Hi guys, I found this thread because I am currently dissatisfied by the crosstalk in my passive ASUS display. I'm getting faint ghosting outlines when viewing bright objects over dark background during games and movies, which really perplexed me because I've always heard that Passive 3D is "zomg ZERO crosstalk!" so if my Passive display is already exhibiting such a large amount of crosstalk in dark scenes, how can active displays ever be acceptable?
I'm on a quest to figure out if my VG27AH is a bad apple and I should exchange for another VG27AH, or this amount of crosstalk is normal/expected of all passive 3D monitors?
I'm using an ASUS VG27AH Passive 3D Monitor.
I'm using movie theater 3d glasses which are better than the ones that came in the box
Left eye open/right closed -> top half screen smaller visible number -> 1
Left eye open/right closed -> bottom half screen smaller visible number -> about 23
Right eye open/left closed -> top half screen smaller visible number -> about 23
Right eye open/left closed -> bottom half screen smaller visible number -> 1
Based on these results, isn't the VG27AH performing quite poorly for a passive 3D display? In literally all internet sources of passive 3D display that I have read, all say that passive 3D displays should have zero crosstalk, so my result should be "nothing" rather than "23". Should I exchange my monitor for another VG27AH, return it and buy a different Passive 3D display, or keep the monitor?
edit: After tweaking some settings I'm able to get it from 23 to about 38. Still, not as good as "no crosstalk", and at these settings the colors look so bad that it looks like I'm staring at a monitor from the 1980's!
Would a different brand of Passive 3D display perform better, or am I just too picky??