If you're admiring your [[artnid:375056|shiny new 3D TV]] but don't have any tri-dimensional content to play on it, we'd strongly suggest picking up a 3D Blu-ray player and some 3D Blu-ray movies. Each major manufacturer — we're talking [[artnid:376556|LG]], [[artnid:374784|Sony]], [[xref:http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/section/tvs/products/?brand=1295352184|Panasonic]], and [[xref:http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/section/tvs/products/?brand=1184661248|Samsung]] — has at least one 3D Blu-ray player.
5 / 8
As an accompaniment to one of Sony’s high-end BRAVIA LCD televisions, the Sony BDV-IZ1000W is a logical choice. It looks great as part of a home entertainment set-up, and it has sound quality that’s streets ahead of any television’s inbuilt speakers. It can also play 3D Blu-ray movies, so if you’re looking for a future-proof home theatre system this should be on your list.
- Review Date:
- 16th Dec., 2010
- Campbell Simpson