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I have an optoma HD33

in order to be able to watch 3d content.. be it blu rays, ps3 games tv channels etc..

do i need an emitter and glasses

or

3d-xl adapter

or

both?
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If you bought it new or manufacture refurbed it should have come with an RF emitter. All you need are either DLP link glasses or if you have the emitter then Optoma rf glasses will also work. Also any compatible IR emitter will work with matching glasses. I believe there are also compatible Bluetooth emitters for Bluetooth glasses. Your cheapest option is any DLP link glasses no emitter needed

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If you bought it new or manufacture refurbed it should have come with an RF emitter. All you need are either DLP link glasses or if you have the emitter then Optoma rf glasses will also work. Also any compatible IR emitter will work with matching glasses. I believe there are also compatible Bluetooth emitters for Bluetooth glasses. Your cheapest option is any DLP link glasses no emitter needed


sorry man i am confused by your answer...


"If you bought it new or manufacture refurbed it should have come with an RF emitter."


i bought it new, and it didnt come with emitter nor glasses..

"All you need are either DLP link glasses or if you have the emitter then Optoma rf glasses will also work."

whats the difference?



"I believe there are also compatible Bluetooth emitters for Bluetooth glasses."


are these better then non bluetooth glasses and emitter? why?
i think the blue tooth emitter has to keed getting changed coz the are not directly connected to the projector.. but why would it be a better option..
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When I bought mine it came with the RF emitter, maybe they don't include it any more. There is a red flash that the DLP link glasses sync to that some believe causes a contrast loss so some claim the RF is a better option but a lot more expensive. All the glasses for this projector ether need to be recharged or the batteries replaced as they are active. Just buy some DLP link glasses off ebay for about $20 and try them out

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When I bought mine it came with the RF emitter, maybe they don't include it any more. There is a red flash that the DLP link glasses sync to that some believe causes a contrast loss so some claim the RF is a better option but a lot more expensive. All the glasses for this projector ether need to be recharged or the batteries replaced as they are active. Just buy some DLP link glasses off ebay for about $20 and try them out



so i have to buy the emitter and some glasses.. what is the 3d-xl adapter? is it required?
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No you do not need an emitter for DLP link glasses, the DLP setting in the projector creates a red sync flash on the screen that the glasses sync to. No adapter of any kind is needed.

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