I just picked up one of Sony's fancy PS3 3D HDTVs from GameStop for $200. I couldn't resist the price as you can't even get an off brand regular 1080p HDTV for that price and this comes with a game to boot. GameStop is so overstocked with these TVs right now. Anyone have one and would like to share their thoughts on it? My first HDTV that I still use is a 27" 1080i Norcent. It's actually a really good TV but it did cost me $500 4 years ago. I only have 2 issues with my Norcent, (my sister has the same one and it has the same issues). The quite apparent issue is with the audio. Certain game audio cause static even at low volumes. I'm not sure if it's an incorrect setting or not. The other problem is that it easily gets a burn-in With my sister's you can see the outline from Netflix. My Norcent doesn't have that since I turn it off when I'm not using it.
Back to the Sony PS3 3D HDTV now. Anyone have any major complaints with it (other than it not including a remote)? Major screen issues, sound problems, etc. Does it display moving images properly with no noticeable motion blur? Motion blur during fast scenes is something I've noticed with many HDTV displays.
This isn't my first 3D Display. I currently own an iZ3D PC monitor which is fabulous. The only 2 issues I have with it are: not 1080p HD and it's not HDCP compliant so no 3D Blu-Ray movies unless I rip them first. Coupled with my $25 (yes $25 surround sound system) 5.1 channel surround sound system, I love the iZ3D. Plus I got it on sale too. iZ3D was having a promotion where if you bought the iZ3D display and a video card on the same receipt, you got a $50 rebate. The $260 display only cost me $210 which is great for a 22" PC Monitor. I like the iZ3D since it uses the cheap passive 3D glasses which have never given me a headache. Plus since it is TWO LCD panels stacked on top of one another, it displays the 3D at full resolution. The downside is that it's only a 1680x1050 display but I didn't matter to me.
Once my mother lets me open this baby up and take her for a test spin, I'll have to wait.
Let me hear your thoughts.
I am waiting for LG to come out with a Cinema 3D 4k HDTV that can display full 1080p 3D content for both eyes as LG uses passive 3D glasses.
My only concern is the shutter glasses giving me a headache. I can only do so much 3DS in 3D mode at one time as it sometimes makes my head hurt as I'm so used to the passive glasses that I don't keep my head at the proper angle for the 3DS 3D display. It could also be that it's too small.
I can't wait to try out some 3D PS3 games in 3D mode. When the developer does 3D right, I find myself dodging things without thinking. Even with surround sound, I find myself turning my head to see what's behind me when I hear something behind there.