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March 12, 2010

Sky 3D Channel to be universal

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by David Allen

When BSkyB first announced it would be bringing out a 3D TV Channel, it was feared that with the different formats available it would never work, but this is BSkyB and the broadcaster is not going to let a little thing like formats get in the way.

Now it seems that the first 3D Channel in Europe will be fully compatible with all 3D equipment produced by LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony, making it easier for the consumer.

According to BSkyB the Sky 3D Channel will work with either passive or active 3D formats.

This means that although Sky subscribers will be required to get a new TV in order to receive the channel, they will not be tied down to any particular brand or format.

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