Originally Posted by yuriythebest
I've read some reviews on amazon that say that even if your head is exactly positioned you still see some ghosting in high contrast scenes, is this true?
Yuri, yes their is slight ghosting occasionally and you have to keep your head still to get the best 3D effect. Move your head up or down a few inches and you lose the 3D and get ghosting. As I don't plan on bobbing my head up and down while viewing this isn't a problem for me. With regards the ghosting I have a DLP projector that I view 3D on with shutter glasses and even that has some ghosting from time to time. It all depends on the source material. The wider the parallax, the better the 3D, the more chance of ghosting..yes, even with DLP. No doubt you have all seen the "Dracula 4D" trailer. The 3D effect is great but there is ghosting on that material.
I popped into my local electrical retailer yesterday and had another look at the LG DM2350D. Its £70 more expensive because it has a TV Tuner, which I don't require, but the 2 x 5W speakers would be handy it doesn't seem to have a DVI input. The demo on it looked simply stunning. It was a guy throwing a frisbee for his dog in the park. The frisbee hovered (in slow motion) in the centre of the screen and looked like it was popping several inches out of the screen. Both pop-out and depth looked great. Of course, the source material has a lot to do with the success of the 3D. Overall though, I prefer the design of the LG DM2350D and it looks sturdier.http://m.lg.com/uk/it-products/monit...or-DM2350D.jsp
With that in mind, the one thing that I didn't like about the LGD2342P (aside from the vertical juddering motion problem) was that it felt a bit fragile and cheap with it's plastic casing. Just like someone else mentioned, I struggled with the mains adapter and HDMI cables. Not only where they difficult to access, but the panel with the inputs felt a bit cheap and weak.It is a budget 3D monitor after all. I think the PQ on both models is about the same, but I felt more a wow factor with the LG DM2350D. That may be just to do with the source material.
I am still in the process of getting a refund for my "faulty" LGD2342P but when I get it, I'll probably walk into my local retailer, pay for the LG DM2350D and then test it with my BD player in-store. I do'nt care if they are busy or moaning, but as a consumer I have a right to test that the goods are working properly before I take them with me.
I'm not going to go through all this hassle again.