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I've got prominent and stubborn ghosting in the following setup,
Mitsubishi 73C9, 3DA-1 adapter, 3DTV Corp Gen-2 emitter (connected to TV directly) and N-type rechargeable glasses.

Did an extensive search and couldn't find anyone describing what I experience--
Objects have ghosts on both left and right. Ghosts are yellow if the surrounding area is bright, blue if dark. The bluish shadows can be ~15% of the brightness of the main object. Needless to say, it's quite intolerable.

The 3DTV guy I'm working with is quite willing to help. With their CS type of glasses (not rechargeable, built like tank), the ghosts are minimal and without color tint. With some tweaking on brightness and contrast, basically I can get rid of the shadows. The problem is that they flicker, and switch polarity with no apparent reason (the fix is to switch the emitter or the TV menu, until it flips again).

Has anyone else seen something similar, any suggestions? TIA
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Have you tried a different emitter and glasses? That would be the first step, I'd think.
Maybe give DLP link a shot?

By different I do mean another manufacturer completely.
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Thanks for your suggestions. DLP Link works, but the range is tight and I still lose sync once in a while. Oh well, I'll stick to the small yet lovely lenticular screen for now.

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Have you tried a different emitter and glasses? That would be the first step, I'd think.
Maybe give DLP link a shot?

By different I do mean another manufacturer completely.

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