Nobody is paying a damn bit of attention to the GA6400 series thread and as a new owner of that TV, I have a question. Can someone point me to, or post, their 3D settings, because for the life of me, I can't figure out the "best" settings, as I am a complete newbie to 3D. I know the 6200 set isn't the same as the 6400, but they are bound to be close enough that this would give me a starting point. Thanks.
I try to compensate for the loss in brightness and color due to the glasses and nature of 3d. So I keep the backlighting at about 90% for 3d. I also increase contrast to about 90% for the same reason.
I increase color a little above normal 2d viewing as well, on my set it would be around "52". Brightness also at 52 on my set.
I also want to keep a reasonable color temperature, so for 3d I use on my set (and yours likely) the warm 1 setting. You will get more effective brightness if you use a cooler temperature, e.g. "standard" temperature setting, but somewhat less realistic colors.
I do also use "dynamic contrast" for 3d. Others might argue this to be not so good for black levels. However, I find the "low" setting is not too aggressive and it tends to brighten darker images with little impact on black levels.
I also use "trumotion" on a smooth setting for 3d only. To me it enhances the 3d. For blu-ray noise reduction is off. Edge enhancer as you please, I think most turn it off but I use it for some material. Sharpness I have around 15 on my set, i.e. not too high.
I enjoy 3d immensely. I am not trying to get a perfect color picture, but a pleasureable 3d picture. Maybe this will help a little. Sorry I am not an expert but this works for me.
Edited by avsmickey - 9/7/13 at 1:56pm