Originally Posted by nickels55
I'd love to try them on my set to see if they solve these issues that I've seen with almost every pair of glasses I've used:
Black blacks (no red tint from DLP link)
Polarization rainbow - glasses polarization angle + tv screen = rainbow on right side of TV
Color shifting - if you swivel your head do the colors on the screen change from cool to warm?
Sync in daylight - how do these glasses work in the day?
Sync reversal - can you switch the shutter L/R order (for mixing with IR glasses) ?
How do they fit on kids small faces?
I set for around $70 isn't bad. I guess I will put these on my short list of glasses to try out.
You'll be happy with these I'm pretty sure. I've tested a lot of glasses, but only on my 60" Mitsubishi DLP, so I can't say for sure that all DLP televisions/projectors are created equally, but I don't think there will be any major differences.
-Blacks are Black, no green or red tint. I only experienced that when I bought a pair of Xpand X103 which use the IR system and are not DLP Link though. I didn't know that pre 2010 models do not have the option to shut off the dlp link, so dlp-link glasses are my only option.
-I've played a lot of games and watched a few movies and never noticed any rainbow effects or color shifting, and I did tilt my head on purpose to test this out.
-I have a fair amount of ambient light in my living room during the day (even with the blinds shut), and the only thing I noticed was that it took a few seconds longer to initially sync, but once synced, they were perfectly and never lost sync once.
-These do have the sync reverse button (power button), you press it once to turn them on, twice to reverse, and hold it down to turn them off. Works very nicely.
-These are easily the most comfortable and durable glasses I've tried so far, which is the main reason I decided to stick with these. The lenses are the same size as the others, but they seem to have trimmed off absolutely every bit of unnecessary fat. No extra plastic anywhere and the arms are foldable and made of a very strong semi-soft/hard rubber that bend but aren't flimsy, so they will hold tight on the side of your heads, but also don't hurt you. Perfect balance. My sister is petite, and all the other glasses fell off her head like they were designed for a giant, and with these, they fit her perfectly. On the other hand, I have a very big head, but they still fit perfectly, so they really figured out the best way to balance the design. Also another big plus is that they have the rubber nose piece (3 different sizes), so they don't slip off your face if you sweat a little bit (like the older models). As far as weight is concerned, they aren't as light as a normal pair of glasses, but definitely not heavy by any means, just what you would expect. They feel very well built, not like a cheap piece of plastic.
I would definitely recommend them. It took me 2 very frustrating months to finally find the right set for me, so I know what a big chore it is to find something that meets all your expectations. Good Luck!