Originally Posted by xhonzi
Just pointing out that your statement "must be DLP, 3D READY and have DLP-LINK" was incorrect.
And the 3010 isn't exactly "3D Ready". It's "3D". The emitter is built in; it comes with glasses.
Look at the Monoprice manual top of page 5 (mode 4) where it states that the output is SBS half. It is not, the image I see is frame sequential as observed without the shutter glasses.
The 3D conversion is mediocre, similar to what the Panasonic 210 3D player does. The image floats ~ 5 inches behind the screen but there is virtually no 'pop-out'.
My setup is different in that all my source devices connect to a DVDO iScan Duo VP.
So far I have only tested the converter with the Tivo Premiere as the source with the duo set to maintain the input format. But the user can select any of 2 dozen output formats from the Duo output configuration menu. I plan to test with the Duo forcing 1080/60p, 1080/50p and 1080/24p and see what that does, will report later.
Only one poster here has the Duo but uses Optoma projectors. A very different animal from the 3010 and his findings do not apply to us.
The 3010 reproduction my 3 Imax 3D documentaries and Avatar 3D are exquisite played from the Panny 210 as are the half SBS rips of these copied to my WHS and played via a 1Gbs hardwired connection to a Dune H1 and a Netgear NeoTV550.
BTW the Duo has 2 HDMI video/audio outputs, separately configurable. One to an LG 55LH90 and the other to the 3010. The Monoprice converter is connected at the projector.
The third Duo HDMI is audio only and connected ta a Sony 1010 AVR for 7.1 sound reproduction.
The Duo connects to the 3010 with a 25 foot Monoprice hi speed cable, works perfectly, and I have a Monoprice 4/2 switcher/splitter but for now I just swap cables to the projector from the 3D creator and the direct input.
BTW the 3D converter is new and was delivered and installed last week.
Would appreciate your comments.