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    What firmware is on the tv? Maybe a old one? Because with old FW I didn't have ghosting, only above 14.093

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    Hi V4Mp, I'm not sure but I think it was a firmware with the number 38 at the end installed (maybe 14.038) --> no ghosting. But I updated directly to 14.080 (Backup on my USB stick) --> no ghosting. Two hours later I updated to 14.096 (newest download) --> no ghosting.

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    Congratulations on your successful exchange, and I hope that you will have many years of 3D pleasure with this unique 3D TV. A good choice !

    If somebody else has problems with verifying the working of passive 3D, here is a little experiment you can do: hold the 3D glasses directly against the display and look at the line structure. One glass should show only the even lines, the other glass only the odd lines, and with black lines in-between. Then at least you know that most parts are working correctly.

    Be aware that "easy 3D" (or "passive 3D") has a somewhat limited vertical viewing angle. Sony makes lame jokes about it in the shops, but they will be introducing passive 3D too. If your TV is positioned normally, not e.g. very high on the wall, then this should not be a problem for you. In the shop you may have to sit down to put the TV on eye level to appreciate the 3D quality.

    Passive 3D is implemented on the display panel (by means of a "film patterned retarder), it is not affected by signal processing, therefore you should not expect it to improve with a firmware update. It is also independent of temperature.

    Enjoy, -- Jeroen

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