Originally Posted by Darin
Heh, well hopefully you will get a more clear answer than this one
in response to whether or not they do proper 5:5 pulldown on 24hz material.
IRT my question for Mitsubishi on if my 60-735 is truely 3d ready.
Thank you for contacting Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. We are pleased to be able to assist our customers via our website. Here is the information that you have requested:
DLP TVs do not do 120 frames per second. 3D uses 120 sub-frames per second, not full frames. The TV already does 120 sub-frames per second (this is what TI calls Smooth Picture and others call wobulation), 3D just addresses each sub-frame with different information for each eye.
From: Hayward Wilson III [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, October 19, 2008 9:53 AM
To: MDEA Service
Subject: 3D ready
I would like to know if it is true that in order for 3d to work the TV needs to be 120hz vice 60hz. If this is so then how are you TV's 3d ready? I own the wd60-735 is it 120hz or 60hz and am I correct or wrong. I do understand it is stated that things may change irt 3d requirements but where am I for now.
I still don't know if he was saying my 60-735 can handle it or not. After looking at my question, maybe I wasn't very clear.