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Old 07-13-2017, 08:53 PM   #1
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Default How to play 3d blu-ray movies on LG OLED 55C7T?

Hello friends. Recently, I was gifted a LG OLED 55C7T 2017 model.

Although it looks good, to my utter dismay, it has no 3d. So I was wondering how can I watch 3d movies on it?

I don't have a laptop with blu-ray player and/or 3d capability OR a seprate 3d blu-ray player, so how to resolve this issue?


Anyone having expertise in this subject matter please share your opinion and/or solution. Also, could someone please suggest what the settings should be in order to avoid burn out.
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Hello friends. Recently, I was gifted a LG OLED 55C7T 2017 model.

Although it looks good, to my utter dismay, it has no 3d. So I was wondering how can I watch 3d movies on it?

I don't have a laptop with blu-ray player and/or 3d capability OR a seprate 3d blu-ray player, so how to resolve this issue?


Anyone having expertise in this subject matter please share your opinion and/or solution. Also, could someone please suggest what the settings should be in order to avoid burn out.
If it's not a 3D TV then you can't watch 3D movies on it. You'll have to watch them in 2D.
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If it's not a 3D TV then you can't watch 3D movies on it. You'll have to watch them in 2D.
This is a fact - if the TV is not 3D then there is no possible way you could watch 3D movies on it, plus you would also need the 3D blu ray player as well as the proper glasses.
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This is a fact - if the TV is not 3D then there is no possible way you could watch 3D movies on it, plus you would also need the 3D blu ray player as well as the proper glasses.
This is actually not a fact. You can buy a piece of hardware that will send an active 3D signal to your TV: http://www.3dnow.com/

I have owned one in the past and can confirm that it does indeed work.
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This is actually not a fact. You can buy a piece of hardware that will send an active 3D signal to your TV: http://www.3dnow.com/

I have owned one in the past and can confirm that it does indeed work.
Woah! Now that, is impressive. Have you been able to compare it with a true 3D tv? Does it decode 3D movies/content or does it simulate 3D with 2D content?
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OMG U GOT A LEMON �� didnt u know 7 gen dont do 3D
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OMG U GOT A LEMON �� didnt u know 7 gen dont do 3D
pfffft I wish someone gifted me a lemon like that!
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Woah! Now that, is impressive. Have you been able to compare it with a true 3D tv? Does it decode 3D movies/content or does it simulate 3D with 2D content?
It decodes 3D content (such as 3D blu-rays) and sends it to whatever TV or projector you're using. It uses active shutter glasses.
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