I have just read through 107 pages of this thread .. before anyone trys to tell me this was answered previously in the thread.
I have just purchased the S27A950D, and for 120hz 2D, this is a GREAT monitor. Problem is, I purchased this mainly for 3D - I love driving games mainly (DIRT 3 etc). This monitor allow you to bypass HDMI 1.4a 30fps 1080p 3D, and allows me to get beautiful looking 3D at 60fps in 1080p.
The problem is the ghosting/crosstalk in 3D. It is quite honestly terrible. To give some perspective, I have been 3D gaming using AMD HD3D / Tridef 3D combo on a 2011 59" 3DTV, and have about 15 games that I play in 3D - depending on the game either in 720p60fps, or 1080p30fps - so I know how 3D is meant to look. I wanted to make the leap to 60fps 3D.. so hence my decision to buy this monitor.
I have read earlier suggestions about changing the response to normal - this makes no difference on a s27a950d. If I block one eye, I can clearly see major ghosting.. it is usually much worse on the right. To give you an idea, I would say it is without exaggeration, 10 to 20 times worst than the ghosting I have on my 3DTV, which I would describe as faint. This is quite extreme.
There is a whole thead about this problem over at the tri-def forums - under samsung displays, ghosting tips. (specifically just for these monitors),
Basically no body has come up with any suggestions that seem to make any difference, other than one person who says that yes they had terrible ghosting on the S27a950d with the supplied SSG-m3050gb glasses, but then they tried the SSG-M3150gb - and apparently this made a MASSIVE difference, the ghosting was reduced.
Is anyone else having this ghosting. Does anyone have any helpful suggestions?
I would like to setup a test with some other (Maybe we can use a standard 3D text image), and compare crosstalk/ghosting. I am not sure If I have a dodgy screen / dodgy glasses or if this is a widespread issue.
Just searching this thread reveals 33matches to "Ghosting" so I'm pretty sure i'm not alone.
Is anyone in a situation that has both the SSG-m3050's & the SSG-m3150's that could possibly test.
Thanks for any help..