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The 1hour can make bands stand out more its Harder on the panel. Just use em auto 4hours off its noting to even think of.

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Who is they, would like to read more on this please.
"They.......I meant The very infamous They".......Hope you get it.....
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Ever since this stupid virus, I have been sitting at home for the past 10 days sitting in front of my g6p for hours and hours and hours and adjusting settings. I have gained 20 lbs, and have lots of body hair. I hate TVs and all their stupid adjustments. Im going to bed!
Yeah...the very same is happening in here. Increasing TVs running hours......
Watched All the unseen 3D movies I had in my stock.
Thought you solved the motion stutter issue with the new sony receiver and turning pixel shift Off.
Playing with Dynamic contrast in setting is something new for me......making images more popping....even 1080p content looks more like HDR.
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The 1hour can make bands stand out more its Harder on the panel. Just use em auto 4hours off its noting to even think of.
Will it affect the screen even if it runs automatically when completed 2000hrs and makes bands more visible?
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Time to warm up the old E6 girl for its once a 14 day 3D
And Power down the W8 with full Screen content ...

The movie of this retro tv moment is Malificent 2 3D

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Will it affect the screen even if it runs automatically when completed 2000hrs and makes bands more visible?
Theres oled owners seeing more of the bands after 2000h or the 1hour clean.
Seen myself oled bands move on oleds fade out n return.

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Will it affect the screen even if it runs automatically when completed 2000hrs and makes bands more visible?
I've heard of it happening but not permanently (basically, the followup micro compensation wipe clears whatever ugliness the 2000-hour cycle wrought).
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"They.......I meant The very infamous They".......Hope you get it.....
yes i do, this subject is one of the most guarded secrets of modern audio/video from the manufacturers

ive never seen any info on it from LG for my G6 or at least useful info. thats why i asked thinking maybe you knew someone.....

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Yeah...the very same is happening in here. Increasing TVs running hours......
Watched All the unseen 3D movies I had in my stock.
Thought you solved the motion stutter issue with the new sony receiver and turning pixel shift Off.
Playing with Dynamic contrast in setting is something new for me......making images more popping....even 1080p content looks more like HDR.

Putting my couch back couple feet helped a lot with eye strain . This whole buying a bigger tv then not is bull .. I thunk should have stuck with 65”


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The 3D on these panels requires two things for quality viewing: Distance and Pointing.

Set your couch back at least twice as far as the screen size. E.g., with a 65” panel set the couch at least 11 feet from the screen.

And point the TV so that the center axis of the TV is aimed at your eyes when seated for viewing. If the screen is not mounted at eye height that means you need a mount which lets you tilt the panel vertically.

The closer you sit, the more crucial the pointing becomes. With proper distance and pointing the 3D will be good to all 4 corners of the screen. Sit too close or neglect the pointing and the 3D will fall apart towards the edges of the screen. This will cause eye strain at the very least.

Some 3D content will be inherently annoying no matter how much care you take. It’s just shoddy 3D filmmaking. For example scene changes done as a dissolve are pretty much guaranteed to wrench your eyeballs.
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It runs automatically. It's a 7 to 8 minute cycle that runs after turning tv off after watching tv for cumulative 4 hours. IOW, if you watch tv for 2 hours one day and turn it off, it will not run. Next day you watch tv for 3 hours, and turn it off, the 7 to 8 minute comp cycle will run because you had watched it a total of 4 hours or more. Then it starts over again the next time you use your tv until you hit 4 or more hours again. It's all automatic.
Big thank you to everyone! I’ve been unsuccessful with multi-quotes so...

Does using the manual 1 hr cycle from settings menu actually harm the TV? I’ve been using it monthly. I frequently watch 4+ hrs so I’m good on the 7 to 8 min auto cycle.
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Putting my couch back couple feet helped a lot with eye strain . This whole buying a bigger tv then not is bull .. I thunk should have stuck with 65”


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Agree! Screen size affect the motion. As i said before bigger the screen size more the motion stutter and thats why my TVs motion does not bother me more. Glad i have a 65 inches varient.
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The 3D on these panels requires two things for quality viewing: Distance and Pointing.

Set your couch back at least twice as far as the screen size. E.g., with a 65” panel set the couch at least 11 feet from the screen.

And point the TV so that the center axis of the TV is aimed at your eyes when seated for viewing. If the screen is not mounted at eye height that means you need a mount which lets you tilt the panel vertically.

