The 3D Televisions are hugely impressive, and there are several plasma screens as well as LCD televisions, which are compatible with this technology. The best of these in the market work well with the 3 dimensional technology. These models project higher quality pictures as compared to those with lower screen resolutions. The lesser models show unclear and blurred images even if the user wears the 3D glasses. So, for a buyer, to enjoy this technology on his television, he should buy a set which is compatible with the technology.
Many people consider buying new electronics immediately, but this may prove costly especially right away after their release. Many 3D HDTVs cost, on average, more than $1000. These televisions also need extra accessories such as the active shutter glasses as well as Blue Ray players, which increases the cost of having such a unit in the home. Watching the television without glasses is a tiring and uncomfortable experience, since the images tend to appear blurry and unclear. With the improvement in the 3D technology, the active shutter glasses have replaced the original cardboard glasses, common in the 90’s. The only drawback to wearing these glasses is if the user wears prescription glasses. They might prove to be cumbersome and uncomfortable if the user wears them over the prescription glasses, making the viewing process unbearable.
Many 3D televisions come with a set of active shutter glasses while others do not include them. The glasses cost, on average, around $150. If a buyer has bought a television with 2 sets of glasses, and he has a family, buying extra pieces would be very expensive. There are some manufacturers who have come up with universal active shutter glasses, but their compatibility with various 3D television brands is yet to be tested. Other television manufacturers came up with passive glasses, which do not use batteries, and these too are yet to be tested. The passive glasses are less expensive than the active shutter glasses and are less cumbersome compared to the original active shutter models. Many electronic giants predict that there will be 3D TVs which do not require glasses. This could be a challenge to the viewing capacity of the television.
The downside to owning a 3D television is that presently there is limited content to watch with the 3 -Dimensional technologies. Many television broadcasts are only available in 2-dimensions, with just a few broadcasters offering 3D broadcasts. An option that the owners of such televisions have is to watch Blue Ray films. With this in mind, many cable companies have sought to maximize the 3D market potential by launching various channels which are compatible. However, the main advantages of owning a 3 D television is its game quality and for live action sports. Some of the most important game manufacturing companies such as Sony have released compatible game consoles for the various models of the 3 dimension televisions.
Buying these models at this stage would be a very costly experience, especially for large families. The technology is also in its initial stages, and many changes are expected in the future. New additions in the market might render a 3d television worthless in a couple of years. However, the good side of this technological advancement is that it transmits high quality pictures. With all this in mind a potential buyer should take his time before buying a model.
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