Originally Posted by dhan
Out of curiosity, are you referring to the double images/ghosting issue? Do you have to activate the galsses to see "the better 60Hz mode" or just be in 3D mode (using a 3d movie..) but with glasses off?
There are several flavors of odd-looking motion in 60Hz 2D mode (a telephone pole moving across the screen seems jerky (jumping backwards then forward producing a double/ghose image, 3:2 pulldown is made much too obvious and there are other types of "stutter" during motion that cause an unnatural "feel" tot he motion. Viewing a 3D movie in 3D mode with 3D glasses using the 60Hz setting (which appears to be 120Hz), I don't see the same artifacts I see in 2D 60Hz mode - something is definitely different.
I don't see the motion issues in 96 Hz 2D mode, but I do see contouring and flicker when using 96 Hz mode for 2D.