Originally Posted by Caliberzzz
Okay after a full day of research It's come down to 2 3DTV sets the LG 55LW6500 and the Panasonic TC-P55VT30. I'm leaning towards the LG due to the price of the glasses. We have grand kids that come over every Fri. or Sat. + our family totals 6 people. So really my only question is this, I know what is said that passive sets aren't true 1080p but rather 540p for each eye. So is there really any difference I mean I know the kids wont care we as adults will we be able to tell the difference?
it is interesting only after one day research. I spend a lot longer on mine.
first off buy one that has the best 2D
.....just in case you do not care for 3D.
you may end up watching it for years to come.......
I will admit I own a sony HX800 model with active glasses. they flicker a bit when I first
activate the glasses. but I now think since more than one pair does it, the transmitter/or TX circuitry
may be slow. but it does stop after a few minutes.
my 2D set is so sharp the picture almost looks 3D with out glasses.
as for what you say is 540 compared to 1080.....I believe you see 1080 with both sets.
even if it is 540 one eye at a time your brain adds both together.
bravia3D: No clue why you guys say there is not much out there, I have over 100 3DBD's so there is plenty.
I have not seen that much unless you add in anamorphic. but I believe the number
here in the US is about 1/2 as of today but I know there is much more in the pipe line.