LG 42LW450U LED Plus Cinema 3D DivX HD TV - £745 @ Electro Centre - HotUKDeals
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think is good price for 3d tv that uses your cinema 3d glasses

Special Offer! Get £100 cash back on this LG 3D TV!

Exclusively for Sky customers only. This offer is valid from 7 April - 7 June 2011.

7 Pair of 3D Glasses Included.
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banned#1
this is the non shutter (passive) type, but you get half the resolution 540p -not- 1080p per eye since you get to watch the screen with both eyes at the same time (half the lines for each eye)
banned#2
I dont know but LG claim that their passive 3D TVs were capable of displaying true 1080p (1920×1080) resolution to each eye.
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£744 @Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B004ZC3JP2

Edited By: bierrrr on May 17, 2011 20:34
#4
I like electro centre so I voted HOT, TV ? not so much. I dont think 3D's will ever kick off, except the 3D's that dont require glasses, they might have some potential.
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tarryboy
I like electro centre so I voted HOT, TV ? not so much. I dont think 3D's will ever kick off, except the 3D's that dont require glasses, they might have some potential.


well if you go to cinema watch 3d movies using those glasses , means u will like this tv is new generation 3d with light weight glasses same as cinema one, so for me is this tech who gonna boost 3d tv u can barely feel the glasses on ur nose and the colors reproduction and bright are same as cinema one . i make my own 3d movies at home with somes software your can reproduce side by side from 2d sources it's awsome :)
#6
42" seems a wee bit small for 3d IMO, cheap price tho
#7
gool54
tarryboy
I like electro centre so I voted HOT, TV ? not so much. I dont think 3D's will ever kick off, except the 3D's that dont require glasses, they might have some potential.


well if you go to cinema watch 3d movies using those glasses , means u will like this tv is new generation 3d with light weight glasses same as cinema one, so for me is this tech who gonna boost 3d tv u can barely feel the glasses on ur nose and the colors reproduction and bright are same as cinema one . i make my own 3d movies at home with somes software your can reproduce side by side from 2d sources it's awsome :)


If you went to the cinema in the 50s you would also be using those glasses, I'm not saying there is anything wrong with any 3d tech although there are drawbacks of most.

.LCD shutter glasses have plenty of issues., I notice flicker and crosstalk alot.

I've not tried a passive set with polarised glasses yet on a TV, will be interesting to try it.
#8
Bought the 47lw550t last Friday and returned it on Saturday the input lag made playing the Xbox impossible, reviews say it is 100ms, not good

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