 / F / The Land Of Ooo
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Posted 11/18/13
I like dubs the best
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I prefer sub. I love hearing the voices of the Japanese voice actors; I don't know what's about theyre voices that i love so much, but it's such an ear pleaser. Plus I enjoy listening to it in Japanese, I feel like my ears are getting more and more used the language which is great! And learning new Japanese words are always fun
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18 / F / In an imperfect w...
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Posted 11/18/13
always subbed. i'll admit a few dubs are good, but most of them suck
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Posted 11/18/13

PotofPotatoes wrote:

Just thought it is an interesting topic! Let me know what you think. Also check out the video I made for this disscussion!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Adv2MjlOFg4


I prefer dubs because I hate having to stare at tiny text at the bottom of the screen instead of looking at what's going on. But only if the dub is good, of course. I'd pick subs over a bad dub any day. I've never understood why people don't like dubs just because they're in English, though. How is one language better than another?
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Sub. Magica Madoka Converted me.

Before Ep 10: Well, this opening is incredibly saccharine. Hope I don't get a cavity from just listening to it.

After Ep: 10: OMFG, THIS OPENING THAT'S SO SAD THEY'VE BEEN TWISTING THE KNIFE THIS WHOLE TIME WHHYYYYYYYYY *Crying forever*

For real though, Japanease is such a lovely language. I just love hearing people speak it even if I can't. So subbed all the way!
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Posted 11/18/13
I really don't mind, I like both really

Most things I'll prefer a dub but sometimes I'll prefer a sub, Just really depends on how the voices sound

Like Hellsing Ultimate, I love the Dub because The Majors voice is utterly AMAZING!!!!!
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16 / F / Japan
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Posted 11/22/14
The thing about raw anime is that it's hard to find. At one point, I tried to search for Japanese websites that have free anime since I figured it would have anime fast, plus language wasn't much of a problem (I translate Japanese artists' works on Danbooru). And well, I ended up finding some on nicovideo, but I was unable to watch anything past the first episode. Furthermore, other websites had it but in very terrible quality. Oddly, most off the anime on the Internet is subbed. I don't watch dubbed anime.

Then, there's manga. It's nearly impossible for me to find free manga in Japanese. I'm cheap, so I'm not the sort of person to go downtown to Tsutaya so I can buy books. All the free manga online is in English. I'm not complaining, but why is that?

The problem doesn't necessarily end there. For some stupid reason, even though I live in Japan, some anime websites are unavailable. Like, what the hell? At the very least, I can play Kantai Collection.

If I had things my way, I'd prefer watching anime in Japanese subtitles. Most japanese TV shows have subtitles under them because people don't always speak clearly. I'd like it if American TV did the same (like Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, but Im pretty sure no one can understand them).
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Posted 11/22/14
Some subs and some dubs, though I think it mostly depends on what I hear first.
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18 / M / Britain
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Posted 11/22/14
So far, All the dubs that i've watched are reasonably good.

I watch a lot of anime on the bus, to and from college every day, so dubs are so much more convinient. I prefer dubs personally, but i wouldn't miss out on an anime just because it's subbed (or say "i'm waiting for the dubs").

Dubs are more convenient, but i have no qualms with watching subbed
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23 / F / Pennsylvania, USA
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Posted 11/22/14
I enjoy both Sub and Dubbed versions, unless the dub is horribly butchered *cough*4Kids One Piece*cough* I'm glad that Funimation saved/revived One Piece.
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Posted 11/22/14
i tend to watch sub more because a lot of dubs aren't dubbed well enough imo but some animes i just can't stand some of the voices in the original version (like ed's voice in fma) so i watch the dub
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Posted 11/22/14
Almost exclusively subs. I've been a life-long horror fan, so watching subtitled films is first nature at this point. Even it it weren't true before, the abortion Funi cranked out for High School DXD would have had me looking at subs.
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