Originally Posted by dogone
Hey bro...You just got a bit spoiled with the lack of ghosting on the Acer unit...Now, let's look at some reality...You know as well as me that after the initial thrill of watching the limited amount of 3D material, most of us are going to be watching cable or Satellite TV, Blu-ray, upscaled DVD's through Oppo...etc. So I just want the best for that, and the 3D is great to have when you want to have some fun with your family etc...This unit would suit me fine, until something better comes out. Believe me!...I'm really hoping the JVC will beat the Sony for 2D as well as 3D...It will put more $$ in my pocket...But...From what I have witnessed today...I dunno, This Sony Just seems to have it all as far as 2D and the 3D ain't too shabby...
I have been playing with the 3D settings, the only movie I have is Despicable Me, and there is serious ghosting for me!!!
on the projector menu, i have been playing with the "depth" parameter, where you go from -2 to +2, this corrects the ghosting in the middle of the image, but the bottom half of the image now shows ghosting, and some scenes I will have to adjust it to the other side...can't really enjoy the whole movie like this.
Before I made any adjustment, I asked my wife to see if she noticed anything, she said the ghost was on the right hand side, but when I put on the same pair of glasses, it's on the left hand side for me???!!! this tells me that it has a lot to do with the individual person's vision when viewing the 3D content. unless everyone have the same vision, whatever I calibrate will only be good for me, but not for anyone else.
I have a thought, when I first set up my projector, i had to use the lens adjust to zoom in, and also shift the image to the right, and down a bit as well, then I have to adjust the vertical keystone to -19, which is what it is right now. For those of you that have zero ghosting, did you have to adjust anything? I think the position of the projector may have something to do with the 3D content.