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    Unhappy Color deformation in 3D Max Clarity setting - 60PFL9607S

    I'm having problems with the Maximum Clarity setting on 60PFL9607S.
    There are two settings in the 3D experience options: Flicker Free and Maximum Clarity.
    In Flicker Free mode - colors and shadows look fine, there is slight crosstalk but picture is OK.
    In Maximum Clarity - the shadows get distorted, everything gets kind of rainbow-y shadow. Some of the shadows get deeper and overly dark.

    Maximum clarity:
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    Flicker Free:
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    Another example:

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    Is this how this mode is suppose to look like?

    According to the manual Maximum clarity mode is :"more 3D effect, more flicker."
    Last edited by Meskal; 01-02-2013 at 10:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meskal View Post
    I'm having problems with the Maximum Clarity setting on 60PFL9607S.
    There are two settings in the 3D experience options: Flicker Free and Maximum Clarity.
    In Flicker Free mode - colors and shadows look fine, there is slight crosstalk but picture is OK.
    In Maximum Clarity - the shadows get distorted, everything gets kind of rainbow-y shadow. Some of the shadows get deeper and overly dark.

    Maximum clarity:
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	sYy86.jpg 
Views:	96 
Size:	488.9 KB 
ID:	1641

    Flicker Free:
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	6IpiJ.jpg 
Views:	80 
Size:	506.0 KB 
ID:	1642

    Another example:

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	XbG1O.jpg 
Views:	76 
Size:	451.0 KB 
ID:	1643
    vs
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	cb4qe.jpg 
Views:	70 
Size:	477.9 KB 
ID:	1644

    Is this how this mode is suppose to look like?

    According to the manual Maximum clarity mode is :"more 3D effect, more flicker."

    Can I get any official response from a philips representative? Is this a support forum where users support their own problems?
    I propose closing this forum since it no longer serves its purpose.

    Meanwhile I have gotten an answer from an authorized philips technician - "this problem exists in every single tv in this model and exchange wont help me. Maybe they will make a software upgrade in few months that will fix this issue."
    Can any philips/tp vision employee respond to that?

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