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kirkcuy67 04-01-2010 08:02 AM

New 3D tv's
 
So the new 3D TV's are rolling out and I can not find any information on if the older blu-ray 3D movies i.e. Land of the Lost will be compatible with the new glasses any help would be appreciated.

MagaditH 04-01-2010 09:12 AM

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Originally Posted by kirkcuy67 (Post 302269)
So the new 3D TV's are rolling out and I can not find any information on if the older blu-ray 3D movies i.e. Land of the Lost will be compatible with the new glasses any help would be appreciated.

no 3-d blu-rays yet, but there is a new ESPN 3-d channel about to air.

Saquist 04-01-2010 09:19 AM

I went to the store to test it out...It sucks....gotta where a pair of powered goggles...I'm not sitting at home like that...My 52 inch motion pluse by Samsung is stellar and vividly clear.

kevin 04-01-2010 09:34 AM

That's my beef with 3D TV as well. I'm happy to wear the glasses in a cinema watching 3D on a big screen, but I have no plans to sit every night at home watching TV with them on as well.

kirkcuy67 04-01-2010 10:27 AM

I have several 3d blu-rays however they are based on the red/green glasses, what I am trying to figure out is if you can watch the red/green format with the new tv's. i tried the movie theater glasses but it does not work on the old red/green glasses.



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Originally Posted by MagaditH (Post 302272)
no 3-d blu-rays yet, but there is a new ESPN 3-d channel about to air.


Mr pointy ears 04-01-2010 05:01 PM

In a few years,the 3-d phase will fade,then something else will come out and then everyone will have to get rid of their 3-d tvs and brought the so called new tv.

martok2112 04-02-2010 06:11 PM

Soon, TV's will just plug directly into the brain for complete immersion and high-definition viewing. :D

Saquist 04-02-2010 07:04 PM

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Originally Posted by kevin (Post 302274)
That's my beef with 3D TV as well. I'm happy to wear the glasses in a cinema watching 3D on a big screen, but I have no plans to sit every night at home watching TV with them on as well.


It was just mediocre...I'm not sure if that's worth it...
3,000 dollars and everyone whos going to enjoy it have to buy a pair....LAME


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