Your tv is a 2008 model, legacy 3d tv and requires a lot more than a current 3d HDTV does to view 3d. Today with a current 3d HDTV, Normally you only need a 3d source like a 3d Bluray movie and 3d glasses from Samsung and a HDMI cable connection from bluray player to HDTV. See below for your TV. You need a PC and IR emitter and Samsung 3d glasses plus user selected options on the tv.
Samsung 3-D Ready HDTV
How do Samsung 3-D Ready HDTVs work?
Samsung 3-D Ready HDTVs are enabled by Digital Light Processing
(DLP(R)) or Plasma Display Panel (PDP) engines that are capable of very
fast refresh rates (120Hz). The inherent speed of these display
technologies enables high quality stereoscopic 3-D by alternatively
displaying left and right eye images. The display is synchronised with
3-D shutter glasses to provide the observer with a vivid perception of
How do I connect my PC to a Samsung 3-D Ready HDTV?
The DVI output from the PC's graphics card must be connected to the
TV's 3-D compatible HDMI port using a DVI-to-HDMI cable (or a HDMI cable
plus a DVI to HDMI adaptor).
Alternatively, some newer graphics cards have a HDMI port instead of a
DVI port. In this case, simply use a HDMI cable to connect the PC
directly to the TV.
On all models, the 3-D compatible HDMI port is identified by the letters "DVI". (eg, "HDMI 3/DVI IN" or "HDMI 1/DVI IN")
What other equipment do I need to enjoy 3-D on my 3-D Ready HDTV?
How do I connect the IR emitter to the 3-D TV to support wireless 3-D shutter glasses?
- Windows PC with DVI output
- Compatible 3-D Shutter glasses and IR emitter with VESA compatible sync connector
The IR emitter should be connected to the "3D SYNC OUT" socket. The
emitter should be placed on top of the TV with the LEDs facing towards
How do I turn the TV into 3-D mode?
Ensure that the TV source is set to "HDMI 3/DVI" (or "HDMI 1/DVI" for 720p models). Plasma HDTVs
Press the Tools
button and select 3D Effect
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