Originally Posted by HDholic
I also considered the Monsters or Optomas replica so I'm happy that they work with the dlp (at same time as dlp link is a bonus). Do the Monsters get rid of the dlp link "tint" of your set? I have a Samsung Dlp and hope it does. How is the pic quality?
Do you have any IR glasses? Wonder if they would work at the same time with the RF Monster glasses.
No, I don't have any IR glasses nor am I using an IR emitter. PS3 to the
Mits 3D-A then to the TV. And then the monster 3d vesa pi directly to the back of the TV.I didn't notice any "tint" or anything like that, the only annoying issue is the buzzing sound which I called Monster tech support on and they said that's how the shutter glasses work and that they are not defective. Fortunately my theater system is quite loud so only an issue when I pause. Now I did call xpand, Monster, and Mits tech support and neither one could answer my question and told me to call the other (typical). From what they all told me, this is not possible, 2nd that the Monstervision should be plugged into the back of the Mits 3D-A and not the TV.
Only thing I am not sure of and no one knew the answer is when I go to the 3D mode and turn it on, I also have the option of "standard" or "reverse" mode. anyone know which I should be in?
However, a few things I'd like to point out, the Monster is a bit brighter and more natural where as the x102 is slightly darker and a bit more vivid in colors. I got both to test out which was better. It was a tough decision, but I think I am keeping the Monster version.
Here's a few things I did when A/B testing both (and yes there were times I had one on top of the other to switch back and forth).
Did this with a 3D native movie and other Blu-Ray's using 3D-Bee converter box.
Reason going with the Monstervision (despite the annoying buzzing) is that they are rechargeable, bit brighter and more natural, no loss of 3D. And Xpand is coming out with x104 end of the year'ish that use the RF system as well and will rechargeable.
The X102 are great, but the fact that I have to change batteries (even though they are rated at 120 hours) and that the batteries are so proprietary (not the usual kind you can just go to rite-aid) killed it for me.