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  • tbuick6
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    Re: Suggestion for 3D streaming player

    Do the new 4K Toshiba 3D blu ray players Toshiba Symbio BDX5500 3D support Vudu 3D?

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  • jeremymc7
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    Originally posted by jbloggs View Post
    I already have a multitude of streaming devices and players, like 82" Mitsubishi 3D HDTV TV with Vudu App, Sharp Aquos 65" 3D HDTV with Vudu app, Sony NSZ-GT1 Blu-ray (3D capable) player (for some reason they decided to remove the Vudu App from this), Sony NSZ-GS1 Google TV device With Vudu app, Roku 3 with Vudu app, Chromecast Vudu enabled, Soon getting Amazon Fire TV & Stick. The Vudu app on all of these have been restricted from playing 3D. I shouldn't have to go buy another blu-ray player JUST to play 3D movies from Vudu. It's beyond me why they don't allow the Vudu app on Roku 3 to play 3D movies
    While the Roku 3 may support some type of 3D from some channels; the Roku 3 itself is not officially a 3D capable product.

    As for other devices that may be 3D capable (IE 3D blu-ray player) doesn't mean that the streaming hardware is capable of it, the manufacturer allows apps to 3D, or that the 3D method the streaming portion supports is compatible with Vudu's method.

    A 3D device not having a Vudu 3D app "usually" has little to do with Vudu not updating the app and more to do with the manufacturer of the hardware not supporting or allowing 3D from the Vudu app.

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  • jbloggs
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    I already have a multitude of streaming devices and players, like 82" Mitsubishi 3D HDTV TV with Vudu App, Sharp Aquos 65" 3D HDTV with Vudu app, Sony NSZ-GT1 Blu-ray (3D capable) player (for some reason they decided to remove the Vudu App from this), Sony NSZ-GS1 Google TV device With Vudu app, Roku 3 with Vudu app, Chromecast Vudu enabled, Soon getting Amazon Fire TV & Stick. The Vudu app on all of these have been restricted from playing 3D. I shouldn't have to go buy another blu-ray player JUST to play 3D movies from Vudu. It's beyond me why they don't allow the Vudu app on Roku 3 to play 3D movies

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  • jeremymc7
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    Originally posted by markvsbrennon View Post
    Although discontinued, you can still find the Sony BDP-S790, which is working well with my Sony KDL-60 etc. TV to play 3D movies from Vudu. It also is one of the few players with dual HDMI out, one for audio and one for video, and I am pleased to say that my older Marantz SR6003 amp is having no problem decoding the multitrack audio (Dolby Plus if I recall?). I have only had the Sony player for a couple of days so this should not be viewed as an endorsement or recommendation, but so far so good.

    It's a good player / streamer. I bought one when they first came out. After switching to the Oppo BDP-93 and subsequenty the Oppo BDP-103 the Sony just had to go. The Oppo was SOOO much faster and smoother than the Sony in every respect and offers drastically more options to change if you decide you want to tweak the performance.

    The Oppo also offers and HDMI input to use it as a switcher or better yet use it as a 4K scaler (!!!) for your older source equipment. The Oppo 4K scaler is better than most entry and mid level 4K TV's scalers.

    You can get a new (discontinued) Sony BDP-S790 for around $200. Used Oppo BDP-93 will run around the same $200. Used Oppo BDP-103 will run around $400 ($500 new).

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  • markvsbrennon
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    Although discontinued, you can still find the Sony BDP-S790, which is working well with my Sony KDL-60 etc. TV to play 3D movies from Vudu. It also is one of the few players with dual HDMI out, one for audio and one for video, and I am pleased to say that my older Marantz SR6003 amp is having no problem decoding the multitrack audio (Dolby Plus if I recall?). I have only had the Sony player for a couple of days so this should not be viewed as an endorsement or recommendation, but so far so good.

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  • jeremymc7
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    They have 4K TV's without any Smart capabilities as well.

    I know, I have two and it was fine with me. I'd rather use my own choice from best box and not pay for theirs and then use something else.

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  • E55KEV
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    Originally posted by yadavarvind82 View Post
    Hi...i have 3D HDTV (not smart)..looking for a Streaming player which can support Vudu 3D..any suggestions??

    does samsung blu ray player or Roku-3 supports VUDU-3D??
    Your HDTV is 3D but not Smart? I did not know that existed. I've seen Smart TVs without 3D but not aware of a 3D TV that was not Smart without apps or internet connection.

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  • jeremymc7
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    Tried just about every Blu-Ray and Media Server capable of playing Vudu 3D. Be warned that there are lots of 3D devices that have Vudu that DON'T play Vudu 3D. The devices that are 3D don't have play Vudu 3D, most are not clearly marked, and Vudu webpage isn't always clear or up to date.

    By far the best is the Oppo 3D blu-ray. FAST interface. Beautiful picture. You'll pay the price though. Runs around $500.

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  • devans315
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    Hey man, this is the best way to go, go to wal-mart and buy the sony 3-d BDV-E2100 blu-ray disc home theater system. The price is only $248.00 and the surround sound is great. It is also Smart, you get great apps. like netflix, pandora,vudu and much more. It has kick *** sound with 1000 watts. I checked them all out. and the sony was way better than the rest on the market, and the price could not be beat.

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  • yadavarvind82
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    Suggestion for 3D streaming player

    Hi...i have 3D HDTV (not smart)..looking for a Streaming player which can support Vudu 3D..any suggestions??

    does samsung blu ray player or Roku-3 supports VUDU-3D??
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