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Cyberock
12-19-11, 01:35 AM
The sales person at Best Buy told me not to buy glasses there. Said they are much cheaper online. Claimed to get like 4 pairs for $30. Where do I find decent 3d glasses for a good price. I know what he said of for a price seems unrealistic. I bought Panasonic - 42" Class / Plasma / 1080p / 600Hz / 3D / HDTV TC-P42ST30

Thanks in advance. This 3d thing is new to me.

Nick Martin
12-19-11, 02:11 AM
I purchased the same model TV, but at 50 inches from Best Buy.

I opted for the Sony PS3 3D glasses, since they are 'universal' (meaning compatible with most active shutter-based 3D TVs like Panasonic) and cheaper than Panasonic's own glasses. They were $70 each but that's Canadian pricing. Not sure of the difference if you're referring to US prices. The Panasonic's were much more than that if I remember right.

I haven't gotten the TV yet (being delivered this week) but I have two pairs of the glasses and they look interesting and feel comfortable. Just looking forward to trying them out!

CRM114
12-19-11, 03:33 PM
Good question. I have a Samsung 3D TV and still haven't bought glasses and don't know that I ever will. For my TV, you might be able to find them for $50 a pair or something. That's still way more than I'm willing to pay given the dearth of content.

And they wonder why adoption of home 3D isn't taking off.

Brian Shannon
12-19-11, 08:57 PM
I bought a new Panasonic P50GT30 over the weekend.

I searched a long time for glasses, most sites are sold out or have crazy prices. It looks to me like they might be replacing the current model glasses.

I finally found some on Panasonic's own website for $79.95 each

http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/TY-EW3D3MU

Looking forward to trying them out with the Avatar Blu Ray I am getting for buying a Panasonic 3d Blu Ray player

Cyberock
12-20-11, 01:47 AM
I bought a new Panasonic P50GT30 over the weekend.

I searched a long time for glasses, most sites are sold out or have crazy prices. It looks to me like they might be replacing the current model glasses.

I finally found some on Panasonic's own website for $79.95 each

http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/TY-EW3D3MU

Looking forward to trying them out with the Avatar Blu Ray I am getting for buying a Panasonic 3d Blu Ray player

I ordered the same glasses last night from Panasonic. Think I paid 59.99 each on their site with some discount. I think the sales guy at Best Buy didn't want me to see the price of glasses afraid that I was going to change my mind since I kept doing calculations of everything and debating if it was worth it.

Brian Shannon
12-20-11, 08:53 AM
I ordered the same glasses last night from Panasonic. Think I paid 59.99 each on their site with some discount. I think the sales guy at Best Buy didn't want me to see the price of glasses afraid that I was going to change my mind since I kept doing calculations of everything and debating if it was worth it.

Nice one on the discount, I did not see that.

Mine shipped already, hope to have them soon

CRM114
12-20-11, 10:42 AM
So there are people willing to pay ludicrous prices for glasses. I see the new Samsung models have glasses that are $29.99. Older model owners are screwed. Oh well, I didn't buy it for 3D, that was a side benefit I suppose I'll never use.

spainlinx0
12-20-11, 02:39 PM
I'm still shopping for them. If I could get the Panasonic brand for $60 each I would jump on it. I'm not paying $100 a pair like most places are selling them for.

Of course then I still need to get a 3d player, and that means one with Dual HDMI since my receiver can't accept a 3d signal. Damn this gets expensive.

TGM
12-20-11, 03:06 PM
I think monoprice makes their own line of 3D glasses for cheap

Brian Shannon
12-20-11, 03:23 PM
I think monoprice makes their own line of 3D glasses for cheap

I do not believe they are compatible with the Panasonic line, correct me if I am wrong.

http://www.monoprice.com/products/subdepartment.asp?c_id=109&cp_id=10909

Larry C.
12-20-11, 03:25 PM
This is why I went passive and I just completed my own side by side comparison. I'll take passive any day of the week thank you.

Sainsonic has it for the panasonic for $63 sold on Amazon with free shipping.

clckworang
12-20-11, 03:25 PM
I think monoprice makes their own line of 3D glasses for cheap

They do. I looked into them as I'm probably going to get the converter box to make my projector 3D. They have 2 different types; I believe one was specific for Samsung and the other for Panasonic. I can't remember the prices, though. I have an Optoma projector, so I wasn't sure if they would even work with it.

