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I have never used any 3d glasses with my ht1075.

I am sitting about 6-7' from a 100" screen and am concerned about the 'battery box' i.e. the dead space between left and right frames. I can barely see the whole width of the screen with both eyes due to my nose getting in the way even without glasses.

(by the way sitting close like that is just awesome for the immersion effect with neo:x 11.1 heighth/width surround sound expansion, though the extra eye movement also makes the rainbows more noticeable)

I am also concerned about the comfort and weight, plus my glancing over the thread shows that there are considerations on image quality too.

Price is also a factor although for a benq not expecting any of the options to be extremely pricey.

Does anyone have a summary chart with the currently available options listed and their strengths/weaknesses described? I am completely new to 3D and sort of lost here, but I would like to watch Avatar and Edge of Tomorrow in 3D since the projector is capable. thx
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I have never used any 3d glasses with my ht1075.

I am sitting about 6-7' from a 100" screen and am concerned about the 'battery box' i.e. the dead space between left and right frames. I can barely see the whole width of the screen with both eyes due to my nose getting in the way even without glasses.

(by the way sitting close like that is just awesome for the immersion effect with neo:x 11.1 heighth/width surround sound expansion, though the extra eye movement also makes the rainbows more noticeable)

I am also concerned about the comfort and weight, plus my glancing over the thread shows that there are considerations on image quality too.

Price is also a factor although for a benq not expecting any of the options to be extremely pricey.

Does anyone have a summary chart with the currently available options listed and their strengths/weaknesses described? I am completely new to 3D and sort of lost here, but I would like to watch Avatar and Edge of Tomorrow in 3D since the projector is capable. thx
NOT COMPATIBLE?
I just bought Ultra Clear HD DLP Link Projector 3D glasses. They seem not to be compatible. The images do not line-up. I have tried "side-by-side," "Top-Bottom," and "Frame Packing." All look extremely wrong. Is it the glasses? I am using BenQ 1075 and the Blue Ray player on XBox One.
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NOT COMPATIBLE?
I tried just purchased Ultra-Clear HD DLP LINK Projector 3D Glasses for my BenQ HT 1075 and XBox One Blue Ray player. The images look very wrong - they don't line up. Tried all 3D settings on BenQ. Am I doing something wrong or are glasses just not compatible? Promotions for glasses say they work with BenQ???
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I got burned on three pairs of SainSonic CX-30 glasses that each died because they sat around unused for too long, resulting in their batteries no longer being able to accept a charge after less than 6 hours of total use. In light of that terrible experience, can anyone recommend some glasses that WON'T die premature deaths through non-use?

Since I'll be lucky if I watch a 3D movie even twice a year, I really don't want to have to recharge the glasses on a schedule just to make sure the battery and glasses don't become unusable. (I understand if they lose their charge after 6 months of non-use, but as long as they can still be charged after 6 months of non-use, that's all that matters to me.)
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NOT COMPATIBLE?
I tried just purchased Ultra-Clear HD DLP LINK Projector 3D Glasses for my BenQ HT 1075 and XBox One Blue Ray player. The images look very wrong - they don't line up. Tried all 3D settings on BenQ. Am I doing something wrong or are glasses just not compatible? Promotions for glasses say they work with BenQ???
When you say "Don't line up." What do you mean, the images are out of alignment vertically? If the images are aligned vertically, but now horizontally, the most likely you have the left and right eye switched. Go into your menu and see if you can swap the Left and Right eye. Also, you will need glasses that handle 144hz. If you have older glasses from the past, they might not work. Ultra-Clears should work fine. Make sure you set the type of 3D to dlplink as well. If your images are truly out of alignment vertically then you have a bad projector. Can you take a photo of your screen and post it? Put your 3D image on pause if you have a bluray, and take a phone pic. That should work. That might help. It should show a double image. I just want to see what you mean by out of alignment.
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Hi guys,

I'm buying some 3d glasses for the Benq HT2050. I looked up the estar's as they seem to get the best reviews here but they do not seem to be available anymore (I live in Canada so that makes things worse).

Out of the other available options what would you recommend?

