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What 3D glasses for LG 50PH660V?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema & Hi-Fi' started by Kona*, 15 Dec 2013.

  1. andy_mk3

    Capodecina

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    It's the 50PH670V I do believe, really pleased with it.
     
  2. Kona*

    Wise Guy

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    AFAIK, the PH670V is identical to the PH660V - it just comes with WiFi built in and the smart remote included :)
     
  3. andy_mk3

    Capodecina

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    Ah right, interesting to know :) The smart remote is very good. I'm on ethernet so the WiFi doesn't bother me!
     
  4. Kona*

    Wise Guy

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    Likewise, that was one of the reasons I got the 660V instead - it's a shame about the Smart Remote though, the LG Remote App is okay but I may need to invest in the Smart Remote in the future!
     
  5. andy_mk3

    Capodecina

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    Anyone else wall mounted? :D

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  6. Kona*

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    Oof. That's a heavy TV to be wall mounted - I think it would pull my wall down (I live in a 1920's house built by miners with terrible walls!).

    Looks good though :)
     
  7. andy_mk3

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    It's well sturdy, not going anywhere :D I think there's about 8 big bolts in the wall!
     
  8. Kona*

    Wise Guy

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    Nice! Maybe if/when we move house I'll wall mount it - I wouldn't trust a 32" LED TV on the wall in this house! I'm pushing it by hanging a mirror above the fireplace... :p

    I've solved the multi-coloured line issue by the way, with the assistance of both LG and the developers of the software which I have loaded on my satellite box. It turns out that I needed to set the aspect ratio to "Just Scan" and adjust the GUI options of the satellite box to extend over the edges of the screen - what I was seeing was what is called (apparently) "overscan" from the interface of the satellite box.

    You learn something new every day eh! :)
     
  9. andy_mk3

    Capodecina

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    Glad you sorted it, I have mine on Just Scan also, was the only way my HTPC would play ball!

    Looking forward to trying out the 3D, which reminds me, I must download some 3D content ;)
     
  10. Kanifee

    Soldato

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    Location: On the wagon, sorta

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    Wall mounted so cant check the manufacture date.

    Glad you found out it was perfectly fine though
     
  11. andy_mk3

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    Very nice Kanifee :)
     
  12. Kanifee

    Soldato

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    Cheers mate, i need to upgrade my speakers but the missus will take some convincing to get floor standers.
     
  13. andy_mk3

    Capodecina

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    One up side to being young free and single! I just need my own (preferably detached) house now :p
     
  14. Kona*

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    Nice setup Kanifee. Wall mounted is the way to go, we just haven't got the space or the structural integrity to do so :p

    Ours is on a wooden TV stand in the corner of the room, attached to an LG NB3520A sound bar + sub. It just fits in the alcove with about half a cm either side of the TV to spare - we certainly can't go any bigger with the screen size!

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    I'm looking forward to trying out the new 3D glasses tomorrow, hopefully they are as good as the Samsungs for performance, just a little more comfortable! I've got Avengers Assemble 3D and Jurassic Park 3D to test them with, I've heard mixed reviews about Jurassic Park, hopefully it's a decent re-master!
     
  15. andy_mk3

    Capodecina

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    I now have:
    Cars 3D
    Monsters University 3D
    Amazing Africa 3D
    Our Universe 3D

    Shall see how they look when I get my glasses!