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Given that 3D is in it's infancy stage, So To go 3D or D-box? or are they both just a FAB?


I would want to go with a Dual Projector setup for a passive polarized glasses for 3D. (All I have at the time is one 60Hz 1080i/720p Projector non-silver screen, 7.1 sound, PS3)

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A two seat retro fit, D-box Motion control system that needs a Computer. (I have a computer that can be dedicated to it)
One SRP-230 and one PC based Motion Controller.

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I just got my D-Box chairs up and running yesterday. My wife and I think it beats the pants off of 3D for truly pulling you into the film experience. I seriously cannot recommend D-Box enough now.

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I been using Dbox for more than 6 years, last year i change to the new controler .
now with 18 seats rocking. (18/24) the blu-ray image with the movements let you w/o words.
i looking for the 3d bluray to have 5D's ..
the service and quality of D-box are exc.

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