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Just wanted to give some much deserved attention to Television-info.com since their the only ones who are getting so in-depth with their analysis of the 3D experience. They don't have many reviews of the very latest Tv's though. They're doing separate color, contrast and brightness measurements through the 3D glasses, so we should start to get some very good info here soon. The Sharp 835 seems much much brighter with far less crosstalk [disclaimer: im returning it for other reasons] than my 2010 Tv for example.
 

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Just wanted to give some much deserved attention to Television-info.com since their the only ones who are getting so in-depth with their analysis of the 3D experience. They don't have many reviews of the very latest Tv's though. They're doing separate color, contrast and brightness measurements through the 3D glasses, so we should start to get some very good info here soon. The Sharp 835 seems much much brighter with far less crosstalk [disclaimer: im returning it for other reasons] than my 2010 Tv for example.

They're doing very technical analysis? Look at their "analysis" of DLP. They list the WD-82737 as non-3D, and state that it uses cable card. Not very accurate at all. And they present all this information based on seeing it at a trade show. Hardly in depth, they come off as amatuerish IMHO.
 

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I've only researched LCD, since i use it for a computer monitor, so that my only experience. Sounds like they fubar'd that review.


If you look at this page of the HX820 review, you can see that they measure "peak white", contrast ratio, color reproduction, etc through the glasses. There the only ones doing that that i know of. Its about the NUMBERS, saving me from having to go into the store and spend hours to try to guess which TV has the best 3D picture. I looked at the passive LGs in the store and active, and i would flip the glasses up and down to try and get a % difference as to the amount the glasses reduced brightness, then i'd do it for the active, hours later, i still really had little idea... this gives me NUMBERS...


They don't the crosstalk photo after calibration though, like digitalversus does and non of them [that i know of] do input lag tests while in 3d modes. They have some room for improvement, but i think they deserve a mention and some hits.
 
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