Originally Posted by elgordo1
Yep- I use the default settings and get pretty much zero crosstalk or ghosting. I typically use the "Dynamic" mode for 3D.
Hmm okay I tried setting it back to default and still I was definitely noticing quite a bit of cross talk. Maybe I will play around with the screen size settings and stuff. Maybe they aren't expecting people to sit 13" back from a 120" screen. I do definitely notice if I stand back behind my sitting area that the 3D does look better.
So I just did some more experimenting...
I put my projector on 200" and the blu-ray player on 200" too (just to see) and I'm still seeing the issues. I tried 40" as well and same thing. I had everything reset to default settings in the 3D options too.
I was just testing it out with the Jurassic Park 3D blu-ray at the title screen. Even the menu you can see some crosstalk. And then when it's flipping through the background parts of the movie, the one scene where they are entering the park under the big "JURASSIC PARK" sign in red letters through the big door, there is HUGE crosstalk at that part.
And then if I try to fix it so that the menu text on the title screen, so that it looks clear with no crosstalk by adjusting the settings, then it throws off other scenes and you see more crosstalk on other parts.
This was on Dynamic mode with normal for the brightness settings on the glasses.
So now I'm really confused by all this and it makes me wonder if I have a bad unit or if there is just something stupid that I'm missing.
FWIW, I've got a Sony S5100 as my blu-ray player and my AVR is a Denon 4311ci. I recently switched to this player from a PS3, but the PS3 had the same issues.
I wish there was some way I could take a picture of what I'm seeing.