Hi DA Vid Boulet:
I think I didnt get my point duely clear. we got reports from CES referrring to release of devices in 3D that are imcompatible with the preset blue ray players, hi def tv sets and certainly projectors. The reports said that many new receivers will be also imcompatible.
Picture the following situation: you just purchased a JVC projector (RS 25 or HD 950), a very good blue ray, a full hd tv set and a top receiver freshly released. How much did it all cost?
Now you just have to upgrade to a technology that is immersive, new, certainly expensive, and can take around at least two years (being optimistic to reach the ideal standard. I have read a lot about the subject and it seems that a lot of cons will affect a prompt acceptance of the technology.
Lots of people have already gone to expensive projectors, high def tvs, blue ray players, and if it's true that they are incompatible with 3D, what do you think they will do? As me, simply wait.
One great point to be considered yet is that going to a theater once in a while and use glasses is acceptable, but using them all the time in your home theater is quite different. I dare say a great majority of people will get away.
I'm not against 3D. Much to contrary I really wish it to be succesful, but after it gets mature enough. Definitely it is not. I'm not showing my point of view, but most experts point of view.
Early adoption can cause waste of money and deception. Since I'll be doing well with my RS 25 that's about to come, my sony bravia hi def, my new Denon receiver, certainly I won't dispose of them just to have 3D, If I have to pay this price.
I will wait, as millions will do, and whatch what happens in the next years.
As someone said in this thread, posts as this can be placed elsewhere. I see many are discussing about possible technical aspects of 3d sources to come and I don't want to spoil the party, its really unfair.