Which 3D TV should I buy?
While it’s caused a bit of a stir of late, it’s still too early to say the 3D craze has taken a hold just yet. But the number of TVs and content available is slowly growing.
By Ty Pendlebury
On the broadcast side, the government has released spectrum that is currently used for loops of the World Cup and State of Origin (channel 40 if you’re in Sydney). While some TVs ship with 3D discs there is still a dearth of movies available. This has been alleviated somewhat with the release of Cloudy With A Chance Of MeatballsOpen Season and Monster House. Sadly, we’ll have to wait till next year for premium titles like Alice in Wonderland andAvatar. last week and the pending release of
If you’re looking to buy a TV now then choosing a 3D model will allow some degree of future-proofing. Just be aware that you’ll need to buy glasses that cost between AU$100 and AU$200 each, and in the case of the Sony HX800 you’ll need to buy a 3D receiver as well.
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