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Old 01-03-2018, 06:09 PM   #81
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Old 01-03-2018, 06:15 PM   #82
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Sony KD-65ZD9BU with 3d support
Lengthy review from Flatpanelshd article on ZD9:

"Unlike the cheaper Sony TVs, their flagship TV comes bundled with 3D glasses but unfortunately we must conclude that we would rather have lived in blissful ignorance when it comes to the TVís 3D performance because it is really nothing to get excited about. There is excruciating amount of crosstalk in 3D pictures and the glasses produced some flicker at the top of the picture, which we were unable to fix through settings. It did not help to use another pair of glasses either. So while Z9D may be one of the last remaining high-end TVs with 3D, it is certainly not a good choice for enjoying your collection of 3D movies."

And unfortunately it is active, which is not a deal breaker, but with the above I was afraid to use it as "3d insurance." Still 9 left on Amazon, which is good, if you want some insurance, but makes me worry that there are virtually no lg oled with 3d left, and 9 of these.
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Old 01-03-2018, 06:26 PM   #83
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A huge $3500 gamble for sure.
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Old 01-03-2018, 10:51 PM   #84
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Yeah, as I felt with a lot of signs coming from other Sony 3d models last year, that they had already abandoned the 3d market; I believe there were major problems for the 930 and 940 as to 3d?
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Old 01-04-2018, 01:35 PM   #85
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Lengthy review from Flatpanelshd article on ZD9:

"Unlike the cheaper Sony TVs, their flagship TV comes bundled with 3D glasses but unfortunately we must conclude that we would rather have lived in blissful ignorance when it comes to the TVís 3D performance because it is really nothing to get excited about. There is excruciating amount of crosstalk in 3D pictures and the glasses produced some flicker at the top of the picture, which we were unable to fix through settings. It did not help to use another pair of glasses either. So while Z9D may be one of the last remaining high-end TVs with 3D, it is certainly not a good choice for enjoying your collection of 3D movies."

And unfortunately it is active, which is not a deal breaker, but with the above I was afraid to use it as "3d insurance." Still 9 left on Amazon, which is good, if you want some insurance, but makes me worry that there are virtually no lg oled with 3d left, and 9 of these.
As a Z9D owner, I do not agree what has been said about the 3D in that review. Couple of other Z9D owners on here however, have also expressed their disappointment with the 3D picture.

Perhaps it's settings related or something else, I don't know. Apart from the ocassional crosstalk here and there, I'm very happy with the 3D picture! No flicker on my set either.
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As a Z9D owner, I do not agree what has been said about the 3D in that review. Couple of other Z9D owners on here however, have also expressed their disappointment with the 3D picture.

Perhaps it's settings related or something else, I don't know. Apart from the ocassional crosstalk here and there, I'm very happy with the 3D picture! No flicker on my set either.
Glad you got a 3d tv you are happy with before the end of 3d tvs! I personally like Sony products very much. Love the picture on the z9d. Take good care of it!!
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Old 01-04-2018, 09:09 PM   #87
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Good riddance, the price never went down specially the 77 model a
Whooping 14k+ For that high price i rather start investing in projectors.
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Old 01-05-2018, 05:36 PM   #88
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I stocked up and bought the 65" 65C6P and 86" 86UH9500. I'm very happy with the picture quality and 3d performance of both. I considered projectors, but I prefer the passive 3d, better 4k hdr, and better general brightness performance of these TVs.

I feel this 86" model is a pretty darn good balance between passive 3d, 4k hdr, large size, good tv picture quality, and price. I was hoping the new 77" C8 OLED would bring back 3d and make a larger 3d OLED tv more affordable.. but that seems unlikely (that they will include 3d).

I hope they bring back 3d to the LG lineup in the future. It's sad, because the 3d looks better than ever on these sets combined with some recent 3d blurays like guardians of the galaxy, etc.

If anybody out there is considering 3d tvs... I highly recommend the 65c6p (or similar 2016 OLED 3d model)for top OLED 3d.. the 86uh9500 for arguably the best large screen passive 3d quality... or the 77g6p for largest OLED 3d quality at a premium price. I'd buy any of these models over 2017/2018 non-3d tvs.
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Old 01-05-2018, 05:58 PM   #89
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I think that there is a good chance a few tvs will stay in the market over the next years as there are still a few now. There is still a steady minority 3d following among consumers, manufacturers, theaters, directors, etc that appreciate 3d especially since the OLED tvs and theater laser projectors can do 3d really well and immersively the best it's ever been with finally minimal or almost no picture quality tradeoffs.

I'm hoping the reinsert 3d on 1 OLED model at least and keep a few of the major theater showings that do 3d well. I think avatar will def help 3d if they can ever release it. Maybe glasses free 3d one day. I think they just have to market 3d as alternative technology in parallel to 2d and not try to force it on people that don't like it and of course don't push it as better than 2d but again rather as an alternative immersive option. And if it ever makes a solid combback they have to make 3d content available in ways competitive with 2d content... 2d content is easier to stream on Netflix and rent at Redbox.. where 3d content is only available from buying new blurays and vudu stream around $15-30.. of course average person is going to watch 2d Netflix for $9 unlimited per month or rent cheaper 2d movies for $2-3 instead of $25 for one 3d movie.

