Please help! The more I read the more I am getting confused...
I own a Pioneer that can read looseless LPCM signals (LX03). I also own a 3D-ready 720p projector (Optoma HD67).
I would like to build up a HD HTPC (ie, with bluray) that has a rather small footprint which could utilize both, the LPCM part of the amplifier and the 3D-ready part of the projector.
I have read a few reports suggesting that the quality of the image using NVIDIA's infra-red emitter was much better than the DLP-link image, because of the lack of white flashes (used to synch the glasses). Therefore I am looking for an NVIDIA-based solution. But please note, that at best, I would play Sudoku with this PC
I've read in the very first post that a core i5 processor was sufficient. Could I thus go for a microATX motherboard with the new Intel Sandy Bridges and the NVIDIA vision 3D kit, without buying a dedicated NVIDIA GPU?
If in the contrary you suggest to go the AMD route, is there any IR emitter available that would do the synching with the glasses? Does the AMD solution support 3D-ready 720p projectors (ie, that use frame sequential and not checkerboard)?
I understand these are quite a few questions, but ain't that obvious what is needed!
Thank you for the help