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How to adjust the settings to optimize the 3D picture.

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IMPORTANT: Not all Blu-ray Disc® players, home theater systems and TVs have 3D capabilities. Refer to the supplied operations manual for model-specification. Manuals are posted on your model support page.

The following is a list of the available settings to help adjust how the 3D image is displayed. Use the settings below based on your environmental factors (lighting, room configuration, etc.) and personal preferences.

  1. Begin by accessing the 3D MENU.
    1. Using the supplied remote control, press the OPTIONS button.
    2. Select 3D MENU.
  2. Select 3D Depth Adjustment.

    0 is the recommended setting for normal use. Adjusting this setting will change the depth of the 3D image.

  3. Select Simulated 3D effect.

    This setting should be used when trying to view non-3D content using the simulated 3D feature only. This setting will increase or decrease the 3D effect that is added to a 2D image.

  4. Select 3D Glass Brightness.

    The default AUTO setting will set the image brightness through the 3D Glasses automatically in conjunction with the Scene Select setting.

    NOTE: This setting allows you to select either AUTO, HIGH, MEDIUM or LOW. Although the factory setting is set to AUTO, if you are seeing a double image (Cross talk), change the setting to MEDIUM or LOW.

After adjusting the settings of the 3D picture, check the additional information regarding the recommended viewing location or position for viewing 3D contents .