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    #16
    Is there a setting on the TV to combine the images? My LG has that option.

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      #17
      Originally posted by Kappa123 View Post
      3D is pretty much dead. It's hard trying to find a new TV with 3D capabilities as it is. Seems that 4k is the feature everyone is looking for nowadays.
      Not exactly true. I purchased a 4K TV in December with 3D capabilities. You have to read the specs to see what's included.

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        #18
        Originally posted by amciotola View Post

        Not exactly true. I purchased a 4K TV in December with 3D capabilities. You have to read the specs to see what's included.
        Just curious. Which brand and which model? Is it possible you bought a 2016 model that was still around?

        I ask since in order to get a new TV with Passive 3D, we had to buy a 2016 model in 2017.

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          #19
          No - 3D is NOT dead. You only hear this from those who don't use it. Because movie theater operators are greedy and charge an unnecessary premium to view 3D with an inferior presentation public interest has indeed waned. For those of us who own quality 3D viewing displays it is a vibrant, exciting way to enjoy the medium. If the theaters were to get over their greed, if the quality of presentation would equal that of 2D (and in theaters that is even questionable), and 3D displays were once again available at reasonable cost then one would see 3D regain interest.

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            #20
            Originally posted by B2Net View Post

            Just curious. Which brand and which model? Is it possible you bought a 2016 model that was still around?

            I ask since in order to get a new TV with Passive 3D, we had to buy a 2016 model in 2017.
            2016 LG 4K Smart TV OLED55E6P

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              #21
              It's been dead... RIP 3D TVs

              https://www.cnet.com/news/shambling-...lls-down-dead/

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                #22
                Yep, my newest TV is a 2016 LG 65UH8500. LG's 4K UHD with passive 3D gives a full 1920x1080 HD picture for the 3D content. The 4K UHD with 3D was the Unicorn, the Holy Grail, and apparently only available for a very short time. I had a gut feeling around Christmas 2016 that this would be the last chance, and glad I acted on it. Wish I'd had the money for the OLED model but I'm happy with what I got. I will not be buying another new TV as long as this one lasts.

                My last few 3D discs came from (you ain't gonna believe this) the $5-and-under discount rack at Big Lots.

                The other, more current titles came from overseas. Last Jedi and Solo came from amazon.uk, and I found a Korean copy of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets on ebay (thankfully with the Korean captions turned off it was a pure English language release).

                Side note: Valerian is one of the best examples of 3D content done well that I have ever seen. The blurb on the back says "A Visual Masterpiece" and it is not a lie.

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