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Fans ask LG to reverse decision to remove 3D from OLED TVs

Fans ask LG to reverse decision to remove 3D from OLED TVs

By BizLED Bureau

Jan 23, 2017: After the apparent success of petitions to persuade LG to introduce an HDR gaming mode to its 2016 OLED and LCD TVs, consumers have now started another new petition on change.org to requesting LG to reverse its decision to remove 3D support from its OLED and LCD TVs.

The petition was launched after the consumers realised at CES 2017 in Las Vegas that LG had removed 3D from its entire 2017 TV range. However, the new petition does not persuade LG to launch a 3D-capable OLED TV in 2017, but wants to see it in 2018.

The petition was created by Aidan Padden, who said that 3D support was a key reason for the AV lovers to buy LG’s relatively expensive E6 OLED range in 2016.

The LG OLED TVs were criticized by fans for not having the right technology to handle HDR 4K gaming with a reasonably low input lag. Consumers are trying to push LG to fix the issue through these petitions.

To these reactions, LG said that it would address the issue and a update was beamed out to most 2016 LG HDR TVs in an effort to fix the problem.

Now, the fans pushing LG to reverse its decision to exclude 3D technology from its 2017 lineups of OLED and Super UHD LCD TVs. However, this requires hardware additions that will obviously not happen in 2017.

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