Edit to add: Brian Shannon beat me to it, and I was mistaken anyway. They have Samsung and LG glasses.

Brian Shannon
12-20-11, 05:39 PM
Sainsonic has it for the panasonic for $63 sold on Amazon with free shipping.

I looked at those but the reviews were not encouraging.

Brian Shannon
12-23-11, 06:55 AM
I ordered the same glasses last night from Panasonic. Think I paid 59.99 each on their site with some discount. I think the sales guy at Best Buy didn't want me to see the price of glasses afraid that I was going to change my mind since I kept doing calculations of everything and debating if it was worth it.

Got my pair of glasses yesterday, not bad for regular shipping, 5 days during Christmas.

Larry C.
12-23-11, 09:17 AM
I looked at those but the reviews were not encouraging.

Sorry I didn't check out the reviews.

Brian Shannon
12-28-11, 03:15 PM
So far the Panasonic glasses have been great. I do not have any real 3d content as yet but the 2d-3d conversion looks decent enough to keep me interested.

Nick Martin
12-28-11, 08:47 PM
So far the Panasonic glasses have been great. I do not have any real 3d content as yet but the 2d-3d conversion looks decent enough to keep me interested.

Same here...except I have the PS3 branded glasses. Simple USB recharge, wide viewing angle. I did an A/B comparison with the 3D Avatar and the 2D version converted and while the conversion doesn't hold a candle to the actual 3D, it looked impressive. It really depends on what you're upconverting, as there has to be something that is A) bold enough in color and B) exhibiting a strong sense of texture.

An airplane against a bright sky will pop out nicely if the plane is dark. I sampled a couple of Star Wars movies and there was a sequence in "The Empire Strikes Back" that showed the limitations of the upconversion. You see rebel fighters wearing those orange flight suits and their collars and sleeves look 3D while their faces and chestplates remain flat. The bolder color gave the TV something to latch onto. Lights on panels really pop out especially if they're on white surfaces. A great example of this is the opening scenes of "Star Wars" where just before the stormtrooopers burn their way through the hatch door on that ship, there's a shot of the door itself with red lights on either side. Those lights look like they're floating there against the background.

clckworang
12-29-11, 05:42 PM
I got the converter I needed to make my Optoma projector 3D. It works great, but now I'm also in the position where I need to buy a couple more pairs of glasses. I'd love to find some inexpensive ones that would be compatible with a future TV, but I'm just not sure what to get. I need some that are active shutter and DLP-Link. I'm not a fan of how nothing seems to be compatible with anything else. Frustrating.

Sdallnct
12-29-11, 07:28 PM
I got the converter I needed to make my Optoma projector 3D. It works great, but now I'm also in the position where I need to buy a couple more pairs of glasses. I'd love to find some inexpensive ones that would be compatible with a future TV, but I'm just not sure what to get. I need some that are active shutter and DLP-Link. I'm not a fan of how nothing seems to be compatible with anything else. Frustrating.

Interesting...what Optoma do you have? I'm still sporting an HD70 and love it. And have a PS3 so 3D has "entered my mind".

But it is active 3D? So crazy prices? I'll have a 6-8 people in my theater room on movie nights and my kids have had movie watching parties with double that. I just can't imagine getting, keeping up with, charging and most importantly spending that kind of money...

clckworang
12-30-11, 10:02 AM
Interesting...what Optoma do you have? I'm still sporting an HD70 and love it. And have a PS3 so 3D has "entered my mind".

But it is active 3D? So crazy prices? I'll have a 6-8 people in my theater room on movie nights and my kids have had movie watching parties with double that. I just can't imagine getting, keeping up with, charging and most importantly spending that kind of money...

I have the Optoma HD66. I've only watched about 4 movies in 3D, but I think it has done a great job. Unfortunately, yes, it is active 3D, and yes, it is really expensive. Apparently, there is a way to make it passive 3D, but it requires a second projector and I believe a second converter box as well. The converter box only comes with one pair of glasses. It would probably cost you more to go passive than to buy all those pairs of glasses. From what I have seen, it would be a minimum of about $60 per pair, but I'm still looking for any better option. I wish there were more specials on these things.

spainlinx0
01-11-12, 11:01 AM
So has anyone tried out the generic brands? All I need right is the glasses, but I can't believe these prices, and the way the prices fluctuate it seems like Panasonic isn't making enough of their own.

