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I'm looking into testing out 3D on my mitsubishi TV. I'm having a bit of difficulty understanding how to accomplish this though. I've done a little bit of research, on the mitsubishi site. http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com/feature/3DTV/3D_FAQ
Basically it is saying I should get the mitsubishi emitter and glasses. I was wondering what the need for the emitter was, is it for non DLP glasses?
I was wondering if I can go a different route, getting the Optoma-BG-ZD101 glasses since they appear to be highly rated? With this, would I just set my TV up to DLP and it'll work without the emitter?
Also, looking through the menus there seems to be a 2D+ Depth which appear to convert 2D to 3D, I was hoping to get any input on this and how good it looks. I plan on using the 2D+ Depth mostly since my satellite box doesn't support 3D, but I hope that I can setup the Nvidia 3D Vision through my HTPC.
I have a Yamaha RX-567 receiver which does support 3D. I'll probably pick up a PS3 to play official 3D movies, will this use the true 3D capability at that point instead of using the 2D+ Depth?
Sorry if this is kind of noobish, but I tried to do my reading but it's a bit confusing. Thank you for any help/advise.