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I have a Samsung 3D TV and Blu-ray

Kimtc
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Mar 31 2013, 3:54am


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I have a Samsung 3D TV and Blu-ray [In reply to] Can't Post

I watched both 3D and 2D, and the 2D is noticeably better. You can particularly see it in the scenes in Erebor, which are spectacular in 2D but very dark and grainy in 3D. My 3D is active, so I don't know if its different for passive sets. But I have to crank the brightness in 3D to make it watchable. Any techies out there with suggestions on how to improve the experience would be welcome.

BTW, I love my 3D TV. Animated 3D is fantastic, but I also liked The Avengers on it.

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Blu-ray - 3D vs 2D - Video quality tripecac Send a private message to tripecac Mar 29 2013, 8:40pm
    well.. glor Send a private message to glor Mar 29 2013, 9:52pm
    I am not Lindele Send a private message to Lindele Mar 30 2013, 4:44am
    I've only watched the 3-D discs.. Patty Send a private message to Patty Mar 30 2013, 10:46am
    I have a Samsung 3D TV and Blu-ray Kimtc Send a private message to Kimtc Mar 31 2013, 3:54am

 
 
 

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