01-18-2012 04:19 AM
01-18-2012 04:29 AM
01-26-2012 10:20 PM
Here's a good review video comparing Samsung and LG 3D TV. It will help you get a clear idea what Neihn told you about shutter glasses. You will see samsung's 3D TV glasses filcker and go totally black when tilted. About picture quality, both of the 3D pictures look pretty much the same except that filckering from samsung's makes me feel nauseous. And dont get it wrong that passive 3d tv sends 540 per eye because it doesn't mean it cuts the resolution in half. First of all, you can't watch anything in 3D with one eye. Secondly, no one watches TV only with one eye.
01-28-2012 02:03 AM
I've installed tons of both and I would base it on ONE thing.
Do you have a lot of lighting in the room? The Samsungs have a glossy screen on them which produce a lot more glare. The LGs have a matte finish which produce minimal glare.
As for 3d. Both do an excellent job doing 3D. It is true the resolution on blu-ray movies are cut in half when using passive technology, but they still look great in my opinion.
If you're looking at the LG TV & blu-ray bundle be advised on a couple things. Neither the TV or the blu-ray player have internet features, besides doing firmware updates. Also make sure you use a HDMI 1.4 cable. The first one I installed we used an extra HDMI cable we had lying around and the 3d effect looked horrible.