If its of help to anyone:
- TV Samsung Plasma PN42C450
- Samsung BDE-6500
- PC with AMD HD3D support (HDMI out selected to 720p 60Hz)
- Theater 3D prossesor (3DNOW model, needs firmware for SBS sync)
- 3DNow RF starter kit + extra RF grasses.
Tested Theater autodetect:
- Play BD3D from BD player
- Play 3D from PC HD3D with PowerDVD 13 Ultra and Steroscopic Player
- Play HSBS and Full SBS files from PC HD3D with PowerDVD 13 Ultra and Steroscopic Player
Tested Theater place in SBS manually:
- Play HSBS files from PC with PowerDVD 13 Ultra and Steroscopic Player
- Play HSBS files from DLNA server with BDPlayer
there is an issue with the FullSBS files, when played as SBS manual selection in Theater, the image is halved vertically,
this is a concecuence of the Theater waiting for HSBS.
I've made Jonathan aware of this one already, but this are only a few out there.
after following the recomendations in 3DNow web site for Plasma TVs...
and selected Plasma 60Hz mode in the RF emitter...
- no (zero) ghosting
- no (zero) crosstalk
did some fine tunning on the TV:
- with Ambience Light Sensor off => intensity goes to 8 (because og Game mode presection) => flicker is noticeable but not killer
- enabling Ambience Light sensor and modifiying minimun backlight selection:
- 3 => no flickering at all
- 4-5 => very little flickering
the only issue is with really dark scenes.
I tested some different movies and the result was very possitive.
With HP7 movie, the scene when Snape arrives flying to Malfoy's Manor and goes throught (literally) the iron gates, witch is really dark, you can barely see the linnings in Sanape's clothes and the bars of the gate; but this looks the same in the theater so, in my opinion this looks pretty well as a cinema.
Other thing to remark is the galsses do not downgrade to much bright, for me its like the polirized glasses of the Real3D, witch for me it really good.
My future step its to move to a 720p 3DReady LED proyector like Optoma 1000P.
I would like to hear opinions about this projector and if 1000 lumens will be enought for a normal room with around 15 ft viewing distance.
Edited by ludohavil - 12/10/13 at 8:08am