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    Hi,

    As the title suggests I am playing Zen pinball 2 on an LG 3d 47" TV, when the game loads it tells me 3d is supported, would I like to activate? When I do activate, the 3d doesn't happen, the screen just goes fuzzy and unusable, I have to restart the PS3 for it to go back to normal. Has anyone experienced this with LG TVs? Am I just missing something?

    Thanks.

  • #2
    Originally posted by coesy View Post
    Hi,

    As the title suggests I am playing Zen pinball 2 on an LG 3d 47" TV, when the game loads it tells me 3d is supported, would I like to activate? When I do activate, the 3d doesn't happen, the screen just goes fuzzy and unusable, I have to restart the PS3 for it to go back to normal. Has anyone experienced this with LG TVs? Am I just missing something?

    Thanks.
    You have to activate the 3D mode on the TV too. Did you do that?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by deep View Post
      You have to activate the 3D mode on the TV too. Did you do that?
      Absolutely, I did that, but still no good, still fuzzy, maybe I will try and grab some sort of screen shot. It's passive 3d if that's any help?

      Edit: Here is the screenshot of what my tv looks like with 3d turned on. http://i.imgur.com/e4EhhYU.jpg
      Last edited by coesy; 06-23-2013, 11:36 AM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by coesy View Post
        Absolutely, I did that, but still no good, still fuzzy, maybe I will try and grab some sort of screen shot. It's passive 3d if that's any help?

        Edit: Here is the screenshot of what my tv looks like with 3d turned on. http://i.imgur.com/e4EhhYU.jpg
        Whoa, thats no good. I have a passive 3D LG TV too, but never experienced anything like this. What is the case with other 3D games? Maybe your HDMI cable could be corrupted.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by deep View Post
          Maybe your HDMI cable could be corrupted.
          Now that you mention it, s/he could be using the wrong HDMI cable. A standard HDMI cable isn't 3D compatible. You need a High Speed HDMI cable (aka version 1.4) to play 3D.

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          • #6
            Try a high speed HDMI cable..

            I have a 42" LG Cinema 3D and it works fine with Zen 2. The 3D is actually pretty cool too..

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