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The 46C750's 3D features are easier to use than on most rival sets. There's a dedicated button on the remote, and the relevant 3D features are contained within one dedicated 3D menu option.
The onscreen menus are reasonably attractive, though we did find one or two of the structure choices a little inscrutable, and some of the option descriptions unnecessarily technical.
The remote control is passable, with responsive, large buttons, although some of these are rather thoughtlessly laid out and the unit generally feels a bit too cluttered for comfort.
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John has been writing about home entertainment technology for more than two decades - an especially impressive feat considering he still claims to only be 35 years old (yeah, right). In that time he’s reviewed hundreds if not thousands of TVs, projectors and speakers, and spent frankly far too long sitting by himself in a dark room.