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post #511 of 1138
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Originally Posted by bravia3D View Post

The optics are a bit improved over the T1 version. And what's better is you get a full screen view with no blurry edges. Trust me when I say.. The HMZ-T2 is the BEST HMD on the market for now. The SMD was trash, I had bought 2 and they were horrible. And Silicons customer service was even worse. It is no wonder they stopped taking orders and having so much trouble.
Those waiting on the optimus rift saying it will be so much better won't be happy, it will be for GAMES not 3D movies. It is made for a full immersive game experience and won't even work with all games, it is NOT designed for movies in mind. The games will need to be designed for it to work which is why they have dev versions going out now.

Seems you have got the perfect version of T2 - there are some who returned it citing same issues common to T1.
I have the T2 being pre-ordered here in India after a demo. the stock is expected to be available with sony exp. stores within this fortnight and pre-orders after a demo already begun.
I have not yet tried a demo yet - i guess i will try once stock is there to pick it readily ! i hate pre-orders - may be the demo unit might work while the "to be delivered' unit might NOT who knows.
Still at usd$1350 - it's very pricey! Even the salesmen are laughing at this toy , As 3D TV s for same slightly higher price are available for the family to enjoy [they come with 4-6 pairs of 3D glasses].

Was even tempted to get the Japanese T1 but then held myself back for issues mentioned in my earlier posts.
post #512 of 1138
I feel some of those that returned it didn't fool around with it so much. At first, I had a bit of trouble also, but you must play around with it and find the sweet spot that fits you best. Once you adjust the straps and get that spot the experience is far better than any TV I have ever seen. I think some people expect a device you throw on fast and WALLA it's perfect. The HMZ is not like that, you need to play around with it and use it a few weeks. Once you get the hang of it and get used to it there is nothing better.

ancjob, that's a bit pricy now, I am having a Christmas sale on my website, read below!



Christmas time is near and I have some good deals for those wanting an HMZ!

HMZ-T1 only $750 includes our Limited Edition cushion pads and pitch black light blocker

Brand new HMZ-T2 only $1,056 includes world wide EMS shipping

Brand New HMZ-T2 only $1,200 includes our Limited Edition cushion pads, pitch black light blocker, and 2 of my 3D movies included!


Limited Stock! wink.gif

Only at, www.blazin3D.com
Edited by bravia3D - 11/27/12 at 1:54pm
post #513 of 1138
Bravia, when one buys an HMZ-T2 from you, no cushions, what exactly are we getting? Is it sealed in box? I know it says it will work worldwide but what does that mean, since the plug can't be universal? I'm in the US.
post #514 of 1138
Yes, it is in it's original box but before shipping we do open it and make sure the device works. This is only for the customers safety, we must insure the HMZ works and all items it comes with are in the box so one doe's not recieve a faulty product.

It includes everything that comes with the unit, this includes the T2, control box, headphones, light blockers, forhead pad, and instructions. I do believe the UK and other countries HMZ-T2 models do not supply the forhead pad you see in photos. I am not 100% sure on that but the UK and a few other Sony sites claim it's not included. The Japanese version has this included.
It also works on 120/240 volts so it will work fine in the USA or other countries.
post #515 of 1138
Thanks for the info. So basically I would have to use a power adapter with it. I understand opening to make sure it works, that's quite reassuring to potential buyers.
post #516 of 1138
I don't think you would need a power adapter, I used my T1 in the USA for 3 weeks with no problems at all. It worked flawlessly and I was able to enjoy it at my parents house.

Reading some Sony sites, I don't think they include the forhead pad and headphones, but again I can't be 100% sure. In the Japanese version it's all included.

http://www.sony.co.uk/product/personal-3d-viewer/hmz-t2#/technical-specifications
post #517 of 1138
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Originally Posted by bravia3D View Post

I don't think you would need a power adapter, I used my T1 in the USA for 3 weeks with no problems at all. It worked flawlessly and I was able to enjoy it at my parents house.
Reading some Sony sites, I don't think they include the forhead pad and headphones, but again I can't be 100% sure. In the Japanese version it's all included.
http://www.sony.co.uk/product/personal-3d-viewer/hmz-t2#/technical-specifications

i bought the UK version and confirm that forhead pad and headphone are included in the box
post #518 of 1138
Thank you jommy, I wasn't sure because the website didn't list it as included.
Makes sense though, they should be included!

