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post #61 of 204
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Originally Posted by Nitrox36 View Post

Mitsubishi 3DA-1 Adapter
onecall.com has i think that kit for $99.00
is that the same kit your talking about?

You would still need the "HDMI Tool" aka, "Geffen HDMI Detective".
post #62 of 204
And the Geffen needs to be programmed with the Mitsubishi EDID codes so you need access to a Mitsubishi DLP TV.
post #63 of 204
well i dont have access to one... so i guess im outta luck!
post #64 of 204
So what do you suggest is next for me ?
post #65 of 204
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Originally Posted by Nitrox36 View Post

So what do you suggest is next for me ?

You buy a Gefen HDMI detective, and then sneak into your local Best Buy, and hook it up to a Mits DLP to get the EDID programmed. I suggest wearing all black, a ninja costume would work well.
post #66 of 204
You may find people who will pre-program the Geffen. Check the 3D forums on AVS.
post #67 of 204
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Originally Posted by Nitrox36 View Post

So what do you suggest is next for me ?

Spend the $299 on the pack that comes with the Geffen pre-programmed.
post #68 of 204
well if i do the ninja suit i will post it on you tube...lol
299 sounds sooo much better lol
post #69 of 204
I know it's expensive, but the RealD adapter is about $500! An HDMI 1.3/1.4 switcher is recommended so that you can use more than one device with this product. You can use your existing glasses.
post #70 of 204
where do i get that? and what glasses should i get? i have none now. can i hook up to my ps3
post #71 of 204
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Originally Posted by hdtvfan2005 View Post

I know it's expensive, but the RealD adapter is about $500! An HDMI 1.3/1.4 switcher is recommended so that you can use more than one device with this product. You can use your existing glasses.

The RealD adapter currently doesn't support all 3D methods, like the Mits adapter.
post #72 of 204
where do i get the mit 3da1 for 299? and what glasses do i need to go with it and how many does it support?
post #73 of 204
If you browse this 3D area you will find all the information you need.

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/forum...prune=60&f=194
post #74 of 204
I have HL67A750 + Laptop PC + Panasonic DMP-BDT350 3D-BD + Cable HD-STB + DVD

Problem: Black screen via HDMI3 when source is PC or 3D-BD; however, HDMI's 1&2 are good, with PC & 3D-BD. HDMI3 presents HD-STB & DVD video great. I have tested the HDMI cable, it is OK. I have tried 1080p and other outputs from PC & 3D-BD with & without 3D.

I have run out of troubleshooting ideas! Why do HDMI 1&2 have good video pass through but black from HDMI3? Here is a strange wrinkle - using HDMI3 input with 3D-BD + after disconnection/reconnection of power cord, I get an instant flash/splash of the BluRay video icon!

I have the full 3D kit; however, I cannot use it without HDMI3 input! I have gray 3D choice when driving from 3D-BR with 3D demo disk playing [with black screen - see above]

Is the TV's HDMI3 broken? Is there a setup setting that could be wrong?
post #75 of 204
The HDMI cable needs to be 1.3a to work correctly with the Panasonic using the primary output. A 1.3 HDMI cable seems to work with the secondary output.
post #76 of 204
PaulGo,

Bought HDMI 1.4 - still Black Screen with HDMI3/DVI input. No change in the problem.

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I have HL67A750 + Laptop PC + Panasonic DMP-BDT350 3D-BD + Cable HD-STB + DVD

Problem: Black screen via HDMI3/DVI & HDMI1.4 cable, when source is PC or 3D-BD; however, HDMI's 1&2 are good, with PC & 3D-BD. HDMI3 presents HD-STB & DVD video great. I have tested the HDMI cable, it is OK. I have tried 1080p and other outputs from PC & 3D-BD with & without 3D.

I have run out of troubleshooting ideas! Why do HDMI 1&2 have good video pass through but black from HDMI3? Here is a strange wrinkle - using HDMI3 input with 3D-BD + after disconnection/reconnection of power cord, I get an instant flash/splash of the BluRay video icon!

I have the full 3D kit; however, I cannot use it without HDMI3 input! I have gray 3D choice when driving from 3D-BR with 3D demo disk playing [with black screen - see above]

Is the TV's HDMI3 broken? Is there a setup setting that could be wrong?
post #77 of 204
taz, can you give me a list of what i need for my samy? i would appreciate it
i have a ps3 and all my ps3 and tv is ran through my denon sound system.
post #78 of 204
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Originally Posted by Marshall View Post

PaulGo,

Bought HDMI 1.4 - still Black Screen with HDMI3/DVI input. No change in the problem.

