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Default cd and plasma tvs - 08-10-2003, 17:58 | posts: n/a

I would like to know if 3d glassers will work using a plasma tv l getting one next year and lm hoping to play games in 3d with it

At 1024 768 the refresh rate is 85hertz so lm hoping the tv will work for 3d

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Default 08-10-2003, 18:38 | posts: 11,959 | Location: Solar System, Earth, Med, Cyprus

Think it should. But your TV better have a high refresh rate enouph so that it won't hurt your eyes.
   
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Default 08-10-2003, 19:43 | posts: n/a

As far as l know at 1028 768 on the plamsa the refresh rate is 85

l have the E-D glasses and run game on my montor at 1280 1024 at 85 refresh rate with no flicking
   
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If you can connect the plasma via a VGA connector on the E-D dongle then it will work. (Should)
   
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