Originally Posted by threed123
Sooo..made my decision...Optoma here I come.
What projector do you currently own?
You going from the Mits hc3800 to the Optoma hd33?
Art from projectorreviews.com said he gave the 3D edge to the Mits hc9000d (an LCOS projector) over the Optoma. He seems to think he saw crosstalk, but it might have been incorrect settings or a bad setup (I'm sure people already elaborated on this in the hd33 thread anyways, don't want to be repetitive).
From Art's Optoma hd33 review:
"Overall, 3D performance is good. Crosstalk is nothing to write home about, it's there, and it's comparable to some of the first gen projectors such as the more expensive LCoS 3D projectors. That said, the bar, at least as best I can tell, is the roughly twice the price PT-AE7000, which I haven't reviewed, but when I got a decent look at Panasonic's rollout for the press in Hollywood, it seemed to be cleaner on crosstalk than any previous projector I've seen, and also this HD33. So, not bad, but could be improved!
I watched a wide variety of both Blu-ray 3D content, and HDTV 3D content. I'll leave the gaming to one of my bloggers to take a look at.
The Optoma HD33 does not offer 2D to 3D conversion, such as found on the Sony VPL-VW90ES ($10K!), which is fine. I'm definitely not sold on "pseudo" 3D, especially needing glasses, and being a bit dark.
The HD33 projector options, though, do include 3D to 2D, if need be."