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I did , in fact, use the Samsung SSG-2100AB glasses with the Mits system, and they are identical and perform just as well as the stock Mits glasses. They are obviously from the same vendor, and for all intents and purposes, are the same glasses. Identical in every way.

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Chris, do you know if the Mits/Samsung glasses will fit over prescription glasses?
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There are some 3D Demo games you can download from the PS3 Store. Some require that you have a new 3D tv which it checks for. I could not try these out because my DLP 3D Ready TV was not detected by the PS3 and hence wouldn't run. Hopefully, the Mits converter will satisfy this check.

I have downloaded all the PS3 games for 3D and all except Pain worked perfectly with the Adapter. They even played fine when I ran the HDMi from the PS3 to my Yamaha 1.3 sound system and then to the adapter.
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advocate.....are you saying PAIN did not work with adaptor?
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Chris, do you know if the Mits/Samsung glasses will fit over prescription glasses?

Yes, they easily fit over prescription glasses. I had a 3D viewing party last nite, and several people wore rx glasses. They remarked on how comfortable the 3D glasses were over their own.
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Chris, thanks for all of the great info. I have a Mits 3D starter kit coming in on 7/14. I need at least four more pairs of glasses to supplement the two that come with the kit. What is the most economical way to go?
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Yes, they easily fit over prescription glasses. I had a 3D viewing party last nite, and several people wore rx glasses. They remarked on how comfortable the 3D glasses were over their own.

Many thanks!
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Where's the best place to purchase these right now? I'm waiting for Frys to have them just in case I want to return them or if they are defective.
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Yes! The user's guide shows using a HDMI 1.3 receiver as a switching source. So that is what Mits is recommending to use multiple 3D sources with it.

Oh hell yeah! Perfect! ^_^

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What's on the Disney 3D bluray?
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I'm interested to see if you hooked the adapter and emitter up to a different HDTV if it would also be able to project a 3D image?
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Chris, thanks for all of the great info. I have a Mits 3D starter kit coming in on 7/14. I need at least four more pairs of glasses to supplement the two that come with the kit. What is the most economical way to go?


Buy the Samsung starter pack for 185, sell the 3D Bluray for 60 bucks, gets you the glasses for $60 each.
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What's on the Disney 3D bluray?

I'll try to post a review of the Disney Bluray sampler today.
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I'm interested to see if you hooked the adapter and emitter up to a different HDTV if it would also be able to project a 3D image?

The purpose of the adapter is to convert non-checkerboard 3D signals to checkerboard so that Mitsubishi DLP's (2007 thru 2009 models) can display 3D.

It will not enable 3D on a non-Mitsubishi 3D capable TV, or any other TV for that matter. (It will only work for Mitsubishi '3D ready' TV's.)

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advocate.....are you saying PAIN did not work with adaptor?

I played with the game Pain a little more and realized that the game is not entirely in 3D. I was playing a part not in 3D. Once I corrected the error of my ways I was able to play those sections available as 3D fine. I'm sorry for my earlier post where I didn't get it right.
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I'll try to post a review of the Disney Bluray sampler today.

I don't have a 3D bluray player so I can't do the review. The entire disk is only 22 minutes long. It has trailers of a variety of Disney movies.
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Chris, thanks for all of the great info. I have a Mits 3D starter kit coming in on 7/14. I need at least four more pairs of glasses to supplement the two that come with the kit. What is the most economical way to go?

The Samsung SSG-2100AB are identical to the glasses shipped with the starter kit and work perfectly with it. You can buy these on Amazon for around $120 to $130 each.

Otherwise you would have to buy the D-Link glasses and it seems like some people have had trouble using D-Link with the IR Emitter glasses at the same time.
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I have not seen any reports from the 2 o3 3 users that got their starter kits in the last 2-3 days that they can not run the starter kit glases with the emitter and DLP-link glases at the same time.
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I have not seen any reports from the 2 o3 3 users that got their starter kits in the last 2-3 days that they can not run the starter kit glases with the emitter and DLP-link glases at the same time.

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So there is a glitch. I had previously ordered a set of the Xpand 102's. I had noticed before that they work best with the 3D reversed in the Mits Menu. Although the Xpand work fine with the Directv broadcast in 3D and the reversed Mits output, the glasses in Kit work without the reversal. If I want to use all three sets of glasses, the Xpand's have to be worn upside down.

