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Flickering light bulbs with 3D glasses

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Deleted member 174041

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I've had to re-position our living room lamps so they dont reflect off the plasma screen but now because the lamps are in my field of view I notice a very slight flickering effect.

Will LED bulbs eliminate this? I currently have energy bulbs.
 

mjbtin

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Dont know if leds would work,it is a drawback of active tech I never watch 3D during the day for that reason.
Evening viewing for both 2D and 3D I just have the tv back/bias lit this stops unwanted reflections onscreen and is also much easier on the eyes:smashin:

Regards Martin
 
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mjbtin said:
Dont know if leds would work,it is a drawback of active tech I never watch 3D during the day for that reason.
Evening viewing for both 2D and 3D I just have the tv back/bias lit this stops unwanted reflections onscreen and is also much easier on the eyes:smashin:

Regards Martin

Yeh we do most of out tv viewing at night but dont always want a black room, can strain my eyes. Ill just have to get some and give it a go : )
 

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