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Are you suggesting you can see the polarising filter in 2D? I've heard this suggestion about passive sets before, but I have an LG 47LW980t and I can't see any sign of this in 2D at all (and I have attempted to look for it at close range). I sometimes wonder if it's actually the jagged edges caused by poor de-interlacing that's being observed, rather than anything to do with the filter?
I choose passive over active 3d TV because of picture quality and their light weighted 3d glasses. If we compare LG passive with Samsung active we'll find a large difference in their PQ; I have tried both of them and after taking a demo I fixed myself with LG passive TV.
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