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Old 06-01-2019, 04:53 PM   #181
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There’s no debate, at this point it’s the Z9D or nothing and very very soon the nothing will be the only thing standing.
Can't find any new z9d's anymore. Looks like may be the final curtain call for 3d tvs unless you can personally and locally look at the 3d filter, etc before purchase

I am so glad to hear so many of you on this forum have spares and/or use projectors. I know I sleep a lot better at night. But I feel very bad for the people who will never even know that 3d is/was around. I feel many will just give up when they realize they will need to get a projector, set it up in a specific area, etc. and many more won't even know it exists due to the crazy US policies of the studios and retailers.

I am very glad though that the projector industry has not given up on us. A kudos to them. If you want 3D bad enough you can still get it.
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Old 06-02-2019, 12:11 AM   #182
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Love my UST Projector. Perhaps , in the future, they will be more plentiful
and cheaper. Great {only} alternative to a 3D TV. Long throw or short
throw, it's a winning alternative, compared to going without !
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Old 06-02-2019, 01:34 AM   #183
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The only thing I can watch 3D on is my projector that I bought years ago and it wasn't the most expensive one, just hope nothing happens to it..
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Old 06-07-2019, 05:14 AM   #184
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Before moving I would watch my 3D blu ray movies on a projection system. The place that I am in now, it's not really practicle to install my projection system. Are there any new TV's... say around 65 inch or up that support 3D. What should I be looking for? I browsed Amazon and it seems to be desolate. No new TV's support 3d of any kind. I had no idea that 3D blu-ray was just not supported anymore.

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Old 06-07-2019, 10:50 AM   #185
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All the big panel manufacturers have dropped it, so everyone has had to apart from projection tech.

2nd hand is the only way to go.
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Old 06-07-2019, 06:31 PM   #186
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It really depends on your living situation and how much do you want 3-D.
I live alone in a tiny 450 sq ft apartment and I have two Epson 3-D projectors.
I found a way to make 3-D work and it's awesome.
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Old 06-08-2019, 07:29 AM   #187
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If you are willing to go up to 78", there's a few UN78JS9500 still in stock on Amazon.

It has really great 3D and supports HDR and 3D at 4K resolution by using side-by-side mode. It's great for playing video games on; you can render most PC games in 3D as well as the consoles. Citra for example has built-in support for 4K SBS 3D output so you can play the entire Nintendo 3DS library in 4K on the big screen with this TV.
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Old 06-08-2019, 11:54 AM   #188
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If you have the funds, in addition to a second hand tv you could buy a brand new PSVR headset. If you are not a gamer, it’s a big ask but even then, you can get a PS4 and a VR headset for less than £500.

Advantages

Perfect for small home or flat.
Pop outs look amazing because the display is so close to your eyes.
Works best with headphones for a private viewing session.
Should be around for a long time because Sony will support them on new console due next year.
Possibility of improved resolution via software update in future (imo)

Disadvantages
Due to nature of display, Blu-ray 3D will look slightly grainier and ‘blown up’ (slightly fuzzy picture but still HD)
Private use only, not suited to family film night.
Might need couple of minutes break half way through film, especially in warm weather.

By the way, I’m not suggesting this replaces a projector OR OLED screen, however it is a fine substitute for those that have the money and worry about their long term 3D watching prospects.

Please note, although the PS5 will almost certainly play Blurays, it hasn’t been 100% confirmed yet, so it might be best to wait a few months to be sure.

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Old 06-08-2019, 02:42 PM   #189
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If you are willing to go up to 78", there's a few UN78JS9500 still in stock on Amazon.

It has really great 3D and supports HDR and 3D at 4K resolution by using side-by-side mode. It's great for playing video games on; you can render most PC games in 3D as well as the consoles. Citra for example has built-in support for 4K SBS 3D output so you can play the entire Nintendo 3DS library in 4K on the big screen with this TV.
UN78JS9500 Samsung on Amazon is NOT 3d compatible according to the site.

"Does it have 3D ability?
Answer:
sorry no
By gary horwitz on May 30, 2016 "

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Old 06-08-2019, 09:32 PM   #190
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UN78JS9500 Samsung on Amazon is NOT 3d compatible according to the site.

"Does it have 3D ability?
Answer:
sorry no
By gary horwitz on May 30, 2016 "
That person is wrong.

There's a reason why this set still sells for so much and all the newer Samsung sets have dropped like a rock in price.

2016 models is when Samsung dropped 3D support and the quality of their TV sets took a nosedive. The 2015 series is gold; almost the perfect TV.
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Old 06-09-2019, 06:32 AM   #191
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I moved a few years ago and left my 3D set at my sisterís house, figured Iíd just buy something new at the other location. When I got there the only 3D set I could find was the floor model and it was in awful condition so I gave up and bought something else.

