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Finally found a copy of Avatar3d and will be enjoying this awsome movie again. This time from the comfort of my own home, ya woot me
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AWSOME
for anyone who is debating on getting a 3dtv DO IT, this movie was just as good at home as it was in the theater. EPIC
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Awsome dude, great film in 3d, are you using your sigrig 3d or do you have a 3dtv?
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I was using a 3dtv. Samsung 40" smart tv. I am able to pull from the pc hdd so no fussing with software or issues. I really am impressed with that ability, for less tech inclined like myself this feature is a godsend. I just changed the last bit from mvk. To avi and the tv picked it up right away. Signal over cat5 cable. I could have used the tv wi-fing ability but i prefer hardwired when possable.
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