Originally Posted by suncom3
huh so there is no glasses out that work with blue tooth rf right now? this tv is all about some dingle berries,umm I mean dongles..lol. The 1080p it displays are really pretty with movies at this distance,But im not referring to thx suggestions to movie viewing. With the black bars this distance feels great,most movies even without them feel alright also,But watching some network tv this close is really hard on my eyes,especially football when they really zoom in on players or coaches while they are still moving..It feels like my head is spinning..im sure thx doesnt take this into account.. Im going to keep it at least 25 days and see if I can get use to it.
You seem to not be reading the posts correctly. There are Bluetooth 3D glasses already on the market and they are compatible with the Mitsubishi 842 series TVs.
Any Samsung glasses with model numbers that start SSG-3xxx (the “x”s are the rest of the individual model number) are Bluetooth and there is somewhere in the neighborhood of six Samsung models of Bluetooth glasses.
Panasonic glasses TY-ER3D4MU are compatible Bluetooth glasses.
Xpand X104 with the Xpand dongle added TO THE GLASSES are Bluetooth glasses and compatible.
Any Bluetooth glasses baring the marking “Full HD 3D Glasses” RF are compatible and more of these are coming on the market as this is becoming the standard for Bluetooth glasses.
Most likely any 3rd party brand of Bluetooth 3D glasses that advertise compatibility with Panasonic Bluetooth will be compatible. Panasonic is one of the founding companies for the “Full HD 3D Glasses” and they use that standard for Bluetooth (as does Mitsubishi).
As for your broadcast TV issues,
1. Make sure you are watching the HD version of the channels whenever possible. There is often SD and HD versions on satellite.
2. Most network TV looks better with a little lighting on the rear wall behind the TV.
3. Turn down the “color” a little – over intense colors are fatiguing.
4. If you watch in a dark room, turn down the Contrast a little more. Contrast adjustment adjusts the peak brightness of the TV and in a dark room the TV peak brightness is sometimes too bright.
5. Yes, if you are not accustomed to the size, it does take a little time to getting used to, however once you do get used to it, you can't go back to a TV that is much smaller.