Monday, March 3, 2014

I would like to buy a 42-47 inches 3D tv?

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I don't know much about led, LCD or plasma. I just want have great 3d experience and it should have good picture quality. Can anyone suggest which tv should I buy?

Or should I wait till 2013 to buy one..?
P.s. I don't care about Internet and other fancy stuff

3D technology has not been a big hit in the electronic industry. At this time there are only around 130 titles available in 3D blu ray disc movies and they are mainly animated movies from disney. Keep in mind that to watch in 3D you will need the following: 3D HDTV, 3D blu ray disc player ot a game console, 3D blu ray disc movie or 3D video game and 3D glasses. You also have to sit in front of the tv to get the 3D effect. Go online to Home Theater Magazine and read the reviews on 3D HDTV, along with the pro and con of each technology. Panasonic Plasma is the only Plasma tv they recommend. They also have more pllasma tv being recommended than any type of tv from other manufacturer. Hope this will help you out.

Buying a PS3 Questions?


2morrow is my Bday and I'm not sure if I should get a PS3. I have some ?s:

a.)I only have a 16-inch SDTV. The text and stuff isn't super small and unreadable is it?
b.)Easy to set up?
c.)I most likely won't have enough to buy a game. Should I still get it?
d.)Slims are reliable right? No hardware failure?
e.) PS4 ain't coming around anytime soon right? I don't wanna get a PS3 and then a year later PS4 comes out.

Sorry for so many questions.
Already have MW2 on my 360. I really just want a PS3 for Killzone 2 and some other exclusives.

a) On the main menu, the XMB, the text should be fine. But ALL games are made in HD first, and SD is usually an afterthought. So while small text will be fine an an HDTV, it will be almost unreadable on an SDTV. My friend who has an sdtv always complains about not being able to read server lists, stats, and other text in most games.
b) The other people said stuff like "read the manual" or "takes a while" but all you do is plug in the power and a/v cords and turn it on. Can't get any simpler than that.
c) Theres not much point in buying it unless you buy it with a game. But if you can't get a game with it, heres some things you could do: browse the internet, check out Home, watch youtube videos, and download game demos from the playstation store.
e) Best estimates place the ps4 at coming out sometime around 2013.

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