Cox Communications has announced that beginning on April 7, Masters 3D programming will be available at no additional cost to Cox Advanced TV customers with an HD or HD/DVR receiver.

Cox customers will need a 3D TV and a Cox HD or HD/DVR receiver to access the 3D programming. The TV manufacturer’s specified 3D glasses will also be required to view the content in 3D. The receiver must be connected to the 3D TV via HDMI. Those customers will then be required to tune to a specific channel and change the setting on their 3D TV to 3D format or 3D mode.

Comcast has announced similar news. (For more, click here).

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