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I stocked up and bought the 65" 65C6P and 86" 86UH9500. I'm very happy with the picture quality and 3d performance of both. I considered projectors, but I prefer the passive 3d, better 4k hdr, and better general brightness performance of these TVs.

I feel this 86" model is a pretty darn good balance between passive 3d, 4k hdr, large size, good tv picture quality, and price. I was hoping the new 77" C8 OLED would bring back 3d and make a larger 3d OLED tv more affordable.. but that seems unlikely (that they will include 3d).

I hope they bring back 3d to the LG lineup in the future. It's sad, because the 3d looks better than ever on these sets combined with some recent 3d blurays like guardians of the galaxy, etc.

If anybody out there is considering 3d tvs... I highly recommend the 65c6p (or similar 2016 OLED 3d model)for top OLED 3d.. the 86uh9500 for arguably the best large screen passive 3d quality... or the 77g6p for largest OLED 3d quality at a premium price. I'd buy any of these models over 2017/2018 non-3d tvs.
Check out Amazon. The lg oled 65 c6p is now unavailable. That was it. Congratulations!

Don't you feel relieved that you are gold for the next two decades? I would not be a happy camper now if I was relying on a 5 year old 3d tv now. Because once they go, you are out of luck. No more 3d for you.

I suspect there will be a lot of sour grapes as people realize all the 3d tvs are gone, and they waited too long. And unfortunately for most people projectors just won't work; not enough room, too much darkness needed to duplicate tv brightness, cross talk, active technology only, and some say a picture quality different from the lgs. But at least they will be available to the persons who can put them to use. But for most of us, they are a different animal than tvs and just not what most want.


For a life without 3d is a life without sunshine. And for me, life would be a little less sunny without 3d in it.
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Old 01-05-2018, 07:08 PM   #91
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Sorry I went on a tangent! I am very thankful I bought these 3d tvs when I did.

There are at least a few options remaining on eBay and Craigslist if willing to accept the risk. I have bought tvs through both of these avenues in the past without problem. I'd rather encourage buying it new from a retailer, but as you said sadly no choice now on the 65C6P. But I personally would easily buy the 65C6P on eBay over a non-3d 2017/2018 tv on Amazon.
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There WAS some 3D content on Netflix for a while, but very few devices could access it. There still aren’t many devices that support Vudu in 3D. There’s a laundry list of problems with the way 3D movies were distributed in general, if they had really wanted it to succeed with the mainstream they should have done a lot of things differently!
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Stupid question-- been thinking about getting one of the 2016 LGs on Ebay. If it's new, will LG still honor the warranty given it's a 2016 model? And these are capable of Dolby Vision?
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No way you'd get a warranty on a used 2016 model. At best the original warranty was a year from original purchase date. I figured that was common knowledge ?
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My 75UH8500 has Dolby Vision, not that it makes a huge difference. Not impressed with 4K at all as long as it’s only in 2D.
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No way you'd get a warranty on a used 2016 model. At best the original warranty was a year from original purchase date. I figured that was common knowledge ?

I said it is new, unopened, not used. I'm not an idiot, obviously used would not have one. Never owned LG before so not sure what sort of warranty they honor.
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Being 2 years old now and not bought via a legit stocking store, it's easy to discern that there would be no warranty.
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Being 2 years old now and not bought via a legit stocking store, it's easy to discern that there would be no warranty.
If you say so. I've had warranties honored from Ebay purchases before. Sorry to have caused such irritation.
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LG may honor the warranty and even replace a panel from a tv without a copy of the receipt if it Is less than 1 year old.. 1 year less than the mfg sticker on the back. They will usually send a tech out without too much trouble, and if it's obvious defect replace the panel... but if it's questionable whether mfg damage or user damage then risk them not doing much without a copy of retailer receipt. Like he said warranty is usually 1 year but you can check specs of the tv you interested in to confirm. I've had two LG OLED now and both were good. I'd buy from eBay make sure seller has lots of good feedback and of course new in box will have least chance of problems.
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I stocked up and bought the 65" 65C6P and 86" 86UH9500. I'm very happy with the picture quality and 3d performance of both. I considered projectors, but I prefer the passive 3d, better 4k hdr, and better general brightness performance of these TVs.

I feel this 86" model is a pretty darn good balance between passive 3d, 4k hdr, large size, good tv picture quality, and price. I was hoping the new 77" C8 OLED would bring back 3d and make a larger 3d OLED tv more affordable.. but that seems unlikely (that they will include 3d).

I hope they bring back 3d to the LG lineup in the future. It's sad, because the 3d looks better than ever on these sets combined with some recent 3d blurays like guardians of the galaxy, etc.

If anybody out there is considering 3d tvs... I highly recommend the 65c6p (or similar 2016 OLED 3d model)for top OLED 3d.. the 86uh9500 for arguably the best large screen passive 3d quality... or the 77g6p for largest OLED 3d quality at a premium price. I'd buy any of these models over 2017/2018 non-3d tvs.
Man I was under the mistaken impression that you had to get the E6 in order to get 3D. I may have priced myself out of a 3D OLED completely unnecessarily.

It's funny cuz they are still coming out with 3D sets internationally. I read some rave reviews on some upper end Philips and I know at least one had 3D. 3D has fallen off tremendously everywhere, certainly, but it's not quite as dead in the UK and Australia as it is here. Just wish I could get one of those damn Philips sets here!
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