Hi! are you using DVi? I only have DVi and was wondering if the input type mattered. If the issue occurs only for viewing non-ripped bluerays from a blue ray player (I never do that) that's splendid! so you are saying that otherwise if you just use it for "pc purposes" - watching yt3d, images/video clips on the pc/games you have no issues?? this is beginning to sound good. how is the monitor quality in 2d- can you read text comfortably/use it for work purposes like photoshop? btw I assume you are the same Gae as Gae43 on mtbs3d
Yes, that's me Yuri.
I'm sending my monitor back tomorrow and will hopefully get a full refund. The next 3D monitor I get will be instore and fully tested with my BD player.
To answer some questions Yuri, I had no issues other than playing 3D Blu-ray discs with my BD player over HDMI. I never connected it to a PC. My BD has a USB input and so I played some downlaoded SBS YT3D clips from there and they looked great. If all you want this monitor for is YT3D and other SBS clips then it should be fine unless you get a faulty model. I can't say anything about Gaming because I didn't test it with any games. I only have Avatar in 3D and I'm not a huge gamer anyway.
Doesn't the monitor have its own 2D/3D conversion function apart from the Tridef software? I never tested it but I think there's a YouTube demo and the conversion effect looked quite good. They may be using that depth map TV technology that I've seen promoted on the net somewhere.
With regards 2D, the image was 1080p and it looked as good as any Monitor or TV that I've ever had so I'd imagine text looks fine (unless you accidentally leave it in 3D interlaced mode)
No, all was well with the Monitor "EXCEPT" with what I wanted it for...to view 3D Blu-ray movies.....typical bad luck as usual!!!
Yuri, one more thing. Make sure that the 3D works over DVI from PC. I'm sure I read somewhere that the 3D only kicks in over HDMI otherwise the 3D option is greyed out. I might be wrong though. This may only be with regards to viewing 3D Blu-ray on a PC. I never tested it over DVI or D-Sub. I think it may even take an interlaced signal as/is and just display it on the screen without even having to set the TV to 3D. I never really tested it fully. It should be OK but it's worth checking these things.