Originally Posted by mikemav
I've tried a ton of different displays and came to the same conclusion. I prefer DLP for 3D. I had a Mits 1080p DLP slim rear projection display (60") and it was amazing w/ PC on Nvidia 3D Vision 1080p checkerboard. 100% depth setting and still no ghosting. It wasn't great for console games in 3D since these are all 720p, and scaled to 1080p on this set looked pretty ragged. I switched to a Sony LED, bad. Then a Samsung LED flat panel (got this since it also supported checkerboard 1080p from a PC with the "rollermod"), and while 2D on the consoles @ 1080p looked amazing, 3D was a ghost-fest. I now have an LG passive, and it's loads better. Still not as good on PC as the Mits. I also have in another area an Acer 720p DLP projector and the 3D on that is ghost-free and amazing, either w/ DLP-Link, or these glasses (even better than DLP-Link.)
Well, the plasma is better than LCD by far - the crosstalk is only evident in really dark scenes. But I could say the same about the stock glasses. I guess the phosphor glow takes too long to completely go away. Seems to still be there even if I drop the duty down to almost nothing. It's probably better on a third generation set, but on my first gen it really spoils the fun.
I'm gonna fiddle with it for a little while longer to see what else I can do. Theyre def night and day more comfy than the stock samsungs, but performance-wise, they don't seem that much better.