I myself usually prefer the German synchronization and am actually always very well run, at least until - yes damn - the new X-Files Season came. Creepy as the figures now sound, really disgusting creepy. Except for Dana Scully – and Mulder was another series „tainted“, because you can no longer well the X-Files voice vorkramen. However, how influential the synchro may be finally in a series, must not be underestimated in any case. Disregarding among other quite well at this snippet of Sherlock - logically, that the German version works for me best here, English but with better understanding of Nuscheleien, Speech speed and the vocabulary would be not too bad anyway. Amazing is also, how well Martin Freeman is to be synchronized, während Benedict Cumberbatch in so gar keiner Sprache richtig passen will…
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