Originally Posted by W.Mayer
next week i will go to see a LG 4K LCD and check if this bug was there as well or less visible and report here.
this will be good to know but not helpull as it not fix the bug my 65" OLED have!
From the newly-released Cnet review: http://www.cnet.com/products/lg-ef9500/2/
"3D: Somehow, the EF9500 performed much better in my 3D tests than the EG9600. In fact, it provided probably the best 3D image I've ever seen. That's due to its combination of 4K resolution and passive 3D, which eliminates the resolution loss inherent in passive 3D with a 1080p screen, and provides all the benefits of passive over active (including a brighter image, less crosstalk and of course simpler glasses you don't need to turn on and pair).
When I tested 3D on the EG9600, I noticed it was finicky in terms of where I was seated. If I was too close, or my viewing angle too far above or below the dead center of the screen, I saw lots of crosstalk -- that ghostly double image that's the bugaboo of stereoscopic 3D.
With the EF9500, that problem is largely gone. My first viewing test was the "GK films" logo from the beginning of "Hugo," which consists of bright letters against a black background and plenty of depth. On the EF9500 I didn't see any crosstalk from my standard seating distance of 8 feet; in fact, I didn't see any until I almost had my nose to the screen, at about 3 feet. The image was also very tolerant of vertical and horizontal viewing angle; I had to move pretty far above or below the screen before the crosstalk reappeared.
I'm not sure why I saw this difference between the two OLED TVs. Perhaps the EG9600's curve somehow makes the TV more susceptible to crosstalk, but that seems unlikely since the 55EC9300 showed just as little crosstalk as the 55EC9300. Maybe LG made some change to how its TVs handle 3D. Unfortunately, I didn't have the EG9600 review sample on-hand anymore to conduct further tests.
Compared to the other 3D-capable sets in my lineup, the EF9500 looked the best. It showed less crosstalk than any of them, including LG's own passive 4K LED LCD, the UF9500. The exception was the 55-inch EC9300 OLED, as I mentioned, but of course it showed the line structure and jaggies inherent in 1080p passive 3D.
Other aspects of 3D picture quality on the EF9500 were superb. Its passive 3D allows its brightness to shine through for greater pop (especially against that perfect black backdrop) than the active-3D-equipped LCDs. Colors looked excellent as well. As usual I appreciated the lighter passive glasses, and found them more comfortable compared to the active versions found on the other TVs."