Originally Posted by PCummins
I've never really had any issues with Passive 3D on the LG TV's I own - simply get a PS4/PS3, direct connect it and it auto-switches 3D on/off as required for 3D Blu-Ray. For other media simply use the remote to switch to the correct 3D format (SBS/OU/Converted), couldn't be really that much simpler. Active was more complicated with pairing glasses and checking batteries but was able to make it work without too much of an issue. Agree with the FPR film, once it was on there wasn't a lot you could do to get it fixed besides swapping the TV out, a lot of people didn't have the know-how or luxury to check the film alignment once it was out of the box, it really needed checking as it was applied at the factory.
For us 3D geeks it's easy
. I have a LG and yup, put in a 3D bluray and it seems to work okay, but once the image is on the screen, it can be problematic--reverse eye, depth wrong and other issues that the average person isn't going to have a clue about. As for format changes like SBS/OU/Converted--sure you and I know what those are and how they work, again jo shmo (my neighbor and another friend) don't have a clue what they mean. You should see their reaction when I talk to them about 1080p and 4K and what that means
. In fact, they don't really understand what the double image on the screen is, or that it represents left/right eye images. I'm not saying that some people can't understand it, just that the general public hasn't a clue. If you think 3D controls are really easy, you should see my neighbor try to tweak just a normal 2D picture. He doesn't have a clue how brightness and contrast relate, color adjustments, etc. You'd think after all these years of having a TV, he would get it, but he doesn't, and he's got a pretty average IQ and understanding of mechanical things. Just for grins, I had my wife use the LG remote, go into the controls and try to adjust 3D, and even 2D. That remote went flying across the room