Originally Posted by Profly
Tn1krr / DamnSam77,
Thanks for the info. I have since completed a full reset of the PJ back to Factory settings. I also did a full reset and format of the PS3, and lost everything in the process!!
But i'm seeing a huge improvement in 3D image. GT5 may well destroy my marriage!!
Might be something to note:- If the receiver is switched off after a PS3 enters 3D mode, once switched back on crosstalk increases drastically.
Make sure you turn off and disable ALL the Scaling and Upconverting processing within your AVR, and use pure film mode in yuor AVR which is more like a pass thru mode. You will be surprised at how much both the 2D and 3D image will improve when you turn this garbage off. I have a $2000 Denon 4311 receiver with supposedly better upconversion and scaling, and let me tell you, IT'S SOOO NOT!! I turned this crap off and 3D games looked infinitetly better, less ghosting, sharper image especially in 2D when watching HDTV.
Bottom line, your 3D image should look nothing short of amazing, once you go through the necessary 20 min warm up period with 3D mode/high lamp. Sure, some bluray 3D titles have more ghosting than the others, and Comcast/DirecTV sBs 3D will look worse than reference 3D bluray titles like "open season 3D" or Avatar 3D" for example which should look amazing and virtually no ghosting and no flicker. 3D games like COD and GT5 will always show ghosting to varying degrees, but the top 10 BD titles such as Avatar 3D, Open Season 3D, Cloudy 3D, Under the Sea 3D...etc, these should look amazing even a large low gain screen like my 11 ft wide scope 1.1 gain AT screen.
If you're not getting the same convincing results I am describing, then there is something wrong in your set up. The easiest thing to do is to go out and buy yourself a $100 3D BD player like the Sony BDP-S470 (in case the PS3 is the culprit here) and connect the 3D BD player directly to the RS40 (in case your AVR is the culprit) and last, use a newer HDMI high speed cable (in case you have a bad HDMI cable, I did at first), those are the 3 things you could play with to know for sure if your RS40 is defective or if its the other devices or cables in your 3D chain, which will be more than likely the case.