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2 questions. Couldn't get any takers in the lg thread. Has anyone tried this,with the lg pf1500???

Also... is it possible to take it one step further and combine the vip theater with a 2d to 3d converter??

Regular cable box/tv...2d to 3d converter.... vip theater...

Maybe I'm asking for too much lol.

You can use it with a 2D-3D converter. I previously used my Theater with a 3DBee converter. However, the Bee wouldn't pass a 3D signal (from a 3D BDP, for instance), so the wiring needed to use it to convert 2D movies from a 3D BDP (it did a much better job than the conversion in the player) and still watch 3D Blu-Rays from the player was a pain and I quit using it.

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Hm so basically if you have a true 3d output, and then a 3d to 3d converter output they would need to swapped back and forth (wiring)?

I think I can live with that since I'm probably going to convert 2d to 3d 90% of the time I use the 3d option.


Any idea about the pf1500? Just worried about the 60 hz. On led tvs I don't notice any blurring etc on 120 or 240hz tv but can definitely see it on 60hz tv.... I'm thinking projector at 100 inches would be worse...and then a 3d converter would make it even worse.

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Hm so basically if you have a true 3d output, and then a 3d to 3d converter output they would need to swapped back and forth (wiring)?

I think I can live with that since I'm probably going to convert 2d to 3d 90% of the time I use the 3d option.


Any idea about the pf1500? Just worried about the 60 hz. On led tvs I don't notice any blurring etc on 120 or 240hz tv but can definitely see it on 60hz tv.... I'm thinking projector at 100 inches would be worse...and then a 3d converter would make it even worse.

Thanks for replying!

I don't know about the other standalone converters. The 3DBee definitely wouldn't pass a 3D signal, so I had to run the output from the BDP to a splitter, sending it both through and around the Bee to a switch where I could select which would go to the Theater. It was a kludge and a real PITA to use. I was trying to avoid unplugging, rerouting, and re-plugging cables, since they were not only in a cabinet, but HDMI connectors are relatively fragile and not really meant for repeated connection and disconnection.

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Thank you for your help and info. I think I'll just hold off on the lg projector for now then and hope for its successor to bring 3d back properly

If it goes on sale though.... lol
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