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Will my current BD player work with the LG 3D TV?

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Asked by ABHISHEK PATERIA, 04 Dec '12 10:31 am
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Which BD player are you using currently? Anyway, the BD player will work perfectly for showing HD movies. However, if you want to enjoy 3D movies on bluray discs - you will need a 3D BD player - your usual BD player will not work. Of course, you can still use the 2D to 3D conversion feature of your LG 3D TV to watch anything in 3D, but to watch 3D discs, you will need a 3D capable BD player.
Answered by ABHINEET KUMAR, 14 Dec '12 02:37 pm

 
  
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Hi ABHISHEK PATERIA, LG WRman Sherlock here,

The LG World Record 3D TV works perfectly fine with the current Blu-Ray player. You can watch HD 3D Blu-Ray films as well as use the 2D to 3D conversion to watch 2D HD films in 3D. The TV can connect easily with the Blu-Ray player through a simple HDMI cable just like any other HD TV in the market right now.

If you have any other question related to electronics and TV, visit our LG World Record forum and our team will help you out: www.lgwrforum.com.

LG WRman Sherlock out!
Answered by Sherlock WRman, 14 Dec '12 09:46 am

 
  
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Yes it should - for playing the normal HD titles. For 3D viewing, just put on the 2D to 3D conversion mode and you can watch in 3D. However, if you also want to playback original 3D movie titles, you will need to get a 3D blu ray player. If you are also interested in gaming, I suggest buying a PS3 - as it is a very good BD player too.
Answered by NIKHIL MITTAL, 07 Dec '12 02:50 pm

 
  
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Yes surely.
Answered by Surender Rao, 04 Dec '12 10:32 am

 
  
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