I looked at these with promising reviews, but they aren't much cheaper than the Panny glasses, and I would like a little more than the reviews on Amazon to go on.

http://www.amazon.com/True-Depth-3D-Glasses-Panasonic/dp/B005S2H81E/ref=sr_1_16?ie=UTF8&qid=1326297600&sr=8-16

Numanoid
01-11-12, 04:58 PM
And they wonder why adoption of home 3D isn't taking off.Who's wondering that?

clckworang
01-11-12, 05:47 PM
Who's wondering that?

They are, of course!

growly
01-11-12, 11:43 PM
I bought a Panasonic 55" GT30 and although I didn't do any side by side comparisons with LCD TVs I'm really pleased I bought it. DVDs look good on it but I was very surprised at how good blu ray looks.

However, for 3D I'm going to need a 3D blu ray player. And the glasses. And some 3D content I'd actually want to watch! At what point is it worth the expense of the hardware...surely not for 1, 2 or 3 discs...

JACOB
01-13-12, 02:47 AM
if you get the current panasonic blu ray player 110, 210,310. you can get a free copy of avatar in 3d. the deal ends in late february. that is still the best 3d movie.
I got the 3rd generation panasonic 3d glasses and they work great.
my tv is the gt25 from 2010.
Jacob

spainlinx0
01-13-12, 01:42 PM
I just picked up the 310, and I sent my rebate in. 8-14 weeks. :(

clckworang
01-13-12, 03:07 PM
I just picked up the 310, and I sent my rebate in. 8-14 weeks. :(

I was expecting it to take a minimum of 6 weeks, but I think I got it in 1, certainly less than 2. I was pretty shocked. I'm not saying you will have the same results; I just figured I'd let you know that it could take a lot less time than what they told you.

Nick Martin
01-13-12, 07:54 PM
This is interesting, because I followed the Avatar 3D thread on the Blu-ray website's forum and everyone was saying the same thing - sending rebates in.

I didn't have to do that, and I chalk it up to it being set up differently in Canada.

I ordered the television and the Blu-ray was shipped from Best Buy just like any regular purchase was, no rebate or anything like that needed.

If I had bought the TV in one of their stores I would've been able to simply walk out with the disc in hand.

K&AJones
01-19-12, 06:40 PM
Well we're looking at getting a new set after Mr Clumsy here accidently damaged our Sony 52" LCD of 2.5 years. And right now if I had to pick one it would be a Panasonic Plasma 3D model.


I'm totally lost in the "Land of 3D Glasses" and like some saw the price of the offical Panasonic 3D glasses I was like....WTF...you're kidding??? Since then I've seen a few other sites that specialize in all sorts of 3D Glasses and contrary to what the B.B salesperson said..."yea..you need Panasonic glasses with the TV"....I found out others will work. The big thing is comfort level and weight. I've got time to read reviews and learn more since we haven't settled on the TV yet.

TheBigDave
01-29-12, 04:56 AM
What's the deal with the Panasonic glasses? I can't find them in stock anywhere. Are they in-between models? Or do they just not make them quickly enough to meet demand?

Has anyone found a 3rd-party brand that works as well as the official Panasonic glasses?

K&AJones
01-29-12, 03:33 PM
I ended up getting some 3Active glasss from Dimensional Optics. I started out going with the Xpland model and then wen with something else and at the last minute said hat the heck; these 3Active Glasses are gettin solid reviews from DLP and Samsung owners so I went with them. they should be here in the next day or so but w don't have any true 3D movies to test on so to give a full review. i might break down and order one of those IMax ones just to give it a go.

drq2
02-05-12, 12:20 PM
This is why I went passive and I just completed my own side by side comparison. I'll take passive any day of the week thank you.

Sainsonic has it for the panasonic for $63 sold on Amazon with free shipping.

I'm looking to get a new TV for the Front room this week. I heard this and that about the glass. I also am going with passive glass. No matter where your in my front room your going to face the TV. Plus when I was test out the glass it seem there was problems with the ones that have power to them. No matter what I only need 3 glass and if anyone else wants to watch 3D let them buy/bring their own.

I do need to ask, other then the placing having a problem with their stuff. What is better to get?

BTW ready to hit the order on this TV set, LG Infinia 55LW5600 55-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV

drq2
02-05-12, 12:35 PM
This is why I went passive and I just completed my own side by side comparison. I'll take passive any day of the week thank you.

