Sony has announced sales targets for their new 3DTV, and they seem a little ambitious.
an instant 30 million 3d players in homes will certainly help them achieve that. @gaffy Yeah i think its going to get competitive pretty fast between samsung and sony prices will be reasonable pretty quick.
I was thinking of buying a new TV soon, but I guess I'll wait until 3DTVs get a little cheaper. Can't see myself buying it at the initial high price.
the movie avatar just blew my mind, im gonna get a new TV in the next year or two and when i do i will definitely get a 3dtv :)
think a 720p is good for a 32in?? I'm thinking of buying the BRAVIA 32in EX308 720p with the BRAVIA Engine 3 and BRAVIA Internet with Wi-Fi. Or should I get the 32in EX400 1080p with BE2 with none of the bravia features.. I just need to know if the extra resolution is worth it for that size of a set.
get the 1080p bravia!! because simply things r going for the higher resolution!! and even ps3 games r getting or supporting 1080p resolution!! so it is good for gaming/cut scenes etc and for movies and maybe 3D gaming!! i think there is already 3D enabled TV at the moment!! and also i dont think the price difference is that huge between 720p and 1080p!! i was in the same dilemma and realized its not worth to save 50-100$ for 720p!! remember if u buy 1080p it will last with u long time!!
I think for 32 inch 720p is good, if your going over 40 inches 1080p for sure.
I have a 32in Samsung that can only do 720p-1080i and I love it and all but I think you should go with the 1080p even if it has less features.
1) The price is in line with other HD-TV options. 2) The 3d is optional (you can turn it off). They have to work really hard to make 3DTV appeal to average Joe.
Some of the older 3D technology that has been around for a wile tend to give people headaches including me, after extended periods of time. Do you guy know if they have found ways around this from happening? I really would like to see this succeed, but not at the price of a migraine wile trying to play 8 straight hours of (insert favorite game here). What have you guys found out about these issues? Iv been trying to find out were I can read some detailed facts and features on each of the different sets. If you guys have any links to then please hit me up.
Do you guys think a 720p is good for a 32in?? Depends on how far away from the tv you are viewing it from. If you are sitting more than 1.5 times the width of the screen away, get the 720p set (for example, a 32" screen is about 26 inches wide so if you sit over 39 inches away from it). The human eye can only resolve pixels separated by 1 arctangent and at 1.5 times the width of the screen away, the human eye cannot see the individual pixels at 1280x720 resolution and so it would simply be a waste of money to go to the higher resolution especially if you are paying more AND loosing other features just to get that extra resolution.
im saving as we speak i want this baby for my ps3
When you think ther are over 30 million PS3’s(3d capable) out ther, that figure is doable. And Sony is exclusively filming 'World Cup'(footie) in 3D,thats bount to push sales thru the roof. It did for HDTV when the last world cup was held. I knew over 20+ friends that purchased TV’s for the footie alone.
I will get one this summer. I usually replace my HDTV every two years. The good thing about 3D TV's is that the are still Full LED TV's. This means they have fantastic picture quality as well as 3D capability. I wanted an LED TV. Now I get 3D too! The glasses suck though. I live in Korea and am already seeing them here. 1 samsung and 1 LG so far. Picture quality is awesome (on top of the 3D capability)
this year I am just gonna buy a 24" monitor for the den so I can hook up our 2nd PS3 to it....next year when prices come down, I will upgrade to a new HDTV...this is based upon the prices I have seen on the Sammy 3D sets.
If the price is right I will be buying one this year.
actually cheaper this year. 1080p set is going for $500. Which is good coming from a Sony Bravia set.
I'm a little bit skeptical on this, i know its a great tech but it also comes at a great price.
Great... Pricing would be the determinant
They're out of their minds
i guess i'll go with samsung.sony has reputation a for overpriced products here.sony is backing 3d strongly so they might get good sales
they lose the glasses part. Just not willing to buy glasses for people that visit us. Technology still needs improving.
I seen those glasses selling for $150, the old school 3D glasses less then a dollar lol. WTH... They need to at least get the price of the glasses down before I invest in a new 3D HDTV.
ding ding ding. this is why 3d never took off for pc. The consumer with money to blow will buy one for social status. The average joe just converted to HDTV. Good luck telling them they need a new TV. Then telling them they need a pair of glasses for each person watching....Don't even wanna imagine super bowl parties or PPV fights... But I'm so sure they'll get a second job like they did the ps3 right? Sony execs are pretty delusional these days.
Sony, king of the LCD's. I know I have 3
Didn't they say that Sony's 13.5 Ps3s sold for 2009 was a bit ambitious? How did that turn out? Sick of these gaming site trying to act like they know better than Sony, who have been doing this for a long time! besides if you are not ambitious in your business you will get no where.
believe that anything you can imagine, you can make real. :D
Anyone know if any of the Tv`s coming out will ship with at least one pair of glasses? I found a 32inch samsung 3D LED TV that will be released this month for $699.99 i was thinking about geting it but i wanna look around and obtain all the best info i can before i buy something.
That is what I've been waiting for and saving money for!! Can't wait for summer!!!
I won't be apart of that 2.5 million.
3dtv is like 3 years away yet mainstream, hdtv's are only just getting going. i know alot of people who still have not got one.
The hardest part about this is only 53% of North Americans now have HDTV's...Of those 0% are 3d capable. All the blu-Ray players that are stand alone bought the past few years and even months...NONE of those are 3d capable. You have to buy all new equipment for this...Not too mention $100-$150 a pop for glasses. Don't expect this to take off anytime soon and become mainstream.
You buy a "3d ready" tv, then pay up when you want to actually utilize it? Stop fcking around and give us naked eye 3d, you money grubbers
I want my porn in 3D.
You want your porn in 3D? Lol!!! that sound F^G --------------------- Get ready to sell your HDTV and once again spend $$$$ on a 3dtv LOL! poor bastards complaining that they cant pay for the important things and about the economy but they are willing to spend money on one of this! Poor Bastards.
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