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post #1 of 3 Old 09-05-2012, 01:33 AM - Thread Starter
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Is it true, as DIRECTV claims, that to get 3D from their DVR it must be connected directly to a 3D display, or can it go through a 3D-ready receiver? All HDMI of course.

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If the 3D receiver works just like the MTV7000D MINI there won't be any problem.
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DIRECTV's policy is if it works for you that's fine, but if it doesn't they won't do anything to correct it. I have a Denon AVR891 and I've used a HR23, H21, HR24, HR34 and C31 through it for 3D. Before the Denon I tried an Onkyo and Pioneer and both failed with 3D.
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