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I have HL67A750 + Laptop PC + Panasonic DMP-BDT350 3D-BD + Cable HD-STB + DVD

Problem: Black screen via HDMI3/DVI & HDMI1.4 cable, when source is PC or 3D-BD; however, HDMI's 1&2 are good, with PC & 3D-BD. HDMI3 presents HD-STB & DVD video great. I have tested the HDMI cable, it is OK. I have tried 1080p and other outputs from PC & 3D-BD with & without 3D.

I have run out of troubleshooting ideas! Why do HDMI 1&2 have good video pass through but black from HDMI3? Here is a strange wrinkle - using HDMI3 input with 3D-BD + after disconnection/reconnection of power cord, I get an instant flash/splash of the BluRay video icon!

I have the full 3D kit; however, I cannot use it without HDMI3 input! I have gray 3D choice when driving from 3D-BR with 3D demo disk playing [with black screen - see above]

Is the TV's HDMI3 broken? Is there a setup setting that could be wrong?

If the same sources work on HDMI 1 and 2 but not 3 then you have a problem with the set. My only suggestion is to check the HDMI3 connector for dirt and unplug the TV for a few minutes. Sorry I can't be more helpful.
post #79 of 204
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Originally Posted by taz291819 View Post

It changes the brightness, contrast, and gives it a slight blue shift. But yes, it definitely fixes the ghosting problem.

It also seems to hide the xvYCC option. My PS3 supports xvYCC and so does the TV... does anyone know if it disappears because it must be on? I'm a little confused... Are xvYCC color and 3D mutually exclusive? If so, that is pretty disappointing.
post #80 of 204
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Originally Posted by NetCoder View Post

It also seems to hide the xvYCC option. My PS3 supports xvYCC and so does the TV... does anyone know if it disappears because it must be on? I'm a little confused... Are xvYCC color and 3D mutually exclusive? If so, that is pretty disappointing.

By the time everything gets muddled by going through the glasses, what difference does it make? But in my experience with nVidia 3D Vision on a HTPC and the settings on my HL61A750, yes they are mutually exclusive.
post #81 of 204
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Originally Posted by turls View Post

By the time everything gets muddled by going through the glasses, what difference does it make? But in my experience with nVidia 3D Vision on a HTPC and the settings on my HL61A750, yes they are mutually exclusive.

I think it makes a huge difference since 99% of the content I'll watch isn't in 3d/doesn't require glasses. Why degrade every blu-ray/ps3 game for a few titles?
post #82 of 204
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Originally Posted by NetCoder View Post

I think it makes a huge difference since 99% of the content I'll watch isn't in 3d/doesn't require glasses. Why degrade every blu-ray/ps3 game for a few titles?

The settings of the TV in 3D mode have nothing to do with the settings in 2D mode. I guess I didn't understand what you meant by "mutually exclusive". You are at a whole different level of "exclusive" than I am.

Same way I get different settings (and different ones are greyed out) if I am in 24p mode on my Sammy or not.

BTW, if I ever get my Tru3D kit, I have both the Xpand and Nvidia solutions now and I will be able to verify if I get the "rainbowing" with both solutions or not (which I suspect very highly I will).
post #83 of 204
Their may be light at the end of the tunnel for Samsung 3D capable DLP owners!!! This article talks about the Tru3D solution but at the end of the article it states:

"Industry sources indicate (lower priced) cable/satellite solutions for listed Samsung HDTVs may become available in the near future. We will publish an update, if and when they are announced."

http://www.hdguru3d.com/index.php?op...news&Itemid=59
post #84 of 204
So with the HL67A750 and a HTPC setup, I can just used the Nvidia solution. I do not need to purchase the Mitsubishi converter and EDID?

Also I read a while back that the samsung DLPs would only be able to display 3D in 720P. Is this true, or have you guys confimred that you are playing blu-ray 3D in 100% 1080P glory?

Thanks
post #85 of 204
Yes, the problem was missing/broken pin in HDMI3 port. Had to replace entire board. Now 3D is great - of course setting HDMI3=PC is essential!
post #86 of 204
after buying Xpand X102 3d shutter glasses I will never use my old SSG1000 glasses again.

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 3D Blu-ray this weekend with them
post #87 of 204
So are there other 3D blu-ray movies other than the above?
post #88 of 204
I have the Samsung a750 dlp and looking forward to watching 3D.

I ordered the Xpand X102 glasses but still searching for best internet price for Panny 350. Should I just wait for the tru3d or just go ahead with the Panny?

I also have a PS3, so not sure if there will be a software update?

Bob
post #89 of 204
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Originally Posted by talljerry View Post

after buying Xpand X102 3d shutter glasses I will never use my old SSG1000 glasses again.

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 3D Blu-ray this weekend with them

Why do you prefer the X102's ?
post #90 of 204
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Originally Posted by fourakind View Post

Why do you prefer the X102's ?

I can't speak for the OP, but the SSG1000's were known to have some ghosting issues.
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