Originally Posted by Dave in Green
Originally Posted by raiser72
Did you find a resolution? I'm having the same ghosting/crosstalk problems on my 3100, no matter what I do. 4 different pairs of glasses all the same brand, not Epson. Can either get clear foreground or background, but not both.
You are apparently one of the few 3100 owners on AVS Forum. Other forum members have been asking for impressions of the 3100. I'm sure they'd appreciate it if you could post your impressions and answer questions in the thread at the following link: epson 3100
Correct, couldn't find any info on it, Hence why I'm posting in 3700 forum for help on crosstalk. I chose the 3100 because I have a small (10x12 ft), light controlled theater and no use for speakers or the additional lumens in the 3700 (plus I only paid $1099 shipped). In fact on first setup, the 3100 was too bright, and that was after jumping from a 90" to a 120" screen....
I'm coming off a 10-year old 720p Epson powerlight home cinema 400, with no 3d . This projector is so much better in almost every way, except the lens shift. My 400 allowed for my extreme placement needs and the 3100 is going to require some creative relocation, as even at full vertical shift I have to use a small amount of keystone to square the image from a position slightly above the top of the screen. Yes I tried it inverted too, neither works.
Colors are fabulous, brightness is ample, even in eco mode. 3d looks great, except for the crosstalk, but this is my first ever attempt at 3d, so I feel like maybe I'm doing something wrong. I haven't fiddled with the advanced settings much and don't have a way to test input lag... Hmm maybe rock band? But that's because it's just so damn good right out of the box... My wife said as I swapped them in real time "wow, I thought I needed to wear my glasses, but that looks amazing, it's so clear." Again, a dim ten year old 720p vs. light cannon at 1080p, it's night and day.