It just won't stop, will it? Part of that same press release we just mentioned, Sony's also making sure that your 3D HDTVs have the best 3D home theater systems on the market. At least, that's their goal. And, we imagine that if you plug it all into one another (don't break anything), you might just get a 3D experience that makes your comfortable couch way more appealing than the stuffy movie theater with all those strangers. Here's 3 (kind of) new options for you to choose from, all promoting plenty of features to make any 3D enthusiast drool at the mouth.
Denon is huge in the home theater audio market and the company has announced three new AV amplifiers for home theater fans with two of the new units supporting 3D. The two 3D supporting amps include the AVR-3311 and the AVR-1911. The AVR-1611 doesn't support 3D, but has some nice features.
Home theater projectors are the way to go if you want a big image without having to cough up huge money for a LCD or plasma HDTV that has similar screen size. The only drawback is that you need a large room to get a big picture with a projector.
Sceptre has been peddling lower priced HDTVs that double as PC monitors for a while now. The company is known for making some interesting colors on its set like the chrome 24-inch set I talked about a while back. The company has announced its first 27-inch HDTV called the X270BV-FHD.
We don’t have a ton of details, but a new and large 3D display has turned up in Japan at the Finetech Japan 2010 show. The big news for the display isn’t that it's 70-inches, other 70-inch 3D displays have already been announced.
One of the biggest problems with home theaters for most of us is the gobs of wiring that is needed. The wires are especially challenging in large rooms or when you are wall mounting your HDTV. In these instances, the best way to connect your devices is via wireless tech.
One of the biggest problems with setting up a home theater for many people is getting the signal from a cable box or other input from the device to the TV. Long HDMI cables can be expensive and if you need to run them to the other side of the room, they can be ugly too.
There are lots of 3D TVs and other home entertainment gear on the market today for 3D in the home. The big catch so far is that there is very little 3D content on TV. That will be changing this year as satellite and cable providers ramp up 3D programming options.
Last month a new line of HDTVs launched that was licensed by Marvel and offered with lots of different comic book superheroes on the sets. The TVs were interesting, but most folks probably weren't interested in a set with Spiderman on it. A very similar set of HDTVs was announced today that are adorned with school mascots from some of the big Florida universities.