3D TV Reviews For 2019

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Sony KDL-50R550A 50” Bravia LED HDTV Review

Sony KDL-50R550A 50” Bravia LED HDTV Review

The Sony Trinitron was once the Cadillac of color TVs and it was all due to just how good the picture looked so who cared how much it cost. The Sony KDL-50R550A 50” Bravia LED LCD HDTV with 3D goes a different route in that it is priced far less…
LG LA7400 55” Cinema 3D TV with Smart TV Review

LG LA7400 55” Cinema 3D TV with Smart TV Review

We’ve reached the point where HDTVs just having a high definition picture (1080p) isn’t enough; it now has to be as souped up as any smartphone. But while there’s no denying that “smart TV” features are welcomed, it still always comes down to the “build” of the LCD panel that…
Vizio E3D320VX, E3D420VX 3D TVs Now Available For Preorder

Vizio E3D320VX, E3D420VX 3D TVs Now Available For Preorder

Vizio’s latest 3D TVs, the E3D320VX (32-inch) and E3D420VX (42-inch), are now available for preorder from Amazon.  The world’s largest online retailer says the sets will ship in 3-5 weeks, where upon you should be able to find them at select retailers, with the added tax of course.  The 32-inch will…
Samsung Shows Off Glasses Free 55-inch 3D TV

Samsung Shows Off Glasses Free 55-inch 3D TV

This week Samsung showed off a 55-inch 3D LCD TV, viewable without the need for glasses, at FPD China 2011.  According to TechOn! the optimal viewing distance is 2.5-6 meters and users will have the option to switch between 2D and 3D, much like Nintendo’s 3Ds, though it’s not clear…
Vizio 65″ 3D Razor LCD Is Large, Bright And Costly

Vizio 65″ 3D Razor LCD Is Large, Bright And Costly

Active Shutter 3D televisions can get very expensive, and it certainly holds true for the 65 inch Theater 3D Razor XVT3D650SV LED, which also happens to be VIZIO’s biggest screen. But the new Theater 3D technology allows for the use of polarized glasses, similar to those found in movie theaters…
Toshiba Regza GL1 TVs Do 3D Without Glasses

Toshiba Regza GL1 TVs Do 3D Without Glasses

Much like Nintendo’s 3Ds, Toshiba is set to release a 3D TV that doesn’t require glasses. It will launch in Japan this December and be available in a 12-inch and 20-inch version.  Both sizes are probably too small for home theater use, but perhaps they’ll serve as some sort of…
Phillips 21:9 Aspect Ratio HDTV Gains 3D Support

Phillips 21:9 Aspect Ratio HDTV Gains 3D Support

Why does Europe get the coolest TVs and we don’t? Phillips new 58-inch Cinema 21:9 Platinum HDTV is no exception. This stunning set boasts 3D support with two pairs of included glasses, LED backlighting, local dimming, and a brushed matte finish. Its 21:9 aspect ratio, while unusual for television, is…
Rumor: Toshiba To Release Glasses Free 3D Set By Christmas

Rumor: Toshiba To Release Glasses Free 3D Set By Christmas

According to a Japanese report, Toshiba is readying a 3D HDTV for release sometime in the next year, maybe even by Christmas, that would not require glasses to view. (Note: the image above is not that TV, but hey, it’ll probably look similar…just a guess). The technology, called autostereoscopic 3D,…
Sony 3D TVs Now Available For Preorder

Sony 3D TVs Now Available For Preorder

Still holding out on that 3D TV purchase so you can buy one from Goliath Sony?  Well, wait no longer.  The consumer electronics manufacture has finally made all of their 3D sets available for pre-order and they’ve got a ‘wizard’ to help you determine what model is just right for…
Panasonic Unveils 152-Inch 3D Display, The World’s Largest

Panasonic Unveils 152-Inch 3D Display, The World’s Largest

As part of a new lineup of HDTVs hitting stores this fall, Panasonic recently showed off sets with some ridiculous sizes, including 85-inch, a 103-inch, and the TH-152UX1, a 152-inch 4K 3D set with a 5,000,000:1 contrast rati. Panasonic says they’re only for “professional” users, though. Not sure what exactly…
LG’s 84-Inch 3D HDTV Has Ultra High Resolution

LG’s 84-Inch 3D HDTV Has Ultra High Resolution

This week, the Society for Information Display (SID) conference is meeting in Seattle to show off a variety of new TV technology. LG’s at the forefront, revealing a 84-inch 3D set that has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 – that’s four times as many pixels as 1080p. Technically, no…
Mitsubishi Offering 82-inch 3DTV For Under $4,000

Mitsubishi Offering 82-inch 3DTV For Under $4,000

Mitsubishi is offering some interesting choices in the burgeoning 3D TV market with three newly announced models, including one huge set that manages to stay under four grand. Their 3D Home Cinema HDTVs are some staggeringly big DLPs with interesting features. The 82-inch WD-82738 has StreamTV Internet Media, which includes…
Panasonic’s Viera TH-P54VT, Their First 3D TV, Price Announced

Panasonic’s Viera TH-P54VT, Their First 3D TV, Price Announced

Remember the days of the first plasma TVs?  They were like $10k at the cheapest and that was select models and select manufacturers.  Though those days are far from back, they’re certainly going to come close if Panasonic’s first 3D TV is any indicator.  The electronics manufacturer says they’ll charge…
Panasonic Unveils New High End Plasma: TH-65VX100

Panasonic Unveils New High End Plasma: TH-65VX100

Honestly, I’m not a die hard TV guy. Cover your eyes, but I watch my daily dose of the Daily Show on a 42-inch Vizio – you really can’t beat it for the money. If you’ve got a penchant for the high end and need a crazy spec list to…

Learn More About 3D TVs

James Cameron’s ground-breaking film Avatar pushed 3D television to another level. After the film was released, several manufacturers announced 3D TVs that would be capable of displaying moving 3D images. However, not every TV manufacturer followed a standard 3D technology. Some 3D TV uses active shutter 3D systems, while other use polarized 3D technology. Some manufacturers, mainly Toshiba, pushed their autostereoscopic 3D TV technology that doesn’t require 3D glasses.

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