Sony HX800 3D-TV

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    is anyone looking at getting a Sony 3D-TV? i am looking at getting the Sony HX800, i was first put off a little because the 3D transmitter is external but Sony assured me in an email it is the same quality as the 3D inbuilt TV's.

    i am thinking to spend as much as you can afford on the 3D-HDMI (1.4) Cable to get the most out of a PS3, the Monster cables are looking pretty sweet so far!

    Anyone else care to share what they are looking at buying in terms of 3D-TV?
     
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    from memory the Monster 1.4 HDMI Cable was fairly expensive around $280, i am sure there are going to be alot cheaper ones but i am not going to bother, for my current HD setup i have Pure-AV Silver series HDMI Cables and they where around $200 each.
     
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    Changed my mind!

    I have changed my mind! i now want to get the Sony KDL-52LX900, it has the bonus of inbuilt 3D and comes with 2 pairs of 3D-Glasses, also has a heap of other features over the cheaper models.

    check out this info on the LX900
     
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    sony monitors are pretty bad for 3d images ghosting. they are supremely good for 2d images, but panasonic vt series tvs are a step above for experiencing 3d at the moment. LG polarised screens are more suitable for 3d in my opinion
     
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    I'm currently looking at a Samsung D8000 59" Plasma HDTV.. any thoughts???
     
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