Sainsonic has it for the panasonic for $63 sold on Amazon with free shipping.

I'm looking to get a new TV for the Front room this week. I heard this and that about the glass. I also am going with passive glass. No matter where your in my front room your going to face the TV. Plus when I was test out the glass it seem there was problems with the ones that have power to them. No matter what I only need 3 glass and if anyone else wants to watch 3D let them buy/bring their own.

I do need to ask, other then the placing having a problem with their stuff. What is better to get?

BTW ready to hit the order on this TV set, LG Infinia 55LW5600 55-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV

spainlinx0
02-07-12, 02:16 PM
I purchased a used pair of Panasonic 3d glasses, and I only tested them out for a few minutes, but I noticed one pretty glaring issue. I sit slightly off center. I also have the center channel right in front of the TV. When I recline my chair, it sometimes loses sync. I think the center channel partially blocks the signal. I had to move my center channel off center so that I wouldn't lose signal. This just seems like an incredibly stupid design on Panasonic's part.

TheBigDave
02-07-12, 09:13 PM
I just got the Xpand X103 universal glasses for around $55 from Amazon. They're compatible with the Panasonic Plasmas (I have the ST30).

GOOD - Very easy to set-up. Instructions to sync it with your TV brand are simple. They come with 2 extra batteries, and one already inside. There are 3 nose guards. I just grabbed one and popped it in. The part that wraps around your head is very flexible. I was worried, because normal glasses don't fit well on my giant melon head. But these are very comfortable.

BAD - I wasn't totally crazy with the 3D results. I did a 30 minute preview with both Tangled and Piranha. Some scenes were awesome. Crystal clear with lots of depth. Other scenes seemed a little flat. And some scenes were blurry. Not sure if the problem is the glasses, my set-up, or the movies themselves.

Another problem was glare inside the glasses. Even with all the lights turned out. I was getting a reflection from the plasma light bouncing off the edge of the rims. I tried adjusting the position of the glasses, but couldn't find a good angle that was glare-free. It was annoying. I can look past the glare and see the movie, but it's going to be distracting.

This was my first experience with a 3D TV. And I was really expecting to be blown away. Instead I'm kinda disappointed. Maybe I need to tweak some settings or adjust my viewing environment.

CRM114
02-08-12, 03:56 PM
Who's wondering that?

Most anyone watching the industry?

Why 3D TV Went From CES Darling to Consumer Reject (http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/01/state-of-3-d-technology/)

I'm right in the wheelhouse of the tech manufacturers and I'm skeptical. Mainly because the glasses are too expense but only too expensive to me given the dearth of content. I'm willing to take the plunge (lame that TVs don't come with them) but it will probably take Hugo to get me there.

K&AJones
02-08-12, 06:26 PM
Thanks BigDave for the review. These were actually my first choice when I ordered my Panasonic 55" GT30 off Amazon. Then the day before I went with the True_Depth and at the last minute changed to the 3Active.

These are my first 3D glasses as well as first 3D set so I really don't have anything to gage off of. That said so far I'm happy and impressed with the 3D and even the 2D>3D conversion. I watched Tangled off Starz and it was actually pretty good in 3D. Then caught Transformers:DOTM in 3D BR and I thought it kicked butt. I watched both movies in the same day and never had to take the glasses off once during the movies.

TheBigDave
02-08-12, 08:43 PM
K&AJones - I might give those a try. Did you notice any of the same problems I had with the Xpands?

How's the size on the 3Active? Are the arms flexible? I need something that'll fit my giant head.

Have you noticed any glare on the lens? Is the 3D image consistent or do you get some blur?

K&AJones
02-09-12, 12:20 AM
The glasses remind and fit like the old style Rayban Wayfarers except slightly wider. The side didn't pinch my ear nor felt heavy and uncomfortable on my nose. I don't recall any reflections. The side panels do their job but they're not totally isolated from light. i wear reading glasses and the 3D glasses bother me less especially on my side and aruound the ear. When I watched the movies the room was probably around 35% normal light or less. They charge in about one hour and no issues between them and the TV. Mine is wall mounted and about 10.5 ft away.

Flicker
02-14-12, 07:03 PM
I have been noticing a Vizo (?) 47" 3D TV at Warmart with comes with four of no-battery glasses. In watching a display of a 42", I found the glasses fit fine over my regular glasses.

