Originally Posted by nc88keyz
i put a poll up ...but darin, all of my content with the 2200ars look to require "reverse"
are you contradicting this...and if so does this mean that differnt people process better with differnt syncs.
No, not at all. I'm just saying that the need for reverse mode is to compensate for EITHER the particular glasses that are being used being "backwards" from what the considers to be correct, or the content is coded backwards from the TV considers correct. It's not to adjust for timing delays within the TV itself. That would be silly because a) the TV manufacturer would know if/what the delay is, so there should be no need for a user setting for that situation, and b) the simple and obvious solution to internal signal processing delays is to drive the sync signal AFTER any signal processing. And that is simply in time with the screen refreshes.
So it's easy for the TV manufacturer to ensure that the sync signal is in time with the left/right images being displayed. But what is totally out of their control is glasses from other manufacturers not using the same standard they are, or content producers not using the same standard. One might consider left to be the first image, and the other right. 3d appears to be lacking in a lot of standardization right now.
On a side note, now that you mention it, yes, I think my 2200ARs also look better in reverse mode. I really haven't used them other than to confirm they work, since I can't play any real 3d content yet. The ONLY test material I can use at this point is the function within PDVD10 to convert 2d DVDs to 3d. And right now, sound doesn't even work for me in PDVD10. But I've paused an image, and flipped back and forth, and I do think it looks better in reverse. But I need real 3d content to confirm. That software is making a guess at what's supposed to be close, and what's supposed to be far, so it's not the best test to use. My adapter is SUPPOSED to ship by the end of the month, so I'll be able to try out DirecTV then. Hopefully I'll get some blu-ray content soon as well.