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post #1 of 8 Old 07-16-2011, 07:30 AM - Thread Starter
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I put this question in here because it looked to me like the RF glasses from VIP are at least using the Bit Cauldron tech. It also says on VIP's website that they have DLP Link glasses available. There is however no info on there page about there DLP link glasses (no pictures, tech sheet, nothing). From a search for VIP DLP link glasses I found a picture that looked like the Ultra Clears in a different color. So just curious if anyone has bought the DLP Link glasses from VIP and if they have any more info such as if they are the Ultra Clears or possibly the BC3000 glasses or something else entirely? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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I put this question in here because it looked to me like the RF glasses from VIP are at least using the Bit Cauldron tech. It also says on VIP's website that they have DLP Link glasses available. There is however no info on there page about there DLP link glasses (no pictures, tech sheet, nothing). From a search for VIP DLP link glasses I found a picture that looked like the Ultra Clears in a different color. So just curious if anyone has bought the DLP Link glasses from VIP and if they have any more info such as if they are the Ultra Clears or possibly the BC3000 glasses or something else entirely? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Didn't buy from them but from True Depth 3D.
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Are these them?

DLP Link 3D Active Shutter glasses for 3D Ready DLP TVs/projectors

http://www.curtpalme.com/DLPLinkGlasses.shtm
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Those also appear to be identical to the Ultra Clear glasses, in another color.

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That's what I thought6 as well.
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I emailed the company for info - I'll let you know if they ever respond.
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Here is the reply to my email to them:
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The BC3000 DLP are not available at this time. However, the BC5000 will work with DLP displays that provide a 3D sync output port. The Bit Cauldron BC5000 are currently available in retail through Monster Cable http://www.monstercable.com/max3d/default.asp and VIP-3D http://www.3d-vip.com/.

Best regards,
xxxx xxxxxxx
Bit Cauldron Corporation
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EStar America is now offering DLP Link Glasses that incorporate Bit Cauldron technology. They are awesome (but as a Bit Cauldron technology partner I am biased). Links to these glasses on the EStar America website and amazon:
http://www.estaramerica.com/dlp-link-glasses.html
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CRN3D98

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