I'm wondering now though about the lack of 3D DVDs available.

Joe Schmoe
02-14-12, 08:29 PM
I have been noticing a Vizo (?) 47" 3D TV at Warmart with comes with four of no-battery glasses. In watching a display of a 42", I found the glasses fit fine over my regular glasses.

I'm wondering now though about the lack of 3D DVDs available.

I'm sure you mean 3D BD's, right? Best Buy has a bunch in a special section. So does Amazon. I think I've got about 15 or so 3D BD's already... and there's always more coming out.

Flicker
02-14-12, 08:40 PM
I checked out Best Buy's inventory on-line. Less than fifty and no titles that really turned me on.

But thanks!

K&AJones
02-15-12, 06:54 PM
It's not just the lackluster catalog of 3D movies but the prices as well. I mean $32-$39....I don't think so. They can sit there and gather ten years of dust for all I care.

Joe Schmoe
02-16-12, 10:52 PM
I checked out Best Buy's inventory on-line. Less than fifty and no titles that really turned me on.

But thanks!

Which titles were you hoping for?

Joe Schmoe
02-16-12, 11:03 PM
It's not just the lackluster catalog of 3D movies but the prices as well. I mean $32-$39....I don't think so. They can sit there and gather ten years of dust for all I care.

True, there are some stinkers, but I think there are a few decent titles. And some make for a good 3D flick because they totally milk the gimmick with lots of stuff being thrown at the camera (like Final Destination 3D). 'Course, you have to like that kind of thing. But I agree that $30+ for one movie is insane. I don't pay those prices. If you wait for sales, you can usually find them at more reasonable prices. Here are a few examples of what I'm talking about... BB recently had a bunch of 3D BD's on sale. I think their regular price for Final Destination 3D was $42.99, but I picked it up for $19.99. Their regular price for Bolt 3D was $39.99. They put it on sale for $29.99, but I ended up getting it at Costco for $24.99.

TheBigDave
02-16-12, 11:28 PM
Barnes & Noble is having a 50% Off Sale on Kids DVDs. There's a lot of 3D Blu titles. There's some 20% Off coupons in the B&N thread in the DVD Bargains forum.

Toy Story Trilogy 3D - $50
Lion King Trilogy 3D - $50
Toy Story 1, 2 & 3 3D - $25 each
Tangled 3D - $25
Rio 3D - $25
Beauty & The Beast 3D - $25
Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - $25
Alice In Wonderland 3D - $25
Cars 2 3D - $25
Bolt 3D - $25
Coraline 3D - $25
Gnomeo & Juliet 3D - $25
Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs 3D - $25
Monster House 3D - $23
Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 3D - $23
Open Season 3D - $23
Polar Express 3D - $22.50
G-Force 3D - $22.50
Yogi Bear 3D - $22.50
Meet The Robinsons 3D - $22.50
Chicken Little 3D - $22.50
Hoodwinked Too 3D - $20

clckworang
02-17-12, 12:50 PM
^ I'm just too cheap. I can't convince myself to pull the trigger on any of those.

CRM114
02-22-12, 02:47 PM
I took the plunge. I sold something on eBay at a ridiculous profit and used that money to buy 3 sets of glasses from Monoprice. I then pre-ordered Hugo 3D for $27.99.

Why can't I find Avatar 3D? Didn't that come out a while ago?

Eddie W
02-22-12, 03:52 PM
Why can't I find Avatar 3D? Didn't that come out a while ago?

It's a bundled Panasonic exclusive. Supposedly the agreement ends this month, but a stand alone release has not been announced.

K&AJones
02-23-12, 09:50 AM
It's a bundled Panasonic exclusive. Supposedly the agreement ends this month, but a stand alone release has not been announced.



Still waiting on word on when mine is being shipped. I sent the coupon in for the "Free 3D" version when I bought the Panasonic BDT210 BR Player. Word is it takes anywhere from 6-8 weeks. The sad part is you send the stuff in to Memphis TN to a PO Box and I live in Nashville. There's probably one person who goes by once a week and gets the mail and it's probably other offers as well involved so that's why it takes so long.

CRM114
02-23-12, 10:00 AM
It's a bundled Panasonic exclusive. Supposedly the agreement ends this month, but a stand alone release has not been announced.

