on 16-05-2012 03:21 PM
So i have decided to upgrade my current 32" HDTV for a bigger (40-42") 3DTV.
The one appealing to me at the moment is-
I know there are better TV's out there but for my budget (£500-600) this seems to be one of the better TV's out there..
on 17-05-2012 02:41 AM
Please post that you have actualy tried 3D first and are not just buying a 3D TV because "its a 3DTV".
Are you bying a passive 3D TV because of the health scares over active or do you want a passive version for cheapness, The cost of glasses for Active are more is that going to put you of active 3D.
Yes it true people who have no other signs of eye strain induced headache / sickness have now found out they can't use active 3D as the Frequency of the shutter glasses triggers the sickness and headache.
Passive 3D does take a quality drop over Active 3D sets.
Yes its true that it still depends 100% on the TV set but normaly active are better.
the biggest problem with 3D...
I hate 3D glasses.... At the cinema about 20% of my vision is the stupid black plastic frames of the glasses.
Theres no picture of the glasses but it does come with 7 pairs according to the review which likely means there the cheap cinema type. so you should add on £40 if you need to buy a goods pairs for the house hold. use the cheap 7 pairs for the kids to
eat sorry wear...
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