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List of The Best 3D TVs

Updated on July 16, 2011

3D TV. It's coming - or it's already here. 3D technology has taken great steps forward in the last few years, enough so that 3D is ready for the consumer market. This means that you and I can sit at home, on the couch, and watch something in glorious and intriguing 3D. Hooked yet?

Avatar 3D, Toy Story 3D, How to Train Your Dragon 3D, the list goes on and on. It the next step in entertainment, 3D. It's the next blu-ray. The fact is 3D technology and 3D home entertainment is here to stay, so we should accept it, embrace it, and - eventually - open are wallets up to it.

3D technology home theatre is still brand new, and therefore the prices are high, as well as lack of variety. This doesn't mean morphing your home theatre into a 3D world isn't possible. It is.

Here is list of the best 3D TV:


Samsung 55" 1080p 3D LED HDTV

This is the one. This is the 3D TV which is setting the bar high, really high, and hoping the rest will try and follow. At a size of fifty-five inches and with a contrast ratio of 6,000,000:1 this is the clearest 3D TV on the market. Samsung 3D glasses are needed; this amazing 3D technology syncs the glasses with the TV and gives you one of the best home viewing experiences on the planet.

Another great feature of the 55" 1080p 3D LED HDTV is that it comes with an application interface. Download apps that allow you scroll through 3D pictures, Pandora music, Twiiter, and much more.

The 3D TV is also eco-friendly.


Mitsubishi 1080p 120Hz Home Theater 3D

Mitsubishi has been in the market for 3D technology for years now. It's seen the coming trend of the 3D TVs in the home theater and it has prepared for the wave of interest by having 3D technology ready for use. Most of their TVs from 2007 on are 3D-ready, meaning just the purchase of a 3D adapter and a 3D blu-ray player, and you can watch 3D at home.

Mitsubishi, like Samsung, also have TVs which have been specifically designed for 3D TV. This Mitsubishi Home Theater 3D comes in a wide range of colors, giving you amazingly high quality. It also is Eco-friendly for those of you with a strong conscious.

But for those of you who don't want to spend a lot of money, Mitsubishi is the way to go. You can purchase a smaller TV that is 3D ready, and then buy the 3D adapter. The 3D technology isn't as advanced as other TVs, but is good enough to fulfill your appetite.


Panasonic Viera TC-P58VT25 3D TV

The Panasonic Viera TC-P58VT25 is one of the safest choice of 3D TVs on the market.  I say this because it also comes in 2D, with HD components and superior picture.  So if you don't trust 3D technology yet then this could be the way to go. 

The Panasonic has excellent black color, and shadow detail - some of the best around.  It also has a very good color contrast ratio that gives you a very clear and concise picture; so if your not using the 3D technology you can still have a satisfying 2D experience.

The 3D, however, is still very good.  3D glasses, unlike other 3D TVs, are included with the TV, which is a bonus.  The color, and contrast of the 2D image, transfers over to the 3D, giving you one of best home viewing experiences of 3D around.   This is, without a doubt, one of the best 3D TV.


LG LX9500 Infinia Series LED TV 3D

The LG has also got on the ship which is 3D TV and started a series of TVs which have 3D technology implemented in them.  LG has always made TVs that are crystal clear, with bezel that is the thinnest out of the majority of TVs.  And that's no different here with their 3D TV.  Incredibly thin, with a color contrast ratio that is huge, the picture is of the best quality. 

The TV uses active shutter glasses, like most 3D technology, making the transfer from 2D to 3D seamless. 

One of the best 3D TVs.


Sony Bravia XBR LX900 Series 3D TV

Sony is trying to become the leading manufacturer of 3D technology, and home viewing 3D.  And so far it's coming very close to succeeding.  Using a mix of Active Shutter 3D glasses and frame sequential technology, the 3D is very vivid and realistic.  Just that quality alone makes it one of the best 3D TV.

It also has numerous other features which add to its quality, including sensory which will dim the lights on the TV when you step away from it, and other audio and visual supplementary features.  This 3D TV also has Bravia Engine 3 video technology which helps reduce noise, enhance video, and give you one of the clearest images around.  



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