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I want to add more glasses for my 4 yr old Mits 3d DLP tv with Mits kit.

What is the best out there?

What is a good pair for the price for extras?
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Tried the XPAND103's but they were just way too dark. Switched over to the Monster Vision Max 3D and couldnt be happier. Picture is bright as can be and can barely tell