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bogo_bogo said:I think that with Tridef you could not play 1080p@60Hz.
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CeeJayII said:100% depth? You must have a great monitor not to get a decent amount of crosstalk using those settings. My buddies LG passive handles it well but my samsung doesn't so much. I prefer the 40-50% range.
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birthright said: Any good projector that works with Tridef? My H5360 is dying of dead pixel syndrome, I like the benq W1070 since it has 3d tv play support, would it work with Tridef? What projectors support Tridef properly?
foreverseeking said:you cant play in full HD with tri def? If thats true thats a massive megative there.
francomg said:Tridef is piece of crap in my honest opinion. It's a blasfemy to compared Tridef to Nvidia's 3D Vision which is far beyond perfection, but much better, reliable and more matured software than Tridef.
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