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Masters 3D not on Satellite


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#1 OFFLINE   Nick

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Posted 06 April 2010 - 08:21 AM

In the "Not News" dept., come this blurb from SkyReport:

Bad news for satellite (subs) on the upcoming Masters Tournament. ESPN is going all out for the big golf show with highlights, news and analysis spread across its TV, radio and online platforms around the world. The top draw, of course, is the sports giant's live 3D coverage available through Augusta National to customers of Comcast, Cox, Time Warner and Cablevision and via Masters.com. But no DBS. (DIRECTV's 3D deal with ESPN starts in June.)

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My question is -- who has 3D anyway? Mebbe I'll go to my local Applebee's and watch The Masters in 3D through beer goggles. What's that...Applebee's doesn't even have HD yet? :confused:

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Posted 06 April 2010 - 08:31 AM

In the "Not News" dept., come this blurb from SkyReport:My question is -- who has 3D anyway? Mebbe I'll go to my local Applebee's and watch The Masters in 3D through beer goggles. What's that...Applebee's doesn't even have HD yet? :confused:

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you can go online and watch it on your 3D capable computer.

heres how to http://www.avsforum.....php?p=18406417

or http://www.masters.com/3D/

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Posted 06 April 2010 - 08:33 AM

In the "Not News" dept., come this blurb from SkyReport:My question is -- who has 3D anyway? Mebbe I'll go to my local Applebee's and watch The Masters in 3D through beer goggles. What's that...Applebee's doesn't even have HD yet? :confused:

Never mind. :whatdidid


The tv's are out there and hooking it via hdmi to hd cable box with the dedicated channel for 3D does the trick. Also it can be found in select theatres.

http://www.cable360....rage_40626.html

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Posted 06 April 2010 - 09:20 AM

you can go online and watch it on your 3D capable computer.

Now why would I want to do that?

The tv's are out there and hooking it via hdmi to hd cable box with the dedicated channel for 3D does the trick. Also it can be found in select theatres.

Thanks for the suggestions guys, but until I can project at least a 110" image in 3D, plain old HD will have to do.

Something about 3D-in-a-box sounds contradictory.

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Posted 06 April 2010 - 07:34 PM

No thanks on the 3D push that is currently going on. It's ok every once in awhile but I do not want to sit around with 3D glasses everytime I watch tv.

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Posted 07 April 2010 - 12:01 PM

Now why would I want to do that?Thanks for the suggestions guys, but until I can project at least a 110" image in 3D, plain old HD will have to do.

Something about 3D-in-a-box sounds contradictory.


Something like this? http://www.depthq.com/projector.html
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