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do you need a 3d ready tv/monitor to produce the images? there is a hefty price on the so called 3d ready models and to my knowledge with nvidia's 3d vision kit all you need is a tv/monitor that refreshes at 120hz or better is this correct or will i have to open up my wallet further?
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Yes, you need a 120Hz capable monitor.
    
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but the question was. does the tv/monitor have to be advertised as 3d ready?


i have seen tv/monitors that are 240hz and not 3d ready wish doesn't make any sence to me can someone clrea this up for me?
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Here is the list of HDTV's, monitors and projectors that are supported:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/3d-visi...uirements.html
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but the question was. does the tv/monitor have to be advertised as 3d ready?


i have seen tv/monitors that are 240hz and not 3d ready wish doesn't make any sence to me can someone clrea this up for me?
Those TV/Monitors use onboard interpolation to convert a 60Hz input signal to 240Hz.

You need a TV/Monitor that accepts a 120Hz input signal and can display at 120Hz.
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