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post #2281 of 2296 Old 07-01-2015, 08:54 PM
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2 questions. Couldn't get any takers in the lg thread. Has anyone tried this,with the lg pf1500???

Also... is it possible to take it one step further and combine the vip theater with a 2d to 3d converter??

Regular cable box/tv...2d to 3d converter.... vip theater...

Maybe I'm asking for too much lol.

You can use it with a 2D-3D converter. I previously used my Theater with a 3DBee converter. However, the Bee wouldn't pass a 3D signal (from a 3D BDP, for instance), so the wiring needed to use it to convert 2D movies from a 3D BDP (it did a much better job than the conversion in the player) and still watch 3D Blu-Rays from the player was a pain and I quit using it.

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Hm so basically if you have a true 3d output, and then a 3d to 3d converter output they would need to swapped back and forth (wiring)?

I think I can live with that since I'm probably going to convert 2d to 3d 90% of the time I use the 3d option.


Any idea about the pf1500? Just worried about the 60 hz. On led tvs I don't notice any blurring etc on 120 or 240hz tv but can definitely see it on 60hz tv.... I'm thinking projector at 100 inches would be worse...and then a 3d converter would make it even worse.

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Hm so basically if you have a true 3d output, and then a 3d to 3d converter output they would need to swapped back and forth (wiring)?

I think I can live with that since I'm probably going to convert 2d to 3d 90% of the time I use the 3d option.


Any idea about the pf1500? Just worried about the 60 hz. On led tvs I don't notice any blurring etc on 120 or 240hz tv but can definitely see it on 60hz tv.... I'm thinking projector at 100 inches would be worse...and then a 3d converter would make it even worse.

Thanks for replying!

I don't know about the other standalone converters. The 3DBee definitely wouldn't pass a 3D signal, so I had to run the output from the BDP to a splitter, sending it both through and around the Bee to a switch where I could select which would go to the Theater. It was a kludge and a real PITA to use. I was trying to avoid unplugging, rerouting, and re-plugging cables, since they were not only in a cabinet, but HDMI connectors are relatively fragile and not really meant for repeated connection and disconnection.

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Thank you for your help and info. I think I'll just hold off on the lg projector for now then and hope for its successor to bring 3d back properly

If it goes on sale though.... lol
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Question

How many still have this? i decided to try it out on my 3D ready projector that I got for cheap because my other one the color wheel went out.. The projector can only do the page flipping format (frame Sequential) Maybe I was tired but for the life of me I could not figure out how to get the projector to enable 3D mode all 3 lights were on and I tried the dip switch 1 in both positions.
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If your Projector is 3-D ready, why do need to use this? I thought this was for use with NON 3-d projectors. What projector are you using? In any event, it works great with my Panasonic 4000.

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there Any 1080P output options available?

Where dos one looking with regards to getting a cheap alternative these days if it even Works ?
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there Any 1080P output options available?

Where dos one looking with regards to getting a cheap alternative these days if it even Works ?
I've got the 1080p version, works perfectly. I am also not using it so I'd be willing to sell for cheap.
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Your video on this page is blocked on copyright grounds.
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Your video on this page is blocked on copyright grounds.
http://www.3d-vip.com/about_us
I don't think they care - the company went unresponsive in 2015.

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Well that Fell thro pretty damn quickly

anyone else able to Sell me what i Need ?
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hello I have a television 60 hz lg. I recently buy the 3d box level ps3 or 3d player I have no problem with 3d disc. My problem rendering a movie 3d sbs or tbt my 3d glasses opens closes opens again closes his remains connect for some seconds someone here has already encountered problems if how to fix it.
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Hi


I found the VIP 3D Theater on sale (used) for 200$. My TV is Sony 65X900E that support 1080P @ 120Hz input unofficially (needs to force unsupported refresh rate). Will the VIP give me flicker and ghost free 3D @ 120Hz (60Hz per eye)? Is it still supported by the company, because their web site is down...

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I found the VIP 3D Theater on sale (used) for 200$. My TV is Sony 65X900E that support 1080P @ 120Hz input unofficially (needs to force unsupported refresh rate). Will the VIP give me flicker and ghost free 3D @ 120Hz (60Hz per eye)? Is it still supported by the company, because their web site is down...

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Since your Sony TV is not native 120Hz you will definitely have flicker. Just about the only devices that don't flicker with the VIP unit are projectors.

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The purpose of my 3DN-200 is to convert HDMI signal from PC to view SBS/OU content on 2D monitors. The 3D is great; i’m very happy with the depth – it really is cool to see ordinary two-dimensional screens suddenly show some elevation. I’m also not really bothered by the 60 Hz flickering (of the lucky few, i guess).

However, there is one problem: the picture is more or less always juddering. It’s actually easily visible even without glasses, and especially on slow scenes. Attached are some GIF-converted videos which i filmed of the screen when movies were paused. I’ve played a ton of them (SBS or OU, no difference), tested various conversion settings in TMPGenc during own conversion, 3D YT clips, even tested Tridef for games. Different computers (both stationary workstations and laptops), several screens (from 7" car monitors, to internal laptop displays via HDMI-in, to CRT screens. This judder is always there. The amount varies between scenes, but it’s there.

What is this? The way 3DNOW produces the depth effect or a hard-/firmware problem on my unit? If it’s the former, i guess it’s possible to live with (after all, this is a really cool product). But if it’s not supposed to work like this, when something needs to be done (after even more, it is also an expensive one).

Please comment.
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The purpose of my 3DN-200 is to convert HDMI signal from PC to view SBS/OU content on 2D monitors. The 3D is great; i’m very happy with the depth – it really is cool to see ordinary two-dimensional screens suddenly show some elevation. I’m also not really bothered by the 60 Hz flickering (of the lucky few, i guess).

However, there is one problem: the picture is more or less always juddering. It’s actually easily visible even without glasses, and especially on slow scenes. Attached are some GIF-converted videos which i filmed of the screen when movies were paused. I’ve played a ton of them (SBS or OU, no difference), tested various conversion settings in TMPGenc during own conversion, 3D YT clips, even tested Tridef for games. Different computers (both stationary workstations and laptops), several screens (from 7" car monitors, to internal laptop displays via HDMI-in, to CRT screens. This judder is always there. The amount varies between scenes, but it’s there.

What is this? The way 3DNOW produces the depth effect or a hard-/firmware problem on my unit? If it’s the former, i guess it’s possible to live with (after all, this is a really cool product). But if it’s not supposed to work like this, when something needs to be done (after even more, it is also an expensive one).

Please comment.
disable any option you r TV have to smooth action like the 60Hz to 120Hz or 240Hz most TVs have.
for example Vizio's Smooth Motion.
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