3D technology is one of the hottest areas of entertainment. In fact, it has become common practice for the latest Hollywood blockbusters to be released in the cinema in 3D, but now 3D has arrived for home entertainment purposes as well. In this 3D TV review, we're having a look at the Toshiba 46WX800, a 3D capable HDTV. The unit features a forty six inch LED screen that has a top of the line 240hz refresh rate when combined with the 7,000,000:1 contrast ratio allows the television to display images in true 1080p resolution, which means the action looks like it is taking place in the living room or home theater.

The Toshiba 46WX800 is ready to become a source of 3D entertainment in any home theater setting. All that is required is a 3D capable Blu-Ray player, a 3D movie or broadcast, and a pair of active shutter 3D glasses. The recommended glasses for this particular model are Toshiba FPT-AG01U, which retail for around $125 a pair. The three dimensional aspect of the Toshiba 46WX800 is an impressive feature that can provide a top of the line viewing experience.

However, the impressive advantages of this 3D TV do not stop there. The Toshiba 46WX800 features four HDMI ports for connecting all of the entertainment components or game systems in a house, two USB ports for further connectivity, a PC input, a component video input, and a Ethernet port. Of course, the Ethernet port is a little superfluous, since this television comes with 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless networking capability. That means this forty six inch television can connect to the internet and home network to take advantage of home movies and pictures, plus display such great applications like Twitter, Netflix, Facebook, Pandora, and much more.

In addition, this device takes advantage of Toshiba's PixelPure 5G technology to add stunning detail and clarity to any picture, which means every image, broadcast, or movie looks fantastic whether it is in standard high-definition or 3D. Viewers will greatly appreciate the Autoview function of this unit which assures that the picture is the proper brightness whether being watched in the middle of the day or night as the picture will adjust for optimal room settings. That technology helps a late night movie from being too bright to watch in a dark room and allows viewers to watch daytime programming without having to squint at the screen. In short, this a great Toshiba 3D TV with lots of features that can grow with the home theater.

Source by Erick Leamy