2d-3d conversion Vs Size

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    mgr2007 New Member

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    Hi guys.I am new to this forum and I need an advise from more experienced users of 3d or hd tv.
    I decided to buy a panasonic plasma 3dtv (tx-p50vt20).But now there is available the 46-inch model. Where is my problem? 50 inches are 50 inches and as they say size matters especially in 3d.But 46 inch model has this 2d to 3d conversion.Assuming the price is the same, which is best?50inches and no conversion or 46 inches WITH conversion?Thank in advance for your replies!
     
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    47 views and noone has something to propose?? :(
     
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    Ian Administrator Staff Member

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    Welcome to the forums!

    It all depends on if you'll use the 2D>3D feature. I've not found it too useful so far, but I've only seen the Sony implementation and watched SD TV with it. It may be useful on computer animation or HD video.

    Perhaps try out the 2D > 3D conversion feature in a shop and then see if it's worth swapping for. If you don't find it useful, then just stick with your current TV :)
     
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