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just got my 3dtv :)

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
well i managed to pick up my panasonic 3dtv today and those who think 3d will not be massive havent seen what i have seen today all be it the sky 3d channel, but its jaw dropping and works like a dream somethings work better than others but i guarantee 3d will be massive for games and tv its in a different league to hd
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
sweeeeeeeet how are the glasses? can you tell that they are flickering? sorry not sure how shutter glasses work :\
#2
*very slightly jealous*

:w00t:
#3
welcome to 2009
#4
bykergrove
sweeeeeeeet how are the glasses? can you tell that they are flickering? sorry not sure how shutter glasses work :\


when are you buying yours? bet you ll wait for the tech to mature lil bit more.....
banned#5
saayinla
when are you buying yours? bet you ll wait for the tech to mature lil bit more.....


i'm going to buy mine when i move out my parents house... nice tech is not appreciated in this house :p..... and my bedroom and study are almost full up :oops:


by then hopefully the tech will be more stable too.... an ultra slim oled 3d tv would be nice...(if that's even possible!)
#7
lcd or plasma? which tv and where from/ how much? man I neeeeeeeeed one
#8
http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/32746/world-largest-autostereoscopic-3d-display

I like the look of this idea-agree 3d will be massive but for home viewing I believe that "non glasses" may be the way to go. I would love to buy one now but just too many formats being considered by various companies to know what will come out on top.
banned#9
Whats the pron like on it?


black gerbil1
welcome to 2009


Your mum has a CRT.
banned#10
#11
looks kool waiting until the best format is decided before i buy
banned#12
fragaliciousbob
do you mean tron or porn



LOL... It wasn't a typo... but Porter got it right enough!:-D
banned#13
dcx_badass
Not gonna take off well you have to wear glasses, especially ones as bad as these:



Hell will freeze over before I sit in my house watching Tv in those.
#14
A Sky installer told me you have to black out the room for 3D :?

And sort the wires out:p
banned#15
jtx
A Sky installer told me you have to black out the room for 3D :?

And sort the wires out:p


You need a good 100" plus screen really, so a projector would be required for that. You'll definitely need the room darkening up somewhat for that.
#16
if 3d takes off in a big way no doubt fashion designer companies will be coming up with glasses etc

sounds good though porter enjoy the new tech! :)
#18
the porter
plasma i wouldnt touch an lcd its the panny 50vt20 £1999 inc 5 year warranty i got the last 1 from panasonic blackburn


me too, always gotta be a plasma, gotta work on the mrs now :thumbsup:
#20
3dtv wont be massive while they bum you with £2000 price tags. Maybe once they hit the £500-£750 mark. I refused to go hdtv until I could get one for sub £400, so 3d will be a long way off for me.
banned#21
pinkleponkle
3dtv wont be massive while they bum you with £2000 price tags. Maybe once they hit the £500-£750 mark. I refused to go hdtv until I could get one for sub £400, so 3d will be a long way off for me.


3D will probably get incorporated into all TV sets in the next few years as long as its popularity continues growing. If the bubble bursts (and I pray it does for my own reasons) then that may change. It wouldn't affect those that have one already as they still make great HDTVs, the Panny in question is the closest TV to get to Kuro's quality yet.
#22
pinkleponkle
3dtv wont be massive while they bum you with £2000 price tags. Maybe once they hit the £500-£750 mark. I refused to go hdtv until I could get one for sub £400, so 3d will be a long way off for me.


thats because you are cheap
#23
pinkleponkle
3dtv wont be massive while they bum you with £2000 price tags. Maybe once they hit the £500-£750 mark. I refused to go hdtv until I could get one for sub £400, so 3d will be a long way off for me.


Just like how people said Plasmas would never take off with their £3000 price tag without full HD and thousands and thousands bought them, and even when they dropped to £1500 for full HD people bought and bought and bought.

I'm guessing you where born last night? :)
#24
It took ages for plasmas to take off. This is a bit like the jump from dvd to bluray/hd-dvd rather than the jump from video to dvd. If you have a lush hdtv are you really going to ditch it for a 3dtv? most wont.
banned#25
Wotwot123
Just like how people said Plasmas would never take off with their £3000 price tag without full HD and thousands and thousands bought them, and even when they dropped to £1500 for full HD people bought and bought and bought.

I'm guessing you where born last night? :)


Very different situation really though. You can't compare the two technologies from a growth perspective.
banned#26
the porter
mate i cant see a difference between my pio 9th gen kuro and my new panny its right up there with the kuro this model


That's what I said.
#27
CRT, Plasma, LCD, HD, 3D so whats next-perhaps smelly telly!
#28
Mighty Anorak
CRT, Plasma, LCD, HD, 3D so whats next-perhaps smelly telly!


OLED noob :p
banned#29
the porter
lol i was just backing your statement up ;-)


Sorry I thought you misread what I put.
banned#30
numptyj
OLED noob :p


That's just a development of HDTVs though. Wonder just how long they will take to hit the mainstream at sizes more than a few inches.

Saw one in Best Buy last year and it looked stunning even though it was digital photo frame size.
#31
master_chief
That's just a development of HDTVs though. Wonder just how long they will take to hit the mainstream at sizes more than a few inches.

Saw one in Best Buy last year and it looked stunning even though it was digital photo frame size.


yeah I've seen the XEL-1 at sony HQ it looked soooo nice
#32
My Tv's in 3D, and I dont need any stoopid glasses.
#33
numptyj
OLED noob :p


I take your point but what I realy meant was adding another 'dimension' to the the TV. For example OLED 3D will be 3D TV essentially. Smelly Telly ,however, could be different and its not an impossiblility as I have read that the boffins are already experimenting with the idea.
#34
Mighty Anorak
I take your point but what I realy meant was adding another 'dimension' to the the TV. For example OLED 3D will be 3D TV essentially. Smelly Telly ,however, could be different and its not an impossiblility as I have read that the boffins are already experimenting with the idea.


yeah I was joking lol, dno what the next sorta tech will be but wont be for a few more years now I'm guessing
#35
numptyj
yeah I was joking lol, dno what the next sorta tech will be but wont be for a few more years now I'm guessing


I reckon I will hold out for the smelly telly and tune in to cookery programs or perfumes on QVC to get best out of it!

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