Looking for HDTVs to watch 3D? You're in the right place.
To watch a program in 3D, you will need to buy one of these 3D-capable display. There’s no way around it. These displays usually have a higher processing power than older models as they need to display one image for each eye to create a 3D effect. HDTV manufacturers say that older models will not be capable of displaying 3D technology because of the specs needed to create a 3D effect. You will need to buy a 3D-capable HDTV to get 3D at home.
All 3D-capable HDTVs released in 2010 and onwards will feature active technology, requiring you to wear active shutter glasses to watch 3D on your HDTV.
Amazon currently sell both 3D HDTVs and 3D-ready HDTVs. What's the difference?
3D HDTVs are capable of displaying 3D out of the box. With a 3D-ready HDTV, you will need to buy an add-on to get your HDTV to display 3D. In the case of the Mitsubishi 3D-ready HDTVs, you will need to buy this 3D starter pack to get your 3D going. Without this pack, your HDTV will display great 2D pictures, but you will not be able to watch anything in 3D.
Amazon will add more items as our selection grows. We also invite you to check out our 3D help guide and our 3D buying
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