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post #1 of 6 Old 06-02-2010, 12:10 PM - Thread Starter
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What should I get I love DLP for the size to cost ratio but is lcd side by side better then the checkerboard? I am trying to figure all this out.If it helps I just bought the new Sony s470 Blu-Ray 3d player.Thanks for the help.
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Side-by-Side is half-resolution anyway, so a source using that method won't make a difference on either display.

3D Blu-Ray on the other hand, well, that's a different story.

Currently testing 3D with Sammy DLP, shutter glasses, and HTPC
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I am very clueless with all the different 3d technology I have no idea what format I should get into.
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In the 3D Central forums there are some excellent Sticky threads at top of the fourms that help you to understand the technology better.
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ok thank you
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Honestly, I think one of the best ways to get into 3D right now, is to find a cheap Mitsubishi rear-projection DLP that is 3D ready. You might find an owner that is totally clueless about 3D, and has no idea that he could use that Mits to watch ESPN 3D, or 3D Blu Ray movies, etc, etc. You just need the Mits 3DC-1000 adapter and you're good to go. Unfortunately, my living room setup requires a 50 inch flat panel, so I can't really use a rear-projection in there, otherwise I'd be looking on craigslist for a really cheap Mits.
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