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    Philips 32PFL7606/12 no 3d eye correction?

    Hi, been everywhere and i do'nt seem tobe able to find Eye correction in the settings, i need eye correction, anybody know where it is, wearing glasses upside down is'nt fun.

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    Hi,

    the 7000 series does not have the feature to flip the 3D frames (left/right). It's only a feature of the higher series.

    However, the origin of the problem is wrong source material...

    Toengel@Alex

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    Thanks for the info.
    That is another stupid thing todo, it does'nt matter if the source is wrong, i have owned many models of 3dtv's and all had eye correction, eye correction is a needed setting on any 3dtv!
    I see you have alot of post's here and you allso seem to give people correct info, sadly all the good info you give is very bad, you can't say it's down to source material and be done with it, phillips NEED to give all there 3dtv's eye correction as iu have just spent £600 on a paperweight!

    Tobe honest the 7000 series is a bag of rubbish, who ever made it for retail must of been drunk as it's not a 3dtv thats fit for it's purpose.

    It has no eye correction!

    Sadly Phillips you will no longer be a tv that i can reccomend to people, the 7000 series is a sham and a big waste of money.

    I'm stuck with a £600 paperweight that is overpriced and really is a bag of rubbish.Daily i find more issues with this silly tv that ruins my 3d experience.
    Being a active forum member that does alot of 3dtv tersting i have some push as toi what 3dtv's people buy, i cannot reccomend phillips if they screw us over so badly!

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    This is pathetic , i've been robbed!
    Even a £350 42" manta pasive has 3d eye correction/eye swap!!!
    Phillips you have ripped me off and everybody off with the 7606!

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    Thanks to Only777 for the good info that a budget manta 3dtv has 3d eye correction .
    Quote Originally Posted by Only777 View Post
    it has an option to select L/R if thats what you mean?
    http://www.avforums.com/forums/16337618-post66.html
    This is a 42" passive 3dtv that cost's £350 AND it has 3d eye correction, you will find there's a 99% chance that phillips has been the only manufactuer to release a 3dtv without 3d eye correction.

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    This sounds serious to me.

    I have just returned a 7606 with dead pixels for a refund.
    Was going to buy a 7666

    Don't think I will now unless I can see a roadmap promising fixes in this site.
    eg 3d eye correction
    album artwork displaying for dlna playback
    youtube app crashing
    No decent EPG
    No promise of lovefilm,netflix or Skype apps.

    Had a lot of issues with my 7606 resetting, not getting a wired ethernet address.
    Shame cause I loved the 2d picture and thought passive 3d safer for the kids eyes over active.

    oh well. Looks like will wait and keep an eye on forums

    Would love a roadmap forum led by a philips software engineer/product manager.

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    double topic

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