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Old 05-16-2019, 01:02 AM   #3081
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Not yet available for pre-order, but confirmed by multiple sources, including Fox's own website. Release date July 23.

https://www.foxmovies.com/movies/ali...ngel#bluray_4k
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Old 05-20-2019, 05:04 PM   #3082
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A miracle happened. My LG G6 fixed itself!

My Tivo Bolt died and we lost all our shows (man, I'm having bad luck with electronics). I sent in for a Tivo replacement. When I was pulling the TV forward so that I could get my arm behind to the Tivo power plug the line in my TV went away. It was on at the time and I was looking behind the TV while I was pulling it forward, but then looked at the TV and noticed the line was gone. I yelled out to my wife a bunch of happy expletives.

Then I said to my wife "Oh man, we sent that letter in already. Now they're still going to come and take it away." She told me that she hadn't sent it in yet actually.

Now it makes me wonder how much LG knew it was probably a good panel while also telling me it couldn't be fixed and that's why they were trying to buy it back.
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Old 05-20-2019, 08:29 PM   #3083
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A miracle happened. My LG G6 fixed itself!

My Tivo Bolt died and we lost all our shows (man, I'm having bad luck with electronics). I sent in for a Tivo replacement. When I was pulling the TV forward so that I could get my arm behind to the Tivo power plug the line in my TV went away. It was on at the time and I was looking behind the TV while I was pulling it forward, but then looked at the TV and noticed the line was gone. I yelled out to my wife a bunch of happy expletives.

Then I said to my wife "Oh man, we sent that letter in already. Now they're still going to come and take it away." She told me that she hadn't sent it in yet actually.

Now it makes me wonder how much LG knew it was probably a good panel while also telling me it couldn't be fixed and that's why they were trying to buy it back.
Hi 4Reel,

That's certainly great news!
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Old 05-23-2019, 10:18 AM   #3084
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My friend already had his TV die and get replaced with a crappy 2D one, now all the 3D discs he has are useless!
Sad to hear that he didn't use the opportunity to upgrade to large front projection instead, where many manufacturers still support 3D front projection (and especially in the DLP front projector camp, after the loss of 3D support in the first 4K models last year - home theater users were so upset and vocal that the latest 4K DLP projectors now all support 3D...).

IMHO, front projection enables an immersive 3D experience which smaller flat screens just can't match.

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It shouldn’t be too much to ask to keep 3D at least on the most expensive top of the line models, especially when they still include other features which are useless to some.
I concur. It's strange that no flat screen manufacturer realizes the opportunity for a competetive advantage.

In the world of fish there's swarm intelligence, in the world of the AV industry, unfortunately, such a thing apparently doesn't exist.
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Old 05-23-2019, 02:49 PM   #3085
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It's strange that no flat screen manufacturer realizes the opportunity for a competitive advantage.

In the world of fish there's swarm intelligence, in the world of the AV industry, unfortunately, such a thing apparently doesn't exist.
I strongly suspect that the banning of 3D-format-compatible-direct-view-components come from the UHD peak-brightness issues via a leveraged BDA consortium control maneuver.
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Old 05-23-2019, 08:54 PM   #3086
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My TV has both 3D and UHD (thus allowing passive with no loss in resolution) and is plenty bright.
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Old 05-23-2019, 08:56 PM   #3087
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Theme parks are now ditching 3D too

https://www.themeparktourist.com/new...way-out?page=1
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Old 05-23-2019, 09:21 PM   #3088
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If 3D was truly dead ...

a) This thread wouldn't even exist.
b) We wouldn't enjoy the recent Aquaman in 3D.
c) We woudnlt enjoy the recent Mortal Engines in 3D.
d) We wouldn't enjoy the recent Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse in 3D.

* Theme parks are fun for kids (and adults too...families); too bad they cut their 3D fun.
I know many kids who are going to cry dino tears.
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Old 06-02-2019, 12:47 AM   #3089
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Here in the UK we still get 3D releases but I also see sales/clearance, like 2 3D films for Ł8.. which might not be that cheap in the US.
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Old 06-02-2019, 05:18 PM   #3090
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Here in the UK we still get 3D releases but I also see sales/clearance, like 2 3D films for Ł8.. which might not be that cheap in the US.
Hi universe,

That's $10.11 United States. Some have mentioned getting a few old ones for $5.99 each so it is in line with 9.48 British pounds.
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Old 06-08-2019, 10:59 AM   #3091
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I feel a very important point is being missed at the moment. Sony have just confirmed backwards support for the PSVR on their new console due next year. This means that if Sony allow Blu-ray playback of film (almost guaranteed) we all have a means of accessing 3D for the next 7-8 years at the very least. It also means a software update may well be possible that improves image quality.
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