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    3D Glasses

    This is a discussion on 3D Glasses within the Sky+ HD Supertelly forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; It must have been very painful when your arm was twisted up your back forcing you to take and stay ...

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      Re: 3D Glasses

      It must have been very painful when your arm was twisted up your back forcing you to take and stay with Sky

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      Re: 3D Glasses

      Quote Originally Posted by bulldog147 View Post
      I hope sky will be sold off one day and because I really hate Sky.
      "Hey Bulldog" if you hate Sky so much then why are you on this Forum?
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      Re: 3D Glasses

      Quote Originally Posted by ozsat View Post
      Over the last few years - people have:
      Got a big screen tv - only to find you now need an 'HD Ready' TV to get good pictures on it
      Got a 'HD Ready TV' - only to find that it would have given better pictures on your games console if it was the new 1080p version
      Got a '1080p' tv - only to find it is not compatible with the new 3D channel
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      This is a REALLY important point

      I saw the Sky 3D demo and it does look stunning....

      ...however, I expect my TV (which I bought last year) to last another 4 years at least before replacing.

      I'll miss out on 3D for a few years, but when my 5 yr cycle comes to an end 3D TV's will probably be as cheap as "HD ready" TV's are now.

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      Re: 3D Glasses

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      Re: 3D Glasses

      Quote Originally Posted by Deathstar View Post
      Never mind all this 3D stuff,I'm looking forward to "Aroma-Vision",that will be quite an achievement , something not to be sniffed at.
      Apart from the Daz adverts eh?
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      Re: 3D Glasses

      I'm decided i'm going to splash out and buy the 65 inch Panasonic 3D TV when it comes out in July and i'm hoping i'll be able to pre-order it. The local store that sells Panasonics are phoning me back on Tuesday, after they have been in touch with Panasonics head office on that day to see if i am able to do that and that store gives 5 year labour and parts on all their TV's.
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      Re: 3D Glasses

      Quote Originally Posted by Ian Thompson View Post
      I'm decided i'm going to splash out and buy the 65 inch Panasonic 3D TV when it comes out in July
      Wow! That's some splash, lol. Have just gone up to a 50G10 myself, so I'll obviously be sticking with that for a few years yet. Maybe then, 3D will have really taken off as HD is now, and the gear won't be so expensive. Keep us posted.
      Panasonic TX-P50G10B, Onkyo HTS 3305, Sky+HD Thomson 4E3007 (with upgraded PSU & WD5000AVDS HDD),

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kenedin View Post
      Wow! That's some splash, lol. Have just gone up to a 50G10 myself, so I'll obviously be sticking with that for a few years yet. Maybe then, 3D will have really taken off as HD is now, and the gear won't be so expensive. Keep us posted.
      I've had my 42 inch HD TV for over 5 years and i'm giving it to my cousin when i upgrade, because he has multiroom, but he only has a smaller screen, so i've said he can have that TV.
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      Panasonic TX-P50G10B, Onkyo HTS 3305, Sky+HD Thomson 4E3007 (with upgraded PSU & WD5000AVDS HDD),

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      Re: 3D Glasses

      Philips put a 40" set out on the market in the States earlier this year but at $9500 it was alway going to be a niche product. They announced it's discontinuation a couple of month later.

      I just hope the sets are more competitively priced if/when they do come to market again. As far as I'm concerned it's a good enough reason not to buy into 3D for a few years.

     

     
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