Originally Posted by Maniac1
Don,t go by what you see in stores they are in most cases at the wrong viewing angle. The one in costco the other day was 2 ft. higher than my head at the stand yet had glasses there to view 3D.
The 3d on this tv is the same as the movies, very clear and great depth and popout when expected. I just watched the 3D pitated of the caribian movie off the dish and it seemed better then in the theater to me.
It is very clear on bluray 3D, Mine never ghosts inless at real akward angles.
As for the not 1080 argument you brain can not tell it is that clear.
I do not know why anyone would put up with active,with it's flicker and easy interupted signal, dark image.
With passice at least your looking at the image all the time not on and off and you dont need to charge expencive glasses that are heavy as well.
There cheap and you can keep the ones you already paid for from the movies if you need more.
If you are not seeing the same results then something is wrong with viewing angle or the settings or the tv has an issue.
This has been 100% my experience so far as well. The store where I bought mine only had about 6' of space to stand back and look at the 3D. Way too close and of course it didn't look as good as it could have. They also had it up too high so a lot of folks were not getting a correct impression of how good passive 3D can be.
At my normal viewing distance of about 11' from my 55" LG (LW5600), the scan lines (or resolution issues) in 3D that some complain about simply disappear and the image looks sharp as a tack with no flicker, no headaches, no ghosting. Just a super bright image and no hassles with battery powered glasses. I am 100% sold now on passive 3D and in my case they even threw in 9 pairs of glasses and I also bought a set of flip up LG clip-on's for $25 that work perfectly with my normal eyeglasses. (AG-F220 is the LG part number for the flip up clip-on's. If you normally wear glasses, you will LOVE these)
I just watched the Avatar 3D blu-ray and was blown away by the image. It was easily better than the 3D version I saw in the theatre. Not as big mind you but it didn't change the experience and the screen at home was brighter and sharper than in the theatre which still resulted in the same immersive experience that I got in the theatre. VERY happy with this TV so far and I've barely started tweaking settings yet. WAF has been very high as well with this TV so that pretty much sums it up! (Wife Acceptance Factor)