Optoma 3D-XL 3D Projector Adapter - need a TV version too!!!

Now THIS is true innovation, so that your existing equipment is not made redundant due to new technology!

Details here: http://www.optoma.co.uk/projectordetailshccs.aspx?ShowMenu=HE&PTypedb=Home%20Entertainment&PC=3D-XL

I hope someone comes up with a TV version of it........nothing like watching 3D on my Kuro! 8)
 
......and it costs only £249!! http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B004EBV7LW/ref=asc_df_B004EBV7LW3305196?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=googlecouk06-21&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B004EBV7LW Reviews so far are excellent.

Pairing with Optoma HD67 projector, you can get excellent 3D pictures for only £779: http://store.sevenoakssoundandvision.co.uk/products/productdetail/part_number=3DXL-HD67/1765.0.4.3?gclid=CMXd54jVyakCFYJO4QodonTJNQ Extra 3D glasses cost only £49 each.

Any plans for a review?
 
Ok......I'm not keeping up to news of late. :(

Note to self: read all pages of WHF lying in front!

Realised another damp squib: you'll need a TV capable of refreshing at 120Hz to make it theoretically possible. Some of the earlier TV models have this capability, but Kuro refreshes at 72Hz.

Oh well, maybe it's time to invest in a projector ;)
 
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bigboss said:
Ok......I'm not keeping up to news of late. :( Note to self: read all pages of WHF lying in front! Realised another damp squib: you'll need a TV capable of refreshing at 120Hz to make it theoretically possible. Some of the earlier TV models have this capability, but Kuro refreshes at 72Hz. Oh well, maybe it's time to invest in a projector ;)

Do you think you would keep your TV as well then, if you got a projector? BTW - I got my brochure through - interesting stuff, cheers. I am expecting a call in the next couple of weeks, even though I said I didn't need one just yet.
 
My Kuro will stay with me for as long as it lasts. :) IF I decide on a projector, it will be only for movies. I'll wait for a couple of years until the 3D technology matures.

Reviews of the Optoma have been variable, with some reviewers even labelling it the "Best Buy". Let me know how you find it.
 
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Optoma is well known for its quality range of projector.From the latest HD Projector Review Optoma GameTime GT750E Projector review is emerging as the 3rd generation projector with the advanced feature of entertaining gamers not only this generation but also for the future.
 

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Hi bigboss,

If you can live without the 3D for a few years on a projector then you could look at the JVC DLA-HD350 for sale in Richer sounds for £1399.00

I had a demo of the Optoma HD33 and the JVC blew it out of the water picture quality wise.

So long as you are happy to do without the 3D.

Best purchase i have made in years,,,

but i still wouldnt get rid of the TV !
 

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