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I'm shopping for a 3DTV, which one should i get?

129 weeks ago
Nice budget :)... I'll put together a few recommendations then

Roughly how much are you looking to spend? And do you know what size you want (or how far away do you sit from the TV)?

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i'm looking for the entire home cinema set-up. Got a pretty large basement that i'm planning to convert into a cinema room.. I'd say its about the size of a double garage. budget would be no more than £20,000
It's worth reading this about 3D TVs. They are still first generation, so there are some trade offs. But that's the price of early adoption :)

12 best 3D TVs in the world today

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It's getting the best press for 3D TVs. Panasonic is the only brand still pushing the plasma route, and it seems this technology is producing a great 3D picture - though potentially a little darker than other LCD brands. But as you're in a garage that will be OK. Really it's got everything you'd want build in - freesat, freeview HD, online services, DLNA networking and playback of music/video from USB/SD card. It's very, very cool.

Panasonic Viera TX-P55VT30 Plasma HD 1080p 3D TV, 55" with Built-in freesat HD & Freeview HD

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You'll want a couple of extra glasses. They come in different sizes.

Panasonic TY-ew3D2ME Rechargeable Active Shutter 3D Glasses for GT and VT Plasma Range - Medium

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I have a much more modest Onkyo, the 606. Awesome sound. This is one of their flagship products. 9.2 surround. Networked. 220 watts, which is pretty loud. Multizone (3). You have 8 3D ready HDMI inputs, with one on the front which is very handy for making ad-hoc connections (eg phone, camera, etc). Very nice indeed.

Sevenoaks Sound and Vision - Onkyo TX-NR5009 AV Receiver (New Model - Now Available)

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Very aspirational. Reason for suggestion: What Hi-Fi review: http://www.whathifi.com/review/bw-cm9-theatre

CM Series | Overview - Bowers & Wilkins | B&W Speakers

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You'll be needing a nice 3D blu-ray player. I actually rate a PS3 pretty highly for blu-ray output, but you'll want something to match the level of the rest of the kit.

Sevenoaks Sound and Vision - Denon DBP-2012UD3D Blu-ray Player (Save £100)

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You might as well get a PS3. 3D games!

Sony PlayStation 3 Console (320GB Slim Model) with Resistance 3 and Battle: Los Angeles (Blu-ray Movie) Bundle

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cheers mate for all your help! some very good suggestions! :)
You'll need a universal remote, otherwise... things will get complicated. I have the model below this. With all this kit it's worth investing a bit more for this one. A little tricky to set up, but you only need to do it once then it works like a dream. The 1100 is above this, but I don't really understand the value (it costs almost as much as an iPad). The 900 has RF - which means you get a separate 'IR blaster' that sends the signals so you don't need to point the remote.

Logitech Harmony 900 Universal Remote Control

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FOR AMUSEMENT VALUE ONLY. Read the reviews. Very funny. (Cables are important, these are probably not required, the price has come up wrong, it's missing a digit at the front!...)

AudioQuest K2 terminated speaker cable - UST plugs 8' (2.44m) pair

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if it's available in your country..nothing is better than this one..http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Mitsubishi+-+Home+Cinema+/+60%22+Class+/+1080p+/+60Hz+/+3D+DLP+HDTV/9966999.p?id=1218202944577&skuId=9966999
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Mitsubishi - Home Cinema / 60" Class / 1080p / 60Hz / 3D DLP HDTV

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