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Comparing 3D: LED, Plasma or Projector?

by Blogger on ‎10-13-2012 10:00 AM - last edited on ‎01-23-2013 10:53 AM by JorgeM Recognized Expert

There’s a wide variety of television technologies available for today’s consumer to choose from. So, which format can offer you a superior 3D experience? From price point to specific strengths, let's take a detailed look at some of today's finest technologies.


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When it comes to 3D, the consumer who enjoys the highest degree of clarity will need to make image brightness their top priority. That's why LED is likely your best option. By opting for Passive 3D over Active 3D, your enjoy an even brighter experience – and the ES8000 is the perfect TV to deliver it.


Also known as the Samsung 65” 1080p 3D LED Smart TV, the ES8000 features a significantly enhanced image thanks to its use of Clear Motion Rate technology. This DLNA, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet ready television also features onboard support for more than twenty-six languages. Add HDMI, component, and USB compatibility, and you’ll begin to see why this Smart TV has become such a popular option amongst dedicated media enthusiasts.


Thanks to Samsung’s Wide Colour Enhancer Plus technology, the ES80000 extends the capabilities of its contrast ratio – so you can enjoy incredibly vibrant colors, accompanied by deep and authentic on screen blacks. Accompanied by Digital Dolby Plus and Dolby Pulse support, the ES8000 succeeds in providing a top-of-the-line audio and visual experience.


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Although it may not be an obvious choice when first considering a 3D TV, Plasma technology does manage to offer the consumer a fascinating grab bag of specific strengths. 3D fans will enjoy a bare minimum of on-screen ghosting, a wider viewing area to accommodate more watchers, and can be obtained for a considerably lower price point than its LED counterparts.

The Samsung 60” 1080p 3D Plasma Smart television features impressive on screen Active 3D, thanks in part to the presence of Samsung’s Real Black Filter. An enhancement technology developed to present authentic, dense colors regardless of lighting conditions, it also lends itself to helping create solid and richly textured effects in dazzling 3D.

Equipped with two pairs of Active 3D glasses, this Plasma TV is internet-ready the second it’s out of the box.... and with game, sports, and cinema modes, viewers are sure to be impressed by Samsung's depth of customizability and extremely pleasing price point.



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If image size is your priority, than the choice for you is obvious – a good digital 3D projector packs a large-scale punch that can rival most small movie theatres... and it’ll wind up costing you a lot less than you think.

Let’s take a moment to explore the Sony 1080p 3D Home Theatre Projector – which is more than capable of throwing up an image measuring no less than 300 inches. With a contrast ratio of 70,000 to 1, this is the right device to fill your big screen with impressive color depth in full 1080p. HDMI ready, the projector comes equipped with a very powerful Sony lens  – so you and your friends can enjoy top quality optics and an excellent zoom rate during your next 3D movie.

 

 

 

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