The closer you sit, the more crucial the pointing becomes. With proper distance and pointing the 3D will be good to all 4 corners of the screen. Sit too close or neglect the pointing and the 3D will fall apart towards the edges of the screen. This will cause eye strain at the very least.

Some 3D content will be inherently annoying no matter how much care you take. It’s just shoddy 3D filmmaking. For example scene changes done as a dissolve are pretty much guaranteed to wrench your eyeballs.
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Tried everything but the problem with 3D is that TV will show cross-talk for highly contrastic images. you will get to see ghosting if there is a bright object has to be mapped against dark black. Went through many AV threads and this issue is more evident with almost all the users. Tough its not major one but quite noticeable. More visible with sci-fi movies that uses dark to bright objects a lot. Whatever the sitting position you choose It will have slight ghosting/crosstalk

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You tryed playing with left n right on the 3D settings se if ur cross talk goes away with a click or two?
Can be a slight off aligned 3D filter ur tv got.

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Me too, thanks. Not sure it helps or not but my set is still excellent with no issues so I’m not changing my habits or settings!
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Tried everything but the problem with 3D is that TV will show cross-talk for highly contrastic images. you will get to see ghosting if there is a bright object has to be mapped against dark black. Went through many AV threads and this issue is more evident with almost all the users. Tough its not major one but quite noticeable. More visible with sci-fi movies that uses dark to bright objects a lot. Whatever the sitting position you choose It will have slight ghosting/crosstalk
Crosstalk even in the middle of the screen is a symptom of poorly made 3D content. Whatever the technology, the shielding of one eye from seeing the image intended for the other eye is not 100%. Thus 3D content needs to be made with due attention to moderating Contrast where it will catch the eye in this fashion. Film makers know this of course, it’s just they don’t want to bother. I think the problem is worst in 2D films “post processed” into 3D, since the composition was never made with 3D as the primary goal. Unfortunately, this is the vast majority of modern 3D since it is cheaper to let the computers do it.

But if the image looks OK in the middle of the screen but falls apart towards the edges or corners, then THAT problem can be fixed by proper distance and pointing.
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Finding a good 3D oled was a hit n miss from the 1080p oleds to the Lg 6 series.

Well hope my lasts as finding a good New used one is prob not easy.

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Tried everything but the problem with 3D is that TV will show cross-talk for highly contrastic images. you will get to see ghosting if there is a bright object has to be mapped against dark black. Went through many AV threads and this issue is more evident with almost all the users. Tough its not major one but quite noticeable. More visible with sci-fi movies that uses dark to bright objects a lot. Whatever the sitting position you choose It will have slight ghosting/crosstalk

This has been an issue with 3D from the start of the last "This time, it's gonna be GREAT!" cycle. It has nothing to do with the set, everything to do with how the 3D is shot and processed. If it's post production processed, it gets worse. This is out of your control, and it's not going to change.
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I would imagine the reason LG abandoned 3D is because it was just too costly. Trying to apply a 3D filter perfectly, getting people to watch it at the correct distance, at the correct eye level, etc, was not worth it, not to mention the multiple returns because of a poor 3D filter, cost them too much money.
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I would imagine the reason LG abandoned 3D is because it was just too costly. Trying to apply a 3D filter perfectly, getting people to watch it at the correct distance, at the correct eye level, etc, was not worth it, not to mention the multiple returns because of a poor 3D filter, cost them too much money.

Additionally, the 4K/UHD consortium that came out with the tech specs for 4K/UHD deliberately omitted any reference or specification for 4K/UHD 3D. That was likely the final straw. I don't believe the final 8K specs will have 3D included either.
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2016 LG OLED 65G6P and 65E6P Owners Thread

What up with cobra Kai on YouTube tv , so juddery and blurry . But I think I notice this on my
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You tryed playing with left n right on the 3D settings se if ur cross talk goes away with a click or two?
Can be a slight off aligned 3D filter ur tv got.
Thanks Xsmax! You have always been so nice with your replies means a lot to me. I tried the left n right or right n left setting but no help. I don't think it's a filter alignment issue at all. If it was I would have end up watching blurred images at particular part of the screen that is misaligned but that's not the case with my set. 90% of the content I see is perfectly fine but that 10% is for the highly contrastic brighter images that the opposite filter has to block........yes filter try to block the light but not completely and that is why the cross talk it there. Tried different positions still no 100% coverage of bright objects against dark.

