Summary: I found these very uncomfortable,,the ideas there that you are in a big auditorium facing a big screen and the image quality is the best I've seen,but I found issues trying to get it spot on as if you don't the image goes out of focus,,I think Sony needs to go back to the drawing board with this and...
Summary: Great way to watch movies and tv in bed without disturbing the wife. Picture is fantastic once you find the right setting. It's like looking at a very high quality cinema screen. For me the eye sliders are at full width and the forehead support is as far back as it goes, so if you have a large head...
Summary: Watched Avatar and Kingdom of Heaven, in 3D and 2D respectively. The image is amazingly immersive and fulfilling! The only reason I don't give them 5 stars is because after each film I get some pain in forehead and nose, perfectly bearable, but pain nonetheless.
Summary: Cons. Not ultra comfy. Expensive. Pros. Like being in a cinema. 3D immersion is beyond comparison. Want a massive screen?=yes Got £20,000?=no Got a spare room to put a projector in?=no She wants to watch homes under the hammer, I want to play FIFA. Now we can do both on the same couch!
Summary: I've had my HMZ-T2 for a few weeks now and am very impressed with it. I'm writing this review based on having watched approx 20 films and played a few hours of video games on the unit. The picture quality is far superior to my 50" Samsung 3dtv and the 3d is as immersive as my trips to the iMax.
Summary: This device had so much potential, especially with the high praise that the HMZ-T1 received. I never had the chance to try one of the original units so cannot comment on them, but i was disappointed with this one.
Summary: I have purchased a pair of these after a lot of research,yes its quite a bit of money but i paid a lot more for my Tv. i think they are great and the focusing thing you have to wear them for a while for your eyes to adjust and your brain to concentrate on watch you are watch.
Summary: I demoed a pair of these a few days ago and was not at all impressed, they are slightly lighter than the T1's and there's now a 3.5mm audio jack. It's still almost impossible to get them to focus and no light shielding so it still looks like you're watching a big screen from outside the cinema.
Summary: Die T2 ist ja schon ein "alter Hut", beeindruckt aber auf dem Papier immer noch. Bei entsprechender Preisgestaltung kann sie daher durchaus als Alternative zu aktuellen Modellen für den preisbewussten Technikfreak dienen, was sder Grund war, ihr eine Chance zu geben.
Summary: Ich kann die negativen Bewertungen nicht verstehen, der Artikel ist super. Keine Kopfschmerzen oder ähnliches, das einzige was negativ ist, dass die Ränder verschwommen sind, was jedoch am Kopf des Menschen liegt wenn diese zu weit auseinander stehen.