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Old 12-08-2012, 09:10 AM   #1
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Default PS3 3D TV Questions - Desktop monitor

So I've decided to hook my mac mini to the ps3 3D tv and I have no knowledge about this unit. I've experimented around and found a 3D button, which I guess converts the input into 3D viewable picture. However, when I put the glasses on, which are also on, they don't work.

Is it because the display/glasses need the ps3 to work? Am I completely wrong in it converting the pictures?

Side note, if this does get solved, is it possible to backup my 3D disks and play it through my harddrive?
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