First the good news, all 3net programs have excellent 3-D image quality with no visible artifacts, no eyestrain-inducing segments and only one very brief instance of slight crosstalk (ghosting) during one program. This corporate triumvirate really knows how to shoot and choose well-produced 3-D.
Now the bad news: Just because a program is a professional 3-D production does not mean the video content is compelling.
Leaked Communications from the depths of the Ice Planet Foxconnsin...John Peterson (victim/hostage).
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
DirecTV's 3Net...3D Network is here and boring so far.
Posted by John Peterson, Democurmudgeon at 2/22/2011 11:52:00 AM Labels: Media
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Isn't it a little bit to early to be pushing 3D so hard, DirecTV? Not even 1% of Americans have 3D capable TVs yet. I guess that's why I'm glad to be a DISH Network customer/employee - DISH has focused on HD programming and is always expanding our lineup. And, if you have a 3D TV, then our ViP 922 receiver has wonderful 3D VOD content for you to watch. If you're looking for world class customer service, the most HD and lowest price then I suggest DISH.ReplyDelete