Originally Posted by ausdavep
Not that I know of. I actually sent an email to LG asking if they'd be willing to divulge. Needless to say I got a rather typically unhelpful response. Disappointing in a way, as it's not like it's a model still for sale. Would probably need to know someone within LG, however I doubt there are any actual techs or engineers in AU and setup would be done overseas, leaving a bunch of brainless morons running the local arm with performa email response templates.
In reality, no-one has ever followed through with the most basic set of procedures for determining why the emitter is not transmitting a suitable sync signal, although many have participted and put in a considerable amount of time - myself included.
Here is what we know based on testing to date:
1. AG-S250 glasses work on Australian 2011 plazmas.
2. The speculation that these glasses don't sync up on Australian LCD sets because they run at multiples of 50Hz (vs. 60Hz in the US) is wrong - as I have concluded from my testing (where I forced 50Hz frame rate sampling on my set, and my glasses continued to sync up (with periodic pulsing, but they synced up).
The two probable causes for the failure to sync are -
Case 1. The sync signal is not present at the emitter.
Case 2. The sync signal is detected at the emitter, but the emitter has not been programmed/activated to produce the required RF sync pulses.
In either case, the problem may
be due to misconfiguration, and if true can be easily addressed, possibly by flipping a bit in NVRAM/EEPROM.
Note: It is not necessary to downgrade your software (or invoke Power Only mode) to -
a) get a command prompt,
b) change from RELEASE to DEBUG mode,
c) dump NVRAM/EEPROM