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giorgi nozadze

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(1) Put a 3d movie with a memory stick or external HD, play the file and turn on 3D with TV

(2) connect DVD/blueray/computer to play the 3d movie, turn on 3d with TV

(3) maybe the simpliest, start youtube app, search for 3d movie demo, select those with split screen left/right, i.e. looks like two same picture putting together side by side, play it, turn on 3D on your TV.

 

Note: you will need a pair of polarized 3D glass, which is the same one you use in cinemas.   There are two come with the TV.

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