Quote:Originally Posted by deez
Just got this pair of Incredisonics in today, no red flash, great pq and no crosstalk I can see, only thing is I tried these for a short while in the day and there are reflections from the window behind me, not distracting but there. I'll let you know about a darkened room alter tonite but other than that you can't beat these for the price. The other brand I have is the Saisonics.
Quote:Originally Posted by gamermwm
I just ordered a pair. They look comparable to the Estar America glasses which the reviews all say are identical to the Optoma name brands. I love the Estar glasses, as they are the best ones I own. I don't know if these ones will be as good, they are a little different but they are a little cheaper and I'm willing to give them a shot! I'll let you know what I think. $21.95 w/Prime shipping
As the poster above me noted, the performance of these glasses would
be okay - there is no noticeable red, and there is no warm/cool tint when you turn your head from side to side. Excellent performance. Comfort is also a big plus. Unlike the Estar America's, these glasses fit VERY well over prescription glasses, and stay in place with minimal sliding/moving around. There are 3 included nose pieces for you to decide on. The glasses are rechargeable and come precharged
The lone, major drawback is HUGE though. When I turned the glasses on, they would automatically be set to invert the image (left/right eye views). I would have to press the power button to switch views every time. I tried turning the glasses off in each case, but whether I turned them off while inverted or not, every time I went to power them back on they were always inverted again.
My go-to test for this is the Wizard of Oz in 3D on chapter 3 right at the 2:10-2:11 mark when Dorothy picks up Toto and holds him close to her face. When the glasses are inverted ghosting/crosstalk is clearly evident on the left side of Toto's face and is quite noticeable
For this reason I would not suggest these over the more expensive Estar glasses. It is most definitely a defect, and I would like to know if it is just my pair, a certain batch, or all of them. I will be contacting the manufacturer. I feel sorry for anyone who does not notice this issue as the ghosting/crosstalk from watching an inverted image will give you eye fatigue and quite possibly a headache if you inadvertently watched a whole movie that way (I have a pair of Sainsonic Rainbows that do the same thing)