Toshiba 47L7200U LCD HDTV Review$1,899.00
The Toshiba 47L7200U ships with 4 pairs of Toshiba's passive 3D glasses. They are stiff, inflexible, and uncomfortable. They are also probably the worst part of Toshiba's 3D experience.
Where after-the-fact 3D conversions are concerned, Toshiba's branded TriVector 2D-to-3D technology is actually quite good. We triggered it on some standard broadcast content. It doesn't make a huge difference, and we didn't expect it to, but its effect on the TV's menu system was so good it made us wish we had some way to photograph it. We felt we could reach out and touch the menus. It's just a shame it doesn't do as much for actual content.
Unfortunately, this is where the joy ride ends. The L7200U's native, full 3D content doesn't look much better than your average 3D circa 2011. Back- and middleground effects were acceptable, but the pop-out passive 3D effects (what most people might think of when they think of 3D) were riddled with crosstalk.
We recommend watching something subtle, or making use of the TriVector conversion. The full 3D experience just isn't anything to write home about.