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Are there any Runco D-73d users out here? I m looking for some user experiences with this dual stack passive projector solution. How is the 3D compared to eg. the 3D on a Sony VW1000 or SIM2 3-DS and how is the 2D compared to JVC?
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Why deal with a big bulky two-projector stack (with all the attendant mounting and alignment challenges) when you can get the job done with a single projector like the M.150?
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Why deal with a big bulky two-projector stack (with all the attendant mounting and alignment challenges) when you can get the job done with a single projector like the M.150?
because it is passive 3D which is supposed to be 10x better than active 3D (shutter glasses)
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Brightness.
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because it is passive 3D which is supposed to be 10x better than active 3D (shutter glasses)

Really?...perhaps 10x better than poorly executed active 3D...the kind you get with slow refresh rates, inadequate brightness, and sub-standard processing. There are good and not-so-good iterations of both passive and active technologies. It would be wrong to make a blanket generalization about one or the other.
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