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Believe It or Not, You Might Already Own a Mitsubishi 3D-Capable TV

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According to Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, more than a half million consumers might not know that their TVs are 3Di-capable. That's because the company has been selling 3D-capable TVs since 2007, well before games, movies, and sports programming were available in 3D and the focus on 3D was in earnest.

These existing Mitsubishi TV owners, could be enjoying a fully immersive 3D experience with the simple addition of a Mitsubishi 3D Starter Pack and 3D Source device. An eight-week outreach program and sweepstakes contest was recently concluded to inform the population of Mitsubishi TV owners via Facebook. Says Max Wasinger, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing at Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America. "Ironically, many current Mitsubishi TV owners may have forgotten or never realized that the TVs they purchased within the past three years are 3D-capable."

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MSRP: Starter Pack $449

New Marantz... everything

July 28, 2010 By HE Staff 45 comments
New Marantz... everything

Receivers, players, separates and more.

Marantz has announced a whole host of new products ranging from high-end separates, integrated amps, networked audio players, and receivers.

All the info after the jump.

New Sony ES Receivers

July 13, 2010 By HE Staff 29 comments
New Sony ES Receivers

Tons of custom features
 
While Sony's ES line has always been the top end of their offerings, the new ES receivers are also extremely custom install oriented with a bunch of features that custom installers (and their customers) will love.

All the info after the jump.

S1Digital P250

June 24, 2010 By HE Staff 41 comments
S1Digital P250

New server and complete line updates

S1Digital has announced the P250, their newest Media Center client.

They've also updated their entire ProLine Series.

All the info after the jump.

New Anthem Receivers

June 23, 2010 By HE Staff 33 comments
New Anthem Receivers

Bring on the 3Di

Anthem has announced four new receivers, the MRX 300, MRX 500, MRX 700, and the MRX 900.

All have at least seven channels of amplification and Anthem Room Correction.

All the info after the jump.

AT&T U-verse 3D Review

June 11, 2010 By Geoffrey Morrison 88 comments
AT&T U-verse 3D Review

World Cuppage

This morning ESPN 3Di broadcast their first real program, the opening match of the 2010 World Cup, a game between South Africa and Mexico.

Using a new Panasonic VT25 series plasma, I take a look at this next generation of television.

New Sony 3D TVs

June 10, 2010 By HE Staff 24 comments
New Sony 3D TVs

Sony 3Di Assault    

Sony had an event yesterday where they announced a whole cadre of products to push 3D from all angles, and highlighting their position as the only company with their fingers in every aspect of 3D, from shot to show.

TV and BD info after the jump.

3D on AT&T U-verse

June 9, 2010 By Geoffrey Morrison 28 comments
3D on AT&T U-verse

ESPN 3Di

World Cup in 3D? Ok, I'll bite. And bite it does, one channel for $10 a month? Ouch.

Here's the deal...

Onkyo TX-SR608

March 10, 2010 By HE Staff 33 comments
Onkyo TX-SR608

+3Di

Onkyo has announced three new receivers, the top of the line being the TX-SR608, with the latest HDMI 1.4 spec so in addition to all their other features, they'll be able to pass a 3D signal from your 3D capable BD player.

All the specs and details after the jump.

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