Originally Posted by lamonsasa
No, 240hz would not have anything to do with that " shadowing" you are seeing, if you saw motion blur then yes 240hz would help but otherwise no.
Let me ask you think, what do you have the backlight set to in 3D Mode? is it still at 10 or you changed it? is black adjust enabled or disabled, whats dynamic contrast set to in 3D mode?
make sure sharpness is no more than 20.
I'm using your settings. I think its a combination of things:
- The 3d source. I've watched a few demos which didn't have any issues, and honestly looked better than most of the 3d movies I have. Althought Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland still looks fantastic. Some movies are just better at 3d than others, I'm finding.
- The 3d is just a little different on this set. I've noticed that the glasses don't bother my eyes as much as they did on my Panasonic Plasma, which is definitely a plus.
I'm ok with the 3d on this. It's not perfect, but I can see how the technology is still growing. Maybe I'll be in the market for a new set again next year. That said, I do have a couple of other questions about the set and best viewing settings.
What's the best videogame settings? Currently I have it on dynamic and smooth auto-motion. I *really* like what the smooth auto-motion does for gaming, and I haven't noticed any lag. Dynamic seems to give me more graphic clarity. I have the contrast at 50 and the backlight at 12. Is that too high? Coming from a plasma with burn-in and image retention issues, I am highly worried about using any settings that will damage the set after a long gaming session. (I am also still highly ticked off at Panasonic for defaulting their "game" mode to 100 contrast)
What's the best setting for normal blu-ray watching?