Question for fellow 3D enthusiasts. I took delivery of my UN75JU7100 (with the exception of a crooked Samsung decal on the bezel, it is an impressive television) to replace my six year old Mitsubishi L75A91 (probably one of the few problem free LaserVues in existence).
Here's my question.
Do any of you split an HDMI signal going into the television, and dedicate one input for viewing 3D content? I had done this with my old Mits, and then calibrated that input separately, so that brightness, & colors levels would then compensate for the slightly altered contrast while wearing the active 3D glasses.
Does anyone else do this, or am I being a bit over the top/OCD where image quality is concerned.
I am considering doing the same thing with my new 7100. What is the general consensus on this from those of you in the forum?
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