I've looked at the specs for the HD33 vs. HD3300, and the HD33 is rated at 4000:1 full on and off, and the HD3300 rated at 3000:1, but in the general PR release it says 5000:1. I suspect the light engine on the HD3300 has been modified to increase apparent brightness for 3D, but has ISF controls to increase contrast that the HD33 does not. Price on the HD3300 will be $1995 vx. $1495 for HD33. That extra programming control would only be worth it if you had the tools to use it. Or it could all be just a PR play and no difference except warranty.
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8/27/11 at 6:24am