Originally Posted by Necromancyr
So...what's the common thoughts for 3d crosstalk/ghosting issues? I tested today with my HTPC doing side-by-side HD and there's DEFINITELY bleed through between what each eye should see.
I did this by opening a side-by-side 3d movie in WMP. I then set the TV to do side-by-side 3d. Now...when the mouse cursor is on the 'right' side of the HTPC output I should ONLY be able to see it with my right eye. Nope - you can definitely see it with the other eye - and it's not a 'faint' ghost - it's there and pretty visible.
Is this just an artifact of the HTPC output, screwed up glasses, screwed up TV, just 3D as it is now, etc?
I can borrow a PS3 from someone to test 'true' bluray 3d if needed...not sure if there should be variability in output between SBS/TB/whatever Bluray3d uses (sensio?).
I agree that 3D ghosting is horrible
on this set. I have watched 6 3D Blu-Rays, and ALL of them exhibited extreme ghosting and cross-talk, especially is the mid-to-background areas, and, as such, unwatchable (to me). I have tried 2 different pairs of glasses, fully-charged, to no avail.
The other issue I am having with this tv is backlit "zones" staying lit after an image has changed or moved. For example, I have an OPPO 93 BD player, and when the Oppo screen saver logo bounces around, the auto-dimming zones light-up for each area the logo moves to. But, once the logo leaves that "zone,", the back light stays lit for 5-15 seconds, forming grey "clouds" on the black screen. This is even more pronounced when the logo bounces off an edge, as the "clouds" stay there even longer. I have also observed this behavior during BD movies and the end rolling credits.
As a result, I will be returning this set and will not be getting another, mainly due to the very poor 3D. If you search the internet, you will find similar issues with this set. I'm going to give a Panasonic TC-P54VT25 Plasma a try as I hear it has the best 3D currently available, and yes I know Plasma's have their own problems, as do ALL TV's (except maybe the Kuros!).