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#298441 - 03/25/10 01:43 PM 3D projector
Zarak Offline
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Registered: 03/09/03
Posts: 1849
Loc: PA
We are thinking about finishing the basement and putting in a media room (it will be about 20x14 if all goes as planned). I'll need a projector down there, and was thinking if I am going to get one, maybe I should future proof and get one that does 3D. I wanted to get some thoughts on this. I did a little looking and came across the Optoma HD66 . I'll have to look more to see which ones are good. Glasses aren't cheap either, then I need a player that can handle it, etc. I may not get all of the other parts to do 3D now, but at least knowing the projector can do it would get that part out of the way.

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#298479 - 03/25/10 03:38 PM Re: 3D projector [Re: Zarak]
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I think it's a bit too early to be aiming for future-proofing in the 3D home theater area. If I were in the market for a projector right now (which I'm not) I'd aim for the best PQ my money could buy. I'm sure the 3D ability doesn't come cheap.
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#298566 - 03/25/10 11:57 PM Re: 3D projector [Re: pmbuko]
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I concur. If you want a 3D capable projector system, you are better to wait at least another year to get something, plus you will need a 3D capable Blu-Ray player, and the jury is still out on if you really need HDMI 1.4 cabling and and receiver (depending on your configuration)...
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#298597 - 03/26/10 09:03 AM Re: 3D projector [Re: nickbuol]
Zarak Offline
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I may just skip that for now then. Haven't researched projectors much before though. Need to figure out what's good, important stats to look for, etc. to at least get a narrowed down list.

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