Thanks. I knew it was a bundle at one time but I thought that was a while ago.

clckworang
02-23-12, 12:05 PM
Still waiting on word on when mine is being shipped. I sent the coupon in for the "Free 3D" version when I bought the Panasonic BDT210 BR Player. Word is it takes anywhere from 6-8 weeks. The sad part is you send the stuff in to Memphis TN to a PO Box and I live in Nashville. There's probably one person who goes by once a week and gets the mail and it's probably other offers as well involved so that's why it takes so long.

Mine arrived in less than 2 weeks. I was shocked at how quick it was sent.

K&AJones
02-23-12, 07:18 PM
Mine arrived in less than 2 weeks. I was shocked at how quick it was sent.


Did you get a email confirmation? That's what others said they got. It's been right at two weeks since I sent the info in.

clckworang
02-24-12, 12:17 PM
Did you get a email confirmation? That's what others said they got. It's been right at two weeks since I sent the info in.

I didn't receive an email confirmation. All I received was the disc.

Master J
02-25-12, 05:33 PM
Got my copy of Avatar 3d this week but can't find the Panasonic Glasses anywhere. The sales manager at my local sears said a new Panasonic glasses release will be out at the end of March. Right now we are just in a lag period between the old version glasses and the the new release so they can clear out inventory.

I am staying away from any of the Universal glasses since I have seen mixed reviews from headaches, to poor syncing, and limited viewing distances. The Panasonic glasses are guaranteed to work with my Panasonic TV.

K&AJones
02-26-12, 10:54 AM
You know i've got to ask Master J , how long did it take for your Avatar to come in?


Never mind...my copy of Avatar 3D came today...about 3.5 weeks.

CRM114
02-28-12, 02:48 PM
Returning my Monoprice glasses. Didn't work at all. I don't have time to fool with them. If they don't work right away for someone like me who is technically proficient, then I know they are crap.

caligulathegod
03-01-12, 05:30 AM
Got my copy of Avatar 3d this week but can't find the Panasonic Glasses anywhere. The sales manager at my local sears said a new Panasonic glasses release will be out at the end of March. Right now we are just in a lag period between the old version glasses and the the new release so they can clear out inventory.

I am staying away from any of the Universal glasses since I have seen mixed reviews from headaches, to poor syncing, and limited viewing distances. The Panasonic glasses are guaranteed to work with my Panasonic TV.

I looked it up and the March glasses are supposed to be Bluetooth for the 2012 TVs and will not be compatible with 2011 and prior Panasonic 3DTVs, which are IR glasses. I plan on stocking up on Sainsonic glasses just for spares in the years to come.

NoirFan
04-24-12, 01:37 PM
I'm about to purchase a Panasonic TC-P65ST30 65-Inch TV, and all of the tech talk about calibrations and settings is overwhelming me. This is what I gather the process to be: Run the slides for 100 hours, using these d-nice settings: Photo Settings

Picture Mode: Custom
Contrast: 100
Brightness: 50
Color: 70
Tint: 0
Sharpness: 50
Color Temp: Cool2
Photo Enhancement: Off
C.A.T.S: Off
Video NR: Off

Pro Settings
***Leave all settings in this menu at their default***

HDMI Settings
***Leave all settings in this menu at their default***

Advance Picture
Block NR: Off
Mosquito NR: Off
Motion Smoother: Off

Slideshow Settings

Frame: Off
Photo Effect: Off
Transition Effect: Off
Photo Size: Normal
Burst Playback: Off
Display Interval: Slow
Repeat Playback: On

Can I also watch full-screen films during this break-in period, and run the slides at night or when I'm out? After the 100 hour period, I then use these settings for the TV, also from D-Nice:
Picture Mode: Custom
Contrast: 78
Brightness: 54
Color: 45
Tint: 0
Sharpness: 0
Color Temp: Warm2
Photo Enhancement: Off
C.A.T.S: Off
Video NR: Off


Pro Settings
Colorspace: Normal

W/B High R: +10
W/B High G: 0
W/B High B: +10
W/B Low R: +2
W/B Low G: 0
W/B Low B: -8

Black Extension: 0
Gamma Adjustment: 2.2
Panel Brightness: Low
Contour Emphasis: Off
AGC: 0

HDMI Settings
***Leave all settings in this menu at their default***


Advance Picture
Block NR: Off
Mosquito NR: Off
Motion Smoother: Off
Black Level: Light
3:2 PullDown: Auto

Calibration Report

Is that it/correct? Am I missing anything? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!