Originally Posted by Joseph Clark
How do you like the LG, Frank? Does it have all the 3D modes the Samsung LCD does? I bought one of the 42" LG displays the other day at Best Buy, but I haven't picked it up yet. I like the idea of using passive for my editing computer. Active doesn't bother me for 3D movies, but a friend bought a 55" LG for his media program and I was really impressed with it. It was very bright and easy on the eyes. And it doesn't hurt that the 42" set came with 8 pairs of glasses (plus I have two more from 3D movies I saw at the theater). Still, I'm wondering if it's going to be much of an upgrade over the Samsung active LCD. That's why I haven't brought it home yet.
How do I like the LG 65" passive TV??
Yesterday afternoon, my grand daughter and son and law helped me mount it in the living room cabinet where I had earlier removed my Samsung PN63C7000.
Right now, I'm waiting for my morning coffee and sitting back on the couch and typing this while watching the small text and unlike the Samsung, I can actually read it without any problem. Not only can I read it but it's in checkerboard 3D mode and I have the 3D glasses on. That would have been impossible with the Samsung.
A little early to say but at this point I don't mind saying it's the best TV experience I can remember.
So far I am very very happy.
P.S. Yes, Joe, It supports the same interlaced mods that the Samsung does but in a much less convoluted manner.Edited by Frank - 6/13/12 at 3:45am