I personally wouldn't like to be an early adopter of a new technology (like HD DVD). I'll wait for 2-3 years to 3D technology to mature and stabilise. The manufacturers haven't reached a proper consensus as yet. For example, did you know that you can use Samsung 3D glasses to view Panasonic TVs & vice versa upside down? The manufacturers have admitted that there needs to be a better communication between themselves.
I'm expecting the next generation of TVs to come with a common technology, so that you can even buy cheaper 3rd party 3D glasses for much cheaper prices. Until, of course, all this is replaced by glasses-free 3D TVs like the Toshiba one.
My Home Cinema Pioneer KRP 500A, Yamaha RX-V1900, MA Radius R225HD LCR, R90HD rears, AW12 sub, Panasonic BD60, PS3, Boxee Box, Sky HD, Boxee Box, Logitech Harmony One, Logitech PS3 Adapter, Sonos ZP90
Bedroom Samsung UE32C6510, PS3 slim white, Apple TV, Sonos S5, Sonos ZP90, Audioengine 2, Oppo OPDV971H
Miscellaneous: Synology DS212J + 2 X WD Red 2TB drives, WD 1TB NAS, Sonos ZoneBridge, BT HH3 as modem & AirPort Extreme router
i have the same player and was sure it could play 3d but im told different . will have to rent an see.
SONY STR DH810 amp /SAMSUNG 40UE6100 3D TV "LED BACKLIT/ SONY STR810 amp / x box 360/ .Panasonic DMP-BDT220 blu ray player/ Q Acoustics 2000i 5.1 speaker package.
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