I'm watching some macro 3D shots of flowers I took on the T2 now and it just looks amazing, it looked good on my LG but the HMZ looks so much better:eek:
post #519 of 1138
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Originally Posted by bravia3D View Post

Thank you jommy, I wasn't sure because the website didn't list it as included.
Makes sense though, they should be included!
I'm watching some macro 3D shots of flowers I took on the T2 now and it just looks amazing, it looked good on my LG but the HMZ looks so much better:eek:

Thank you for your comfort pads since T1 , i am modding it a bit to use with my T2 but i am thinking to buy the white Limited edition one as my T2 xmas treat ( any special discount as loyal customer ? heheh ). rolleyes.gif
Edited by jommy999 - 11/27/12 at 7:57pm
post #520 of 1138
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Originally Posted by bravia3D View Post

I don't think you would need a power adapter, I used my T1 in the USA for 3 weeks with no problems at all. It worked flawlessly and I was able to enjoy it at my parents house.
Reading some Sony sites, I don't think they include the forhead pad and headphones, but again I can't be 100% sure. In the Japanese version it's all included.
http://www.sony.co.uk/product/personal-3d-viewer/hmz-t2#/technical-specifications

Oh, okay, I assumed the actual prongs of the plug wouldn't fit into an American outlet.
post #521 of 1138
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Originally Posted by bravia3D View Post

I feel some of those that returned it didn't fool around with it so much. At first, I had a bit of trouble also, but you must play around with it and find the sweet spot that fits you best. Once you adjust the straps and get that spot the experience is far better than any TV I have ever seen. I think some people expect a device you throw on fast and WALLA it's perfect. The HMZ is not like that, you need to play around with it and use it a few weeks. Once you get the hang of it and get used to it there is nothing better.
ancjob, that's a bit pricy now, I am having a Christmas sale on my website, read below!
Christmas time is near and I have some good deals for those wanting an HMZ!
HMZ-T1 only $750 includes our Limited Edition cushion pads and pitch black light blocker
Brand new HMZ-T2 only $1,056 includes world wide EMS shipping
Brand New HMZ-T2 only $1,200 includes our Limited Edition cushion pads, pitch black light blocker, and 2 of my 3D movies included!

Limited Stock! wink.gif
Only at, www.blazin3D.com

regd T1 - my past experiencing tells me to go with the latest as the latest is always better than it's predecessor. So T1 is not being of interest atm.

bravia - thanks for your offer !

As i mentioned already - the T2 is being demo'd here and the stores here are accepting pre-orders for approx. usd$1250 [Indian Rs.70000] .
And i will keep your cushion pad for T2 in mind once i get this !
post #522 of 1138
Very welcome to all, nope the plug will fit right into an American outlet!
Drop me a mail jommy, we will see about a discount smile.gif
post #523 of 1138
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Originally Posted by bravia3D View Post

Very welcome to all, nope the plug will fit right into an American outlet!
Drop me a mail jommy, we will see about a discount smile.gif

hello bravia3d , i sent you an email biggrin.gif
post #524 of 1138
Got ya and wrote ya back smile.gif
post #525 of 1138
i just finished the Titanic 3D on T2 .....

wow amazing . its conversion 2d to 3d by studio but with great depth into it and feel like the movie was film in native 3d ( you can tell by the depth and everything that it was properly convert not like I-Robot )
if anyone like Rose and Jack then i'd highly Recommended it !
post #526 of 1138
It was pretty good viewing it on the T2, I really enjoyed Transformers Dark of the Moon on it. The depth made me feel like I am there in the movie at times.
post #527 of 1138
bravia3d did you get my payment on paypal ?
post #528 of 1138
what do you guys think abuot this splitter to my t2 cool.gif . I want to have the picture on the tv screen and the cool.gif!!
http://www.itsajten.com/produkt/HDMI-splitter-1-bildkalla-till-2-bildvisare-1080pHDCP
Edited by babajaga85 - 11/28/12 at 4:00am
post #529 of 1138
Got ya payment and your all taken care of smile.gif

Getting some shipments of HMZ-T2 models coming in soon for those that want one!cool.gif
post #530 of 1138
Is there any way to swap the L/R eye views on the T2 ?

This would be needed for those few titles that don't follow the official 3D BD spec by sending out the "wrong" eye first.
I know of at least Rio being one of those titles but there are supposed to be more.

Thanks in advance.
post #531 of 1138
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Originally Posted by babajaga85 View Post

what do you guys think abuot this splitter to my t2 cool.gif . I want to have the picture on the tv screen and the cool.gif!!
http://www.itsajten.com/produkt/HDMI-splitter-1-bildkalla-till-2-bildvisare-1080pHDCP

This is garanteed to work for you with audio n 3D video and komplett.se has it wink.gif

http://www.komplett.se/k/ki.aspx?sku=649042
post #532 of 1138
So its official, James Cameron is the king of 3D and HMZ-T2 is the king 3D player smile.gif
post #533 of 1138
I decided to sell my T2s mad.gif i discoverd a couple of faults on the units that made me change my mind mad.gif

1 If sumone read the T1 post i had a rear strap that broke off on my unit .. This years rear strap seemed better , but i notice on the unit i used the most the strop seems to have rubed against the adjustmen plastic of the rear strap. The design of the T2 the rubber is on top of a groowed plastic when u use it ,and there was signs of damage already to the rubber strop would it snapp of with time? yes i belive so.

