Originally Posted by knobby
i thought i would try it with the dlp link glasses and it did help .before i couldn't get any activation
from the glasses but after partially covering the little plastic receiver on the glasses they began to work.i will be getting the emitter type also and consider the dlp link glasses a waste of good money.
What do you mean by activation? Do you mean it wouldn't start syncing in the first place, or that it would just lose sync and either flicker or just look wrong?
Maybe I'll try covering some of the sensor on the glasses as well, see if that helps anything.
It's weird because your TV is pretty close to mine (5687S and 5087S) but I'm not really having any issues with my PS3, just my 360. Cloudy With A Chance looked great, Super Stardust was perfect with no issues, and Wipeout eventually started working albeit with some issues here and there, but still looked pretty good for the most part. I have yet to try Gran Turismo 5, but I will check it tonight.
What is your setup like? Have you messed with any settings on the TV or PS3? From what I can tell, when my TV enters 3D mode, all I can really edit are the Contrast and Brightness settings. But changing them around does seem to affect the syncing somewhat, I just haven't been able to figure out what is best.
What have you tried on your PS3?
I don't think the Viewsonics should be a paperweight for you, if they can work for me and my PS3, and us having essentially the same TV. I don't consider them a total loss for my part, since I can still use them effectively so far with what I've tried on the PS3. And if I can get the Viewsonics to work at the same time as the Samsung glasses, which I think may be possible if I read things correctly, then I'll have two I can use for movies on the PS3.