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Topic # 91678 18-Oct-2011 23:12
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hey guys

finally i have decided on a projector. i am going to get the optoma hd33. I am new to hometheater systems. this one is going to be quite small. infact, i only want a 2.1 speaker system. i have realised the projector has no audio out.

i plan to connect my ps3 to it for 3d gaming. also plan to connect the computer for 3d video playback. both via hdmi.

what should i do to connect sound to the projector? i am looking at a cheap $50 logitk 2.1 speaker system for now. and one more question, if i connect my ps3 into dvd player and then dvd player to projector, i would lose 3d right.

i am low on cash atm. so settling for cheap audio temperorarily.

can someone please help?

many thanks in advance.

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  Reply # 535994 21-Oct-2011 09:45
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i have decided to get a receiver as that seems to be the only option

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  Reply # 536093 21-Oct-2011 12:27
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I didn't know you could do 3D on projectors yet.

It wouldn't make sense to run sound through a projector, you'd run from your source to a receiver, then out to the sound and video subsystems.




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  Reply # 536992 24-Oct-2011 19:43
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I have decided on an av receiver. Pioneer vsx-521 if anyone wants to know.

one more question,

I plan to play backup 3d movies from my computer, will i need a special software to do so?

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  Reply # 538677 28-Oct-2011 13:03
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Hi Ushare,


Do you live in NZ ? where did you find the optoma hd33 and at what prize ?

Thanks,
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  Reply # 538775 28-Oct-2011 15:56
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I am buying from america. the projector and 4rf glasses are costing me 2680 including shipping

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