I am using the emitter for the Kit glasses....[snip]

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Reversal is required when they are opening the content for the left eye when the contetent for the right eye are being displayed and vice-versa. It two differnt kinds of glases are not in sync with revesed or non reversed mode then you have a severe problem. I have not idea on how to solve the problem. Regrefully you decided to try and use them both at the same time.


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Just got back from BestBuy where I watched a Samsung 3D tv w/ Samsung glasses. Watchd the World Cup final for about 10 minutes. This was my first time seeing 3D tv.

I was disappointed at the picture, frankly. While the 3 D effect was interesting, it was not what I thought it would be. The picture was slightly darker, as expected with the glasses, but my eyes bothered me after about 5 minutes. As the camera followed the play, the crowds in the background were slightly blurry, but not in the norman "blurry" way. It was almost as if my eyes were out of sync with each other; the ball was slightly blurry as it moved also. Overall the picture was sharp.

I simply didn't want to watch anymore even though I could have at the display with 2 soft chairs and just me watching.

I am a little bummed out now. I couldn't wait for the Mitu. adapter/glasses to come out but now I'm wondering if I want to spend $400 to see a picture which doesn't look as natural as my Mitsu.73837 HD.

Could it have been the Samsung TV? Or what do you think I experienced?
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anyone test this to see if it is compatible with 3d vision and HTPC?

We might have to wait for nvidia 3dtv play software. but it would be nice if the emitter was the same as nvidia's

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I don't have a 3D bluray player so I can't do the review. The entire disk is only 22 minutes long. It has trailers of a variety of Disney movies.

Can anyone confirm whether it includes Working for Peanuts?
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Can anyone confirm whether it includes Working for Peanuts?

From the Back Cover of the Mits Demo Disk:

Shorts: Working for Peanuts and Timon and Rumba's 3D Experience

Trailers: Disney's a Christmas Carol, Alice in Wonderland, Toy Story 3

Clips: Disney's a Christmas Carol, G-Force, The Nightmare before Christmas


Mine is going up on Ebay once I take some Pictures.
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Can anyone confirm whether it includes Working for Peanuts?

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What Disney content is on the included 3D BD?

Here's a quick review of the included Disney 3D Showcase DVD:

The disc runs less that a half hour. The overall picture quality ranges from to good to excellent. Scenes of flat animated characters such as Timon and Pumba (Lion King), and Donald Duck are obviously not exceptionally 3D, although it looks decent. The disc really shines when it shows clips from 3D movies such as Christmas Carol.

Here's a rundown on the content:
Disc opens with Timon and Pumba explaining the wonders of the new 3D systems, especially the glasses. They tlak about how great the new 3D looks and you see a very quick teaser clip of Miley Cyrus in concert, which looks excellent.

Next they introduce a series of movie trailers, whcih are:

Christmas Carol: Outstanding 3D effects...looks great!!

Alice in Wonderland: I saw this at the theaters. Good movie, good actors, so-so 3D effect. But I will say it looks BETTER on my TV than it did on the movie theater. I wonder if they touched it up for Blu ray?

Toy Story 3; Haven't seen it yet...great trailer..great 3D!!

Next Timon and Pumba introduce several 3D film clips:

Christmas Carol: A scene with the ghost of Christmas past...best clip on the disc. Beautiful special effects..outstanding!

G-Force: I've never heard of this....a mixture of live action and talking animals (hamsters, etc.) Very funny...great effects!

Nightmare Before Christmas: I have to tell you, one of my favorite films anyway. It's been remastered in 3D...and it looks pretty darn good. I'm really looking forward to it's 3D release now!

And lastly, there is a funny Donald Duck animated film featuring Chip & Dale. Again, flat animation with a light 3D effect. Good 3d, not great. The kids will love this part. I thought it was cute.

So that's it!
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Thanks for the review Chris H! Could you please take a pic of the front and back cover?

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James is happy now

LOL!

Yeah...it's a personal favorite. I've seen it theatrically 4 times: 3 times in dual-35mm and once in Disney 3D (RealD).

If anyone wants to part with their demo disc, shoot me a PM.
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Thanks for the review Chris H! Could you please take a pic of the front and back cover?

Here you go!
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Here you go!

Thanks Chris! Every little Info helps the wait!

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