14 April 2013 by Shifali Rao
A 3D TV is designed to give us two slightly disparate images of a subject, at any given point of time: one for the left eye and the other for the right. The two images of the subject are from different angles and creates the feeling of depth as we watch. This however, is only possible if the movie too was filmed in 3D. 3D movies are captured using two lenses in such a way that there are two different angles of the same scene , one for each eye. The two types of 3D LED TVs in the market today are Active 3D, supported by brands like Samsung, Panasonic and Sony, and Passive 3D endorsed by LG and Vizio. For more about the pros and cons of Active and Passive 3D, visit our best 3D TVs page.
That said, you can now pick from our listing of 3D LED TVs, the model best suited to you. We recommend that you base your choice on factors that affect picture quality, like the refresh rate (must be at least 120Hz) and the screen size.
For even the best LED TVs, good LCD response time is crucial factor for smooth picture viewing, our list of the best 3D LED TVs have fast response times of 5ms or even less for the best viewing experience.