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Getting to grips with the most suitable 3D TV and the place where to take hold of a buy .

Article by Ignacio Glover

What used to be a very expensive technology is now offered up at a price which likens well to normal TVs and provides all the usual features such as HD, built in Freeview and Dolby Surround Sound but also enhances the experience with 3D.There are two main types of 3D, Active and Passive. Passive 3D is that which the cinemas have and want the blue and red disposable glasses. The 3D experience is ideal but not as good as Active Stereo 3D which wants special battery powered glasses and synchronises the 3D picture on the television system by manipulation of a set top infra red emitter which the glasses pick up.The picture on an Active 3D television is far, far superior to passive (red and blue glasses) and if you can pay the additional premium in cost then you should definitely choose to buy one of these 3D TVs.A late introduction in the domain of 3D is glasses free 3D. Now this may sound spectacular , no demand to buy or wear glasses but at this present time the technology is far from perfect. To see in true 3D on these kind of television requires the watcher to be directly in front of the TV – a few degrees either side, or even stand up and the 3D effect is lost . It is not ready for the home market, is very pricey and should not be reckoned for use in the home. We are keeping an eye out on this technology (pardon the pun!) but dont expect anything moderately priced or viewable without glasses for the next few years. An additional major point to take into account is the warrantee. Try and find a shop that offers a prolonged guarantee although TV makers such as Samsung and Philips offer a 3 year warranty as standard. For such a large investiture it may be prudent to even get an extended warranty if not offered . All 3D TVs are now HD as standard but you should opt for the full HD of 1040 choice to 720 which gives a somewhat lesser quality picture. To add to that, for the full HD 3D experience you will require a Blu-Ray player. These are very costly when compared against standard DVD players but to enjoy full HD quality then these players are a must, combined of course with Blu-Ray DVDs although they’d also play the normal ones. Many manufacturers offer a bundle of television system and Blu-Ray player often at a very discounted price so you should search for these when looking around as they can save you a great deal of hard earned cash when compared to buying them individually . Samsung has by far the lions share in 3D television systems for the home and have a range that suits every pocket. As leaders in the field of 3D they should be at the top of your list when searching for and picking out a 3D TV, although other manufacturing businesses such as Panasonic, Philips, Sony and LG also have a estimable range.Katanga compares prices from over 20 High Street and Internet only retailers and produces an easy to view price comparison table to demo would be purchasers the lowest priced destination on the internet to pick out their new HD 3D TV.

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Katanga displays reviews and technical information on the most suitable 3D TV’s in the market and offers a price comparison characteristic so you can obtain the best possible high street and World Wide Web price .

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