The cinemas have been inundated with the latest 3D movies recently, and now with the large storage capacity of Blu-ray discs, and the latest high definiition screens, amazing quality 3D movies are finally becoming a reality in our homes too. Getting 3D in your home is more than just a case of buying a 3D Ready Blu-ray player of course, you’ll also need a compatible television, and the glasses, and of course movies too.
However if you are looking to buy a new player, then getting one that is 3D ready is a wise idea, even if you’re not going to take full advantage just yet. And the costs of the players aren’t substantial – you only have to go up one model from the entry level player in the 2010 Sony range to find a 3D ready player. Even the Playstation 3 has recently received a firmware update to make it 3D ready.
What to consider before you buy a 3D Ready Blu-ray Player
Most of the players are more expensive, albeit sometimes not by much, so it it may not be worth getting a 3D ready player if you never intend to take advantage of it.
Why you should buy a 3D Ready Blu-ray Player
Many of the latest players are 3D ready anyway, so unless you’re intending to buy an entry level player, there is a good chance it will already be compatible. You’ll also be safe in the knowlegde that you’ve got the latest specification of player, complete with the HDMI version 1.4 socket.