Sony launches 3D

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    Sony is launching its HX800 series at Harvey Norman 2morro all across Adelaide, i was dead set on getting this model in a 40" but now i want the 52" LX900 but its still another month or 2 away:mad: i was dissapointed when i dropped in Harvey Norman 2night and they said the Sony 3D-TV's are in 2morro but the LX series are still another month or 2 away!

    hmmmm what to do? get the cheaper model and buy the glasses and 3D Transmitter seperate or play the waiting game again and get the top of the range LX900 with 3D inbuilt, included 2x 3D-Glasses and tonnes more features..........
     
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    What are the prices of both TV's? I bet that 52" costs a fortune!
     
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    The HX800 is around $2800 and the LX900 52" is $5499
     
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    i just got back from Harvey Norman, i watched the Sony 55" HX800 3D-TV with a Sony 3D Blu-ray demo playing (threw a Samsung 3D Blu-ray Player) DOH, looks like Sony didnt include anything for HN to play there demo movie, not very smart!

    as soon as i walked in and asked about the Sony 3D-TV they said they are on to the phone to Sony asking about the 3D picture, they said that the 3D Depth just wasnt there compared to Samsung, Sony told them that the images wont jump out at you like the other 3D-TV's!

    after watching the Sony 3D Demo i must say i was totally dissapointed, the depth was dismal (around 2 inches) i struggled to see the 3D Depth and the Game demo looked 2D (and it was in 3D mode!) definatley thumbs down, the images looked blurred as well on fast camera movement during the Soccer Demo.

    The Samsung had over a meter of depth and was brighter, you could easilly see a real 3D effect unlike the Sony HX800.

    for now i think i am going to wait and see what Panasonic have to offer in 3D, there 3D-TV's are Plasma and have alot more sizes, some info here<
     
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