Originally Posted by etraud
Thank you for the link, I have tested and these where my findings,
I took pictures of what each eye looks like
I have marked where the color of the opposite eye image matches the grade of gray. R and L.
The corners images practically disappears. might not be much? but it's distracting when watching the movie and not what I expected from a 3D tv.
I reported to Samsung, and they mentioned that the TV is failing, that should not do that, I should see clear images without any crosstalk.
I went to BB, to check other models with the same glasses I use at home, just to know what I should expect from a 3D tv set, there was none 6030 on display, but we tried the latest model, quad core 9000 series, well, when I saw the 3D images from that tv it just puled out a smile from me, it looks excellent, no crosstalk at all, I guess high end sets manages better the 3D.
I will exchange for another set same model and see if Samsung was right to fix the 3D viewing experience.
As for the folders browsing from an external hard drive, testing on a 6300 model, it was super fast, faster than my 2009 Samsung model, we tried low end models and all were slow, the same as mine. Strange that when browsing media from a USB Flash drive (usb 3.0 the same as the hard drive) the browsing of folders was very smooth and working fast. I have tried a few hard drives and all the same , very slow, even the guy in BB mentioned, he could not live with that :-D
I will post my findings.
OK these are my findings,
I took the TV and showed it to the BB guys, and they agreed that this should not be happening, too much crosstalk on the 3D content.
so they exacanged the TV for another, same model, I did not had the chance to test it at the store, and the new was way WORSE, now I almost see double the images on 3d,
with the previous, the Left eye was seeing more of the right eye image, but on the new TV, bothseyes see more ghost images from the other eye (I hope this makes sense),
So considering that the glasses needs to do the on/off of each eye, synched to the TV, leads me to think that this is something fixable by a setting, not a setting on the regular menu, but a seeting that a samsung tech should be able to fix if they want, considering that the first TV set had less issues with my Right eye, and now the new set has strong issues with both eyes, could this be possible to fix?
I am not really happy with the results, I was hopping to get a TV which the 3D was perfect, if someone knows any TV where the 3D is great and I don't break the bank, please share. Unless there is a solution on this 3D crosstalk problem, the TV set is going back to the store. (or sell it to my friend that allways purchases what I sell him :-)
Thank you. Any help is apreciated.