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What type of 3D HDTV do you own?

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What type of 3D HDTV do you own?

I own a 3D ready Samsung 61 inch LED DLP model HL61A750.
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What type of 3D HDTV do you own?

I own a 3D ready Samsung 61 inch LED DLP.

i own 3d ready samsung 56 inch led dlp
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I have a 73" "3D-ready" Mits DLP, and I just recently bought the Samsung un55c8000.

However, since the poll only let me pick one, I picked the LCD since I can actually watch 3D on it right now.
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Samsung HL67A750 LED DLP
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67" LED DLP would like to watch sports looking through a box seat window!!
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Why are DLPs so much more popular than plasmas and LCDs? Are they better at producing 3D than plasmas and LCD?
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Why are DLPs so much more popular than plasmas and LCDs? Are they better at producing 3D than plasmas and LCD?

They have been available since 2007 - that is why.
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They have been available since 2007 - that is why.

Over 4 Million 3D ready DLP HDTVs were sold in the US alone. That is a large market to help establish 3D as an established format. If the CEM are smart they will take advantage of this.
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Over 4 Million 3D ready DLP HDTVs were sold in the US alone. That is a large market to help establish 3D as an established format. If the CEM are smart they will take advantage of this.

There are over 75 million HDTV's in the USA alone so that 4 million is a very small amount.
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There are over 75 million HDTV's in the USA alone so that 4 million is a very small amount.

That is over 5% of all the HDTVs that have been sold. Of course it is even a larger percentage of the 3D market. I wish I had 4 million potential customers as I would be a rich man.
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Mitsubishi wd-60737 DLP here and the 3D looks great no complaints yet.
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The poll should have had seperate DLP options.

1) Mitsubishi 3D ready TV that will work with 3D.
2) Samsung 3D ready TV that won't work with hardly anything since samsung sucks.
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Originally Posted by Lee Stewart View Post

They have been available since 2007 - that is why.

The Price was Right..
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The Price was Right..

The picture was right as well. Cnet gave the Samsung 3D ready DLP HL61A750 and HL67A750 its Editor Choice Award and ranked it as having one of the best pictures of any HDTV that they had ever reviewed.

It's a shame Samsung abandoned its customers that bought these sets.

http://reviews.cnet.com/projection-t...ag=mncol;lst;1
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Overwhelming 3D ready DLP so far.
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Anyone with a 3D ready DLP order a 3D Checkerboard Converter yet or have plans to?
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Overwhelming 3D ready DLP so far.

Why would this be a surprise? They have been available for 3 years - not 2 months iike the new 3DTVs have.
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Originally Posted by philnerd View Post

The poll should have had seperate DLP options.

1) Mitsubishi 3D ready TV that will work with 3D.
2) Samsung 3D ready TV that won't work with hardly anything since samsung sucks.

I have both :lol:


I bought a 73C9 Mits not only to upgrade (size) from the Sammy 61a750, but also so I could transition to 3D easier.
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I have both :lol:


I bought a 73C9 Mits not only to upgrade (size) from the Sammy 61a750, but also so I could transition to 3D easier.

One nice advantage there is that if you get DLP-Link glasses they should work on both televisions. Granted, assuming you get some sort of 3D working on the samsung. Dang... every day I look at this forum and I'm reminded what a craptastic company that is.
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Anyone with a 3D ready DLP order a 3D Checkerboard Converter yet or have plans to?

i did today. the place i qodered it from says they have 6 of them comeing. he didnt tell me when yet.
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Anyone with a 3D ready DLP order a 3D Checkerboard Converter yet or have plans to?


I have plans to order it, but I'm waiting to see what happens on Father's Day... If it is not forthcoming, I will wait for a discounted price from one of the vendors. Unless, of course, I just can't stand it any longer.
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Samsung PN50C7000 Plasma but it's probably going back (not because of the 3D, too many issues with regular 2D viewing) .

* Firmware updates have cleared up most of the issues.
Jason
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Samsung HL67A750 LED DLP
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3D Ready DLPs appear to have a strong backing. You would think this would be incentive for someone to manufacture a reasonably priced 3D Checkerboard Converter.
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my dlp 5075s is 3d ready what do i need to get the ball rolling? do i need a samsung 3d blu-ray player or can my ps3 be used?
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Samsung un55c8000 and their matching glasses. World Cup looks quite good via DirecTV. On Demand 3D demo looks VERY good. 2d->3d conversion works well on high contrast newer video. No 3D bluray player yet as there isn't much to watch at the moment. Will have to move the Playstation 3 back to this TV and get some 3D games.

With the faster scan rate I haven't become accustomed to feeling like I'm on the set of current shows whereas my older 60hz scan of previous sets didn't look that way. An odd sensation...

Now Netflix streaming HD movies look very good. On my previous DLP, which was larger, they had a grainy compression feel to them.

Looking for more 3D content this year.
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Panasonic TC-P58VT25 plasma here. It has outstanding 3D qualities, and the best 2D picture around.
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Samsung 63" C7000 Plasma. Great 2D picture and 3D effects! Love to play around with the 2D->3D feature!
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I own a 3D ready Samsung 67 inch LED DLP model HL67A750
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3D Plasma
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