If youíre willing to drop to 40Ē Iíll sell you my Sony KDL-40EX720


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If you have the funds, in addition to a second hand tv you could buy a brand new PSVR headset.
This is what I use now. I sometimes wonder if I wouldíve been better off w/ Oculus or Vibe (I think they are less selective about the content source) but I wanted a PS4 anyway so I just went for it. Itís pretty great.
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Old 06-09-2019, 01:31 PM   #192
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I moved a few years ago and left my 3D set at my sisterís house, figured Iíd just buy something new at the other location. When I got there the only 3D set I could find was the floor model and it was in awful condition so I gave up and bought something else.

If youíre willing to drop to 40Ē Iíll sell you my Sony KDL-40EX720




This is what I use now. I sometimes wonder if I wouldíve been better off w/ Oculus or Vibe (I think they are less selective about the content source) but I wanted a PS4 anyway so I just went for it. Itís pretty great.
Itís a fine substitute. Hopefully it will receive a patch for better resolution when the PS5 hits. The pop outs are my favourite thing about the 3D playback. I tried the opening credits of Jaws 3D and the letters were sitting on my nose lol.
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Old 09-05-2019, 10:47 PM   #193
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Before moving I would watch my 3D blu ray movies on a projection system. The place that I am in now, it's not really practicle to install my projection system. Are there any new TV's... say around 65 inch or up that support 3D. What should I be looking for? I browsed Amazon and it seems to be desolate. No new TV's support 3d of any kind. I had no idea that 3D blu-ray was just not supported anymore.

Regards,
Adam
Hey Adam, I've bought and sold several 3D tv's since 2011 but these were my keepers. You might find one of these used. I bought the LG UH8500 new in 2016 when 3D was discontinued. I wish I had gone with the 65 in OLED instead but anyway... The other 2 I bought used.

the Passive LG 65UH8500 took a while to set it on the wall at the right angle(made adjustments for weeks) but when I got it, it was beautiful! The 1080 passive 3D picture has the most detail and clarity of the 3. Note: There is a slight issue with the top right corner that I don't even notice anymore. It's the only place I can notice slight crosstalk. EDIT: I do get the dirty screen effect in bright scenes.

Toshiba 55L6200U(Passive)- no crosstalk. Not the best picture but clean 3D picture.


SOny KDL70R550A(Passive) _ By far the best 3D TV I own. Nothing gives me cross talk on this baby. Sony got this one right!!
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Old 10-02-2019, 06:48 AM   #194
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Good morning.
Please help with these issue ,i need to by a new tv 3d ,my prevesies 3d tv is not working properly it s a lg 55 3d ,the probleme is when i wach a movie 3d in the let corner or in the middle of screan some of object appear double image or with shadows and i can watch properly any blueray movie.
i'm from romania europa,in my contry i can find any 3d tv.
Can some please recommend a site from i can by and the delivery to my contry?
i use lg and i was very happy with the tv i only use for the 3d movie.
i have blueray lg 3d player and is work ok.
thanks and apologies for the inconvenience
best regards
alex
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Old 10-02-2019, 01:51 PM   #195
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I wonder if this new Sony 3D tech will pan out...

"This 3D holographic display apparently works by bouncing light around hundreds of micro-mirrors that can spin extremely quickly, aiming a separate image to the left and right eyes of the viewer at the correct angle. Face detection will allow the display to know how many people are watching, too, and it'll even be able to tell how far you are from the display. The result is a display that can send fully 3D images to multiple users from any angle. It sounds pretty space age."

https://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019...splay#comments
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Old 10-03-2019, 09:24 PM   #196
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Won't have much luck over here in Us either. Not made anymore. Maybe find used on Ebay but shipping a large TV overseas would be costly $$ but worth it if you really need one. Best bet would be to look into a 3D Projector.
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Old 10-04-2019, 05:25 AM   #197
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It’s a bit of a pain for a smaller space but at this point a short throw DLP projector and a portable or roll up screen is probably the best bet for watching 3D at home without making the full “projector commitment”. You can store the projector out of the way and have it set up in minutes; literally just set it on a box or something and run it 2-4 feet from your screen. No fancy ceiling mount, complicated wiring, etc is necessary. Pack it back up after the movie.
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Old 10-04-2019, 07:16 PM   #198
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Try an ultra short throw projector. It only needs a few inches (cm) from the wall and can be left on a media table against the wall. (eg - Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector 4K). You can cast a screen size from 80" to 150".
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Old 11-03-2019, 08:29 PM   #199
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Stumbled on this short list of currently available 3D tv’s. Might be useful to someone here...

https://www.lifewire.com/best-3d-tvs-1847765
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Old 01-27-2020, 05:19 AM   #200
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Stumbled on this short list of currently available 3D tv’s. Might be useful to someone here...

https://www.lifewire.com/best-tvs-to-buy-4061107
The article just says "The 10 Best TVs of 2020", nothing about 3D.
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