3D HDTV Vs 3D-ready HDTV
Are you looking for a new 3D HDTV to play the new released 3d movies blu ray but you are confuse with all those technical terms like 3D-ready HDTV, 3D HDTV or 3D starter pack?
Let me explain those technical terms to you in few simple words:
If the label is 3D HDTV: the HDTV is capable of displaying 3D out of the box.
Advantages: The 3D system come in the box. No need to buy something else to get 3D video (only the movies and the blu ray player).
Disadvantages: The price is usually higher because it is a complete kit.
If the label is 3D-ready HDTV: the HDTV need an add-on (like this 3DC-1000 3D HDTV Starter Pack for Mitsubishi HDTV) to display 3D. Without this kind of add-on the HDTV will display great 2D pictures like a normal TV but no 3D at all.
Advantages: Lower price (like this Mitsubishi WD-73638 73-Inch ) and maybe you don’t need 3D right now, but you want a HDTV capable of 3D. So, in the future when you really need 3D you can buy a 3D starter pack (maybe at a better price than now) and enjoy 3D movies.
Disadvantages: You must buy the 3D starter pack to get 3D video. I mention compatibility issues?
It is time to get a 3D HDTV? I should be an early adopter for 3D technology? Because you are read our gadgets website I assume you are an early adopter so my answer is yes. If you afford a 3D HDTV you should go and buy one. And don’t forget to take a look at this very good deal for HDTV 3D : 2 pairs of 3D glasses, one blu ray player comes free with a HDTV 3D at a great price (valid offer good through 11:59 p.m. PST on February 5, 2011, so only 3 days left to take action!) Happy shopping!
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