I've never really posted much at the AVS Forum but I have always followed the posts and information that can be found here when selecting a new TV or piece of audio gear.
Anyhow, I thought it was time to share some of my settings and photos with all you good folks!
First off, I don't know how to ISF a television although I'm not scared to tinker with the service menus and I've done this with several previous displays although not this newer Sony LX900. I may at some point but haven't felt the need yet with my current settings to tinker further as I'm quite pleased with the results. I've done all my calibration settings using Digital Video Essentials: HD Basics [Blu-ray] via a PS3 with current firmware and high speed HDMI cable connected directly to the LX900. I will share my settings below.
To speak briefly on 3D...I am quite pleased with the 3D image on this display although there are times you do catch a bit of ghosting or crosstalk as it's called. I've noticed this depends greatly on the quality of the source signal. That said, I read a few pages back and also found on the SONY's forum a number to call for additional Polarized lens films for the glasses that come with this display. I highly suggest that if you find any ghosting present with your display that you call their tech support and have these sent free of charge to you right away. They completely eliminated the Crosstalk I was experiencing and I may now tilt my head to either left or right without any breakdown of the 3D image. I suspect that some individuals see at higher frame rates or lesser for that matter and are therefore more susceptible to crosstalk. The calibration of the glasses and display work best for the largest subset of individuals. It works well for me but not as well as I thought it could and the Polarized film absolutely did the trick! MUST HAVE!!!
I have tried these settings that were posted earlier at this forum from hometheater.com but I have to say, I prefer mine. This is personal opinion of course and if any of you want to try my settings especially if you also use a PS3 as your primary source player I'd love to hear the ways you think things can be improved. So much of this becomes subjective depending on ambient room lighting conditions, etc.
(I'm going right down the list and am not putting the titles for each setting in here)
Light Sensor: OFF (Sometimes ON depending on content and room lighting conditions)
Power Saving: OFF
HDMI 1 - PS3
Bias and Gain (Advanced) Zero's for all.
FULL/Limited : FULL
Auto for most all other video (BR) related settings
Clear White: ON
And here are some photos which were taken with my Smartphone. Not the best but you'll get the idea.
I use my TV for Video Games and Bluray movies primarily. I also have an Apple TV for some basic watching but when I need my fix for quick internet based HD content I default to VUDU via PS3. Nothing beats having the actual BR disc though!
I'm running an old school Yamaha RX-V1 (Soon to be replaced)
Paradigm Studio Series 80 Front L/R
Paradigm Reference Studio Series CC-490 Center
Paradigm PW-2200 Sub
Paradigm Dipole L/R Rear Surround (Monitor Series)