Found something interesting related, ideal rabbit 3d test here.
https://imgur.com/a/Y7jSn
Surprisingly my display follows exactly the same property but just don't know why the slightest ghosting there.......Indeed m a perfection/detail oriented person.

There is one scene in Aquaman Time stamp:00:23:08, a blue circular ring in the background looks a little more visible for the opposite glass creating ghosting. Would you please confirm if you see any?
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Crosstalk even in the middle of the screen is a symptom of poorly made 3D content. Whatever the technology, the shielding of one eye from seeing the image intended for the other eye is not 100%. Thus 3D content needs to be made with due attention to moderating Contrast where it will catch the eye in this fashion. Film makers know this of course, it’s just they don’t want to bother. I think the problem is worst in 2D films “post processed” into 3D, since the composition was never made with 3D as the primary goal. Unfortunately, this is the vast majority of modern 3D since it is cheaper to let the computers do it.

But if the image looks OK in the middle of the screen but falls apart towards the edges or corners, then THAT problem can be fixed by proper distance and pointing.
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Yep my problem is exactly "the image looks OK in the middle of the screen but falls apart towards the edges or corners"
M sitting 8 feet away and poisoning center of the screen.
It would be very generous of you if you could help me to get rid of it. Thanks for the replies, sir!
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This has been an issue with 3D from the start of the last "This time, it's gonna be GREAT!" cycle. It has nothing to do with the set, everything to do with how the 3D is shot and processed. If it's post production processed, it gets worse. This is out of your control, and it's not going to change.
Exactly! I have never seen any ghosting in animation movies....since they do not use highly brighter to dark separation images.......but in sci-fi movies its visible, though not completely but its still there like 10% of the light is present in cross talk.......Sorry for the confusingly poor english.
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Thanks Xsmax! You have always been so nice with your replies means a lot to me. I tried the left n right or right n left setting but no help. I don't think it's a filter alignment issue at all. If it was I would have end up watching blurred images at particular part of the screen that is misaligned but that's not the case with my set. 90% of the content I see is perfectly fine but that 10% is for the highly contrastic brighter images that the opposite filter has to block........yes filter try to block the light but not completely and that is why the cross talk it there. Tried different positions still no 100% coverage of bright objects against dark.

Found something interesting related, ideal rabbit 3d test here.
https://imgur.com/a/Y7jSn
Surprisingly my display follows exactly the same property but just don't know why the slightest ghosting there.......Indeed m a perfection/detail oriented person.

There is one scene in Aquaman Time stamp:00:23:08, a blue circular ring in the background looks a little more visible for the opposite glass creating ghosting. Would you please confirm if you see any?
Got the movie but it has to wait to a later time.
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Yep my problem is exactly "the image looks OK in the middle of the screen but falls apart towards the edges or corners"
M sitting 8 feet away and poisoning center of the screen.
It would be very generous of you if you could help me to get rid of it. Thanks for the replies, sir!
I don't believe he can help you any further beyond what was already recommended. I see something similar but not necessarily towards the edges or corners, more or less in any section of the screen where the type of high contrast imagery you were describing triggers it (I.E. lamps or other pinpoints of light shining in a dark background). Repositioning the angle of the glasses and/or the seating position vertically or horizontally will attenuate the effect but complete eradication is rare.
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Yep my problem is exactly "the image looks OK in the middle of the screen but falls apart towards the edges or corners"
M sitting 8 feet away and poisoning center of the screen.
It would be very generous of you if you could help me to get rid of it. Thanks for the replies, sir!
What size is your screen? To resolve 3D to all 4 corners of these LG panels you need to sit at least twice that screen size away from the screen.

E.g., for a 65” screen (meaning the usual, diagonal measure) that’s 11 feet minimum seating distance.
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What size is your screen? To resolve 3D to all 4 corners of these LG panels you need to sit at least twice that screen size away from the screen.

E.g., for a 65” screen (meaning the usual, diagonal measure) that’s 11 feet minimum seating distance.
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I agree, if you are too close then the 3D does show issues. We are about 10 feet or so away from our set and that’s just about right for virtually perfect 3D that still looks good pretty much to the very edge. A few titles we own will have some minor artifacts at the very edge, like maybe a 1/4 inch or less. But, with so much other screen to enjoy there’s little reason to concentrate on the very edges.

The 3D on these E6 sets remains reference quality Or damned close to it!
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Not just E6 but also G6 and C6 (though I wonder how the curve morphs the image), just saying.
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