3d tv image wrong way

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    mrtaurus New Member

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    can anybody advise on why i see 3d tv image wrong way, or advise how i can see it the right way i see the image as the picture is inside a box behind the screen rather than image coming out of screen, its still 3 dimensional but its like looking through a window everything is behind the tv screen

    hope someone can explain or help :confused:
     
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    Ian Administrator Staff Member

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    Welcome to the forums :)

    I'm not sure what the problem is, as if you can see "behind" the TV screen that is the 3D effect? On a standard 3D TV it's difficult to get a meaningful stereo effect for objects coming out of the screen.
     
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    you have the left and right images reversed. If you have 3d mode button on your remote.. press reverse left and right. this should do the trick
     
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    Another solution if the images are reversed is to wear your 3D glasses upside down, :p Not exactly the best solution though, just a funny one that would work, hehe.

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