2 The front head pad looses is stiffnes over time, making it really soft and that made the T2 slide down n keept resting on my nose. Had to re adjust it up all the time .. The pad seemed half as thick as the one on my last bought T2 and thats just of a 1 mnt usage. The front head pad on the T1 seemes better as they didnt go soft and lost its thikness.

Just 2 heads up 2 you all to take notice of the front head pad and the rear strop close to the adjustment part for signs of damage .If there a T3 thats improved on the design aspect i will get that again, but for now im not buying another unit of the wear signs of 1mnt usage really worried me.
post #534 of 1138
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Originally Posted by vaktmestern View Post

I decided to sell my T2s mad.gif i discoverd a couple of faults on the units that made me change my mind mad.gif
1 If sumone read the T1 post i had a rear strap that broke off on my unit .. This years rear strap seemed better , but i notice on the unit i used the most the strop seems to have rubed against the adjustmen plastic of the rear strap. The design of the T2 the rubber is on top of a groowed plastic when u use it ,and there was signs of damage already to the rubber strop would it snapp of with time? yes i belive so.
2 The front head pad looses is stiffnes over time, making it really soft and that made the T2 slide down n keept resting on my nose. Had to re adjust it up all the time .. The pad seemed half as thick as the one on my last bought T2 and thats just of a 1 mnt usage. The front head pad on the T1 seemes better as they didnt go soft and lost its thikness.
Just 2 heads up 2 you all to take notice of the front head pad and the rear strop close to the adjustment part for signs of damage .If there a T3 thats improved on the design aspect i will get that again, but for now im not buying another unit of the wear signs of 1mnt usage really worried me.

i think you need padding and strap like one that bravia3D selling on his site ( i am using them ) i don't know about my back rubber straps ( i adjusted them once and i didn't touch it anymore ) as it all cover with padding and the front bit didn't take the weight as much as the middle strap pull the weight from the front to the back . i think maybe you need them or making them yourself if you don't want to buy them .


Edited by jommy999 - 11/29/12 at 12:34pm
post #535 of 1138
Think there should be a protective part between the plastic n the rubber as they toch i would take a look if i was u as they still rub inside that sleeving

Evrytime u have the T2 on the rear rubber streches a little and the groowes of the adjustment is grinding vs the rubber... i had clear markings on my that sumting was happening to the strap
Edited by vaktmestern - 11/29/12 at 12:48pm
post #536 of 1138
oh yeah i think i know what you mean now the lower rear rubber strap would stretches or might snap off with time . sorry to hear that you gonna sell it tho but if it doesnt work out for you then i guess its for the best .frown.gif
Edited by jommy999 - 11/29/12 at 1:25pm
post #537 of 1138
Has anyone figured out any sort of portable power supply option to power this thing on the go? I remember there being talk of it in the T1 thread a while back.
post #538 of 1138
yes you can read them on here. https://sites.google.com/site/vrsetup/vr-demo i think you can use the battery convert like him for portable

Energizer XP18000
Portable battery pack with multiple output. Used to power Sony HMD Get the willy cable (19v stepdown to 12v) from Energizer XPAL website.

Belkin 50w Inverter
Convert 12v DC to 110v AC to power up Sony HMZ-T1 video processing box.
post #539 of 1138
Yeh slightly bummed out as i liked its picture .Sony needs to sort out its rear strap adjustment plastic as it will slowly grind through the rubber strap that rests on top of it.
And changing that strap its a case of returning the unit to sony.
post #540 of 1138
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Originally Posted by vaktmestern View Post

Yeh slightly bummed out as i liked its picture .Sony needs to sort out its rear strap adjustment plastic as it will slowly grind through the rubber strap that rests on top of it.
And changing that strap its a case of returning the unit to sony.

you are right !
Right from the time T1 was released - i felt the strap arrangement was CHEAP and Vulnerable and Sony never sorted this out even when launching the T2 sometime back.
if they were to offer extended warranty for a price - then it'd be 'back straps and forehead pad' to be covered as they are the cheapest and most vulnerable part of the hmd design rest of the hardware seems rugged.

i'd check with Sony India if they sold extra 'Straps and foreheadpad , just to keep spare ones handy if they ever broke off.

Why cannot they design like glsstron A55s which seem so neat and good. ?
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