-Firestorm XL, LT 2.0
-Ultra Clear HD
-Benq GDG5
-Gonbes G05

(Haven't seen much comparing the Ultra clear's and Gonbes/other cheap ebay brands to the other, more expensive brands)

Thanks!
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If you wear glasses, these can clip on: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kolsol-G08-D...-/162072563383
They do work nicely.
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Thanks. Just ordered the Ultra clear HD. Will see how they turn out.
To me, now, the Ultra Clear HD's rank above the Estars. The main difference is with the Estars I am seeing more beneath the glasses (than with the Ultra Clears) letting more light through and making me less immersed in the 3D. Maybe, though, it's how they sit on my face and others won't experience the same thing.
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To me, now, the Ultra Clear HD's rank above the Estars. The main difference is with the Estars I am seeing more beneath the glasses (than with the Ultra Clears) letting more light through and making me less immersed in the 3D. Maybe, though, it's how they sit on my face and others won't experience the same thing.
Thanks! Bought a pair of the G05 and the Ultra Clear's, I will give feedback on them when they arrive
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Bought a pair of the G05 and the Ultra Clear's, I will give feedback on them when they arrive
Have they arrived? I have the G05's and I'm eager to know how the UC's compare.

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Bought pair of G15 glasses off eBay. They're considerably lighter than the Estar glasses. Apart from taking a little longer to synch the differences are negligible, pretty impressed.
"inefekt", don't know if you frequent the forums these days, but if you're still around, could you please clarify - do you think the G15s (which I have) are just as good picture-wise than the Estars?

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Have they arrived? I have the G05's and I'm eager to know how the UC's compare.
The G05's just arrived (took two months LOL) so I'll test them out later and let you know!
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The G05's just arrived (took two months LOL) so I'll test them out later and let you know!
OK so I compared the two and basically the Ultra-Clears are superior.

The only noticeable difference between the two for me was the clarity. It felt like the G05 gave the picture a red/brownish tint, whereas the Ultra Clears did not have any tint to them (or perhaps they use a different tint) and made the picture appear clearer.

In terms of form factor they are both equally comfy on the eyes.

I would definitely get the Ultra Clears over the G05's (although not worth replacing as they are both suitable)

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has anyone tried the Benq GDG5's? Looks like there's a version 2 of these glasses available on benq's website. I recently purchased the ultra clear and they constantly lose sync with any 3d blu ray I watch on my ht3050. I've tried putting clear tape over the sensor along with other suggested fixes but nothing seems to be working. The only thing that works is lowering the brightness by 50% but then it's unwatchable. Looking for suggestions for other glasses to try that don't lose sync.
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Anyone able to find the DP-Link Estar's anywhere? I've been waiting awhile and haven't seen them come back in stock. Also, can't find them on ebay.
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Anyone able to find the DP-Link Estar's anywhere? I've been waiting awhile and haven't seen them come back in stock. Also, can't find them on ebay.
On Amazon but they jacked the price up.

https://www.amazon.com/EStar-America...25A2CF5CRYWFX1

Glad I bought 6 pair when I did. I'll probably go with something else if I need to replace. I've never had any problems with them though.

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On Amazon but they jacked the price up.

https://www.amazon.com/EStar-America...25A2CF5CRYWFX1

Glad I bought 6 pair when I did. I'll probably go with something else if I need to replace. I've never had any problems with them though.
Those are not DP-Link glasses.
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Those are not DP-Link glasses.
Ok, sorry. I bought the DLP link ones, they looked the same, maybe that's why they're more expensive? The seller that I bought on Amazon before indicates out of stock.

EStar America ESG601 DLP® Link, website points to Amazon too but out of stock.

I looked about a year ago and they were out of stock so they've been off Amazon for awhile then. I must have seen those RF ones then too.

I was going to just order True Depth, they're 2 or 40.00

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I was going to just order True Depth, they're 2 or 40.00
Let me know how you like those. I picked up a pair of the Ultra Clears, and am honestly pretty happy with them. I still need to buy another pair of glasses though, and wouldn't mind trying the True Depths.
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For anyone else that's interested I just turned a pair of my sainsonic glasses into prescription 3d glasses with an old pair of lenses and some blutack. The very happy end user says they are perfect and much more comfortable so thought it might help someone else out.
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I searched this discussion regarding the Monoprice DLP-Link 3D glasses and it seems those are good to go. They're on sale for $13/each (well not sure if that's always their price) but I couldn't find any info as to whether or not they support 144hz. I contacted monoprice and they said it's 60hz, so 120hz total. Is that still a good purchase?
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I searched this discussion regarding the Monoprice DLP-Link 3D glasses and it seems those are good to go. They're on sale for $13/each (well not sure if that's always their price) but I couldn't find any info as to whether or not they support 144hz. I contacted monoprice and they said it's 60hz, so 120hz total. Is that still a good purchase?
Interested to find out how well these work.

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Optoma ZD302 vs Benq DGD5 glasses

Hey,
I just tested my first 3D glasses with projector Benq W1110s with my PC. To make it work, I had to enable 3D in Nvidia drivers and then I had to set 1920x1080p 24hz. Then I tested some SBS rip in Stereoscopic player. I had to set Viewing Method "NVIDIA 3D vision" and aspect ratio 16:9, then it worked well.

I have tested two glasses. Optoma ZD302 and Benq DGD5. Glasses Benq DGD5 were here for discount for a half price than ZD302 so I wanted to try both to see differences.
Same:
- shape
- view during movie (same colors and contrast - couldnt find difference)
- cable, bag, clean cloth
- comfortable

Different:
- outside color
- glasses foot are rubbered on ZD302, on DGD5 are made by normal glossy plastic (but both are same comfortable)
- glass color in daylight (ZD302 are more greeny/yellowish as you can see on photo, but when glasses are ON, colors in the movie looke really same like with DGD5)
- 1 extra nose attachment coming with Optoma
- it took longer to charge ZD302
- when I am turning on or turning off glasses, light is blinking different way on both glasses.

Main thing is that they work same and you cannot recognize which you are actually wearing. So buy cheaper ones ;-)

In day I saw annyoing reflections at the side of the glass but in the night I didnt see almost nothing. Just dont use lights behind your head . At both I didnt hear any buzzing like some reviews says. Mayby it was just problem in 2015 which is solved now.
I hope this comparison will help to you.

I think both glasses are made by hi-shock.de with little different parameters:
https://www.hi-shock.de/en/hi-shock-...vivitek-/-jmgo
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Hello, what 3d dpl glasses can you recommend to the 70g lg projector. Of course, they have great image quality and are not too expensive. Sorry for my bad English . Greetings from Poland.
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Hello, what 3d dpl glasses can you recommend to the 70g lg projector. Of course, they have great image quality and are not too expensive. Sorry for my bad English . Greetings from Poland.
Is that the LG PA70G DLP Projector? If you are looking for good value and performance, you might want to check out https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1.

I have the W1070 and bought two of the EStar America ESG601 DLP Link in February 2016 (as other have noted they don't seem to be available anymore on amazon). Needed two more but wanted to try something cheaper just to compare and so I picked up those two Ultra-clear ones in May 2016. I don't even notice a difference from the two brands in terms of 3d performance. I prefer the view, fit and feel of the cheaper Ultra-Clears. The Estars seem lighter in weight and more streamlined than the Ultra-Clear with a smooth surface while the Ultra-Clear has a rubberized texture feel to them. The LCD lenses on the Ultra-Clear are slightly larger and the surrounding plastic covers the eyes better for less light leaking in as well so if you also wear glasses I would recommend them easily. Battery life appears to be comparable as well.

Forgot to mention that the Ultra-Clear uses standard micro usb connection for recharging while the ESG601 uses proprietary connection (which is its only downside other than being more expensive)

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G05 Instruction Leaflet Anyone?

Just bought a couple pairs of G05-DLP glasses on eBay, but there's no leaflet with them, and Google's not been as helpful as I'd hoped.

Could some kind soul post a quick pic of the instructions, so I know what the various blue led flashes mean?
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Just bought a couple pairs of G05-DLP glasses on eBay, but there's no leaflet with them, and Google's not been as helpful as I'd hoped.

Could some kind soul post a quick pic of the instructions, so I know what the various blue led flashes mean?
Is that SainSonic? If so, you can make out enough of the manual in this video as well as he gives a quick run down on the led. Pretty much standard with most glasses.


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Is that SainSonic? If so, you can make out enough of the manual in this video as well as he gives a quick run down on the led. Pretty much standard with most glasses.
Yes, that's the ones.

Just wondering how I know when the battery needs recharging, and when the charging is complete etc.

I have a list of about 6 or 7 different signals my Elephas glasses give, but these ones seem to behave differently, and I was hoping for a similar list for them...
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Yes, that's the ones.

Just wondering how I know when the battery needs recharging, and when the charging is complete etc.

I have a list of about 6 or 7 different signals my Elephas glasses give, but these ones seem to behave differently, and I was hoping for a similar list for them...
Well with my different brand ones, the led will glow red while charging and turn blue again when fully charged. The led slowly flashes blue while in operation. As for needing recharging, in my case anyway, if the glasses have trouble keeping sync I usually know it's time to recharge them.
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Hi Guys,

For some time now, I have a couple of SainSonic 3D glasses for my Benq W1070. they are making the picture dimmer, but as I understood that the main problem with 3D projection.

Is there any reason to buy an original benq pair over the other no original brands?
Is there a certain benq model that doesn't make the picture dimmer, that's worth the upgrade?
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