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hi guys
I'm new to acer h9500bd. I really like it , and its 3d image is very excellent.
But in 3d it's too green. Especially in Avarta, the skin color of the natives "blue" is turned to greenish blue.
I tried everything to correct the color but failed.
Should I need a new glass or new video card? (I'm using radeon...)
How can I get correct color in 3d?

==> the problem was solved by changing my video card from AMD to nVIDIA. Now it's all OK.
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hi guys
I'm new to acer h9500bd. I really like it , and its 3d image is very excellent.
But in 3d it's too green. Especially in Avarta, the skin color of the natives "blue" is turned to greenish blue.
I tried everything to correct the color but failed.
Should I need a new glass or new video card? (I'm using radeon...)
How can I get correct color in 3d?

Please forgive my ignorace but what did you do view get 3D?
My guess is own the following
1. Acer H9500bd (that is 3d because it supports 120 hertz ).
2. Buy shutter glasses (3dlp-link).
3. 3D content (sbs frame etc) and software to play that content like PowerDVD.
4 ?? then what?
Is there a device needed betwen your computer and the glasses? I know there are RF and IR emitters. Did you have to get a device to connect to your computer and then use THAT device to connect to an emitter that THEN sent the signal to the glasses?

Oh, while I can't answer your specific question, it would help to know if you have a 3D radeon (at least series 5000, I believe).
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To answer to your question 4, No, there is nothing more. the emitter and signal is processed by dlp-link system.
And I have radeon hd6870.
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I can only give you advice based on my knowledge of DLP TV 3Ds. Samsung DLP Link makes the picture extremely red on my set when 3D is active. I've heard that Mitts DLP Link makes the picture extremely green. The solution is to not use IR glasses, as they do not block out the DLP Link signal. DLP Link glasses should fully block the signal (which causes the tint) and your blacks should be black, not tinted green. All other colors should also look normal as well.

What type of glasses are you currently using? IR, RF, or DLP Link?

Getting the correct brand of DLP Link glasses should fix your tint issue.
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I think it is inherent in the acer projector. I have read some reports on that problem.
Some report said the glasses that came along made all green-tinted..
I wonder is there a way to work around. Acer doesn't provide any color calibration in 3d mode.
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==> the problem was solved by changing my video card from AMD to nVIDIA. Now it's all OK.
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