Originally Posted by cky2354
I have been following both threads and it seems like that one is more technical and gives all the reasons why DLP is better at 3D than the LCD ones but I have now watched about 10 3D movies on my Epson and I do not have crosstalk or ghosting for the most part on my Epson 5050ub projector. My brightness is just enough for a 150" scope screen. I'm tempting to try one of those dlp laser projectors in my dedicated HT to give it a try but if I am happy zwith what I have, not sure if it will be worth the comparison. Crazy part is that my Epson did have tons of crosstalk and ghosting when I first got it and it was unwatchable so I gave up but couple month later, decided to try with different 3D glasses (I had the Samsun g SSG-5100 which sucks btw and got Xpand X105) and with couple settings tweak, it was a whole new experience and 3D was amazing.
Dlp is a better choice for less crosstalk and native motion handling, on smaller screens due to lower brightness for 2000-2500lm rgbrgb wheel dlps, or less color saturation (and more rainbow risk) for 3000lm dlps. I would stay with 3lcd (epson hc3700/3200/3800...) if you want enough color brightness for your big screen (and 150" is very big for 3d!) and you are used to frame interpolation. Unless you can buy a powerful and expensive laser dlp with fi. Or wait for the Berlin IFA in September...
Epson TW5350(HC 2045), Darbee DVP-5000S, Himedia Q5 Pro, Sony BDP-S6700, 3D RF glasses: Epson, Samsung, Xpand. Fuji FinePix REAL 3D W3, LG Otimus 3D Max, Elephone P11 3D, 3D Tablet F892B
Last edited by Car67; 07-08-2020 at 10:40 AM.