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03-24-2010, 07:02 PM
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Originally Posted by jniklast View Post
Well, after HD they are certainly looking for another way to make you buy a new TV. However, they don't want to make money by making you buy different glasses for home or the theatre, it's rather that using different polarizations (while being far superior to using a shutter) isn't that easy to implement in a TV. But because of the current techincal disadvantages of home entertainment 3D, I'm not gonna upgrade for quite some time. Once 3D is at the level of present cinemas, and there's enough 3D content, I might consider it.

Gotta say you def know your stuff about TVs eh? Remind me to talk to you before I buy my next one

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