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    65PFL9708 motion blur

    I have a 65PFL9708 Philips TV, and when watching 3D content I have a lot of motion blur. Also have an 47PFL6678, 3D on that tv is much better, less motion blur. I thought it would be other way around? Whats causing this? Is there any settings on the tv I can alter regarding this issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbraen View Post
    I have a 65PFL9708 Philips TV, and when watching 3D content I have a lot of motion blur. Also have an 47PFL6678, 3D on that tv is much better, less motion blur. I thought it would be other way around? Whats causing this? Is there any settings on the tv I can alter regarding this issue?

    Hi gbraen,

    It would most likely be down to the picture settings of the 2 devices as they both have Passive 3D.

    Try to check that the following settings are the same in both TVs:

    - Clear LCD is On
    - Natural Motion is On
    - 3D depth is set to Medium
    - Picture presets are the same (Best Picture, Vivid, Natural, Custom etc)

    If in particular these settings aren't the same, then you would find a difference in the 3D performance of the TVs.
    Of course other picture settings and the external device used can also factor in.

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    Hi,

    did you test with the exact same 3D source? 3D-Blu-ray?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    did you test with the exact same 3D source? 3D-Blu-ray?

    Toengel@Alex
    I have an Samsung BDP-5500, but it's kinda better with the Playstation 3. Used PS3 on the 47", and tried with that one on the 65. But its not good at all. Have to check the settings again and compare between the 2.

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