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Need help with Mitsubishi WD-60735

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Hey guys, I recently purchased a Mitsubishi WD-60735 tv and I have some questions regarding the setup and additional equipment needed for watching 3D bluray's. I currently have a Denon AVR-3312 receiver and Sony BDP-590 bluray player.

First off, what is the best way to set this up? I have never owned a decent TV with as many setup options as this, so I definitely need some expert advise on how I can dial in the picture settings and optimize it for my room and other setup.

Second, what do I have to do in order to watch a 3D movie? I assume that I need the 3D glasses, but what else? (please note that I currently have the tv connected to the monitor out of my 3312 via hdmi, then my BDP is connected to my 3312's BDP input via hdmi)

Third, does this tv have ARC?



If you fellas can answer these questions for me, then I would be greatly appreciative!
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The 735 mits are 3D ready but need the mits 3D kit to work on any 3D source. These kits I believe are out of production and hard to find at a reasonable price. (checkout Ebay for Mitubishi 3D kit). If you want to watch just blu ray's then you can get a player that has checkerboard out (most of the panny's do) you don,t need the adapter. You'll need some DLP link glasses also as these are the best because you can't turn dlp link off. HTPC will also output checkerboard and you don't need the adapter. Checkout the RPTV fourms here and look for your model of Mitts some of them had a firmware upgrade to elimate the adapter, if this is the case then you just need the DLP link glasses or the external IR emitter (also hard to find) and IR glasses
Edited by rekbones - 9/10/12 at 2:49am
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