Originally Posted by Audiojan
After downloading the EStar utility and upgraded the firmware, it seems to work a little better. I still feel like I'm getting cross-eyed after a while and I do see some ghosting.
Does anyone have a suggestion what duty cycle setting should be for a JVC RS-4810? (if this is a dumb question, let me know… learning 3D…)
Also, could this be related to the fact that I'm using an acoustically transparent screen? (Elite 4k material)
I'd start with EStar's recommended LCD settings, but the final duty cycle is going to be entirely up to you, since it'll depend on what you're seeing as you adjust it. Usually you will see the image darken as you reduce duty cycle, and brighten as you increase it. The dimming will reduce the visibility of ghosting, and you have to balance that with how dim an image you are willing to have. Delay impacts the actual ghosting. You do have to be aware that running the delay slider through its full range seems to reverse glasses polarity, so you may have to hit the polarity button after minimizing ghosting to avoid the crosseyed feeling.
With our CRT, I also have color bands that appear at the top and bottom of the picture that I have to adjust delay and duty cycle for as well.
AFAIK, the only 3D setup that is strongly impacted by screen type is passive. You have to have a certain type of screen material for a passive setup.Edited by Rolls-Royce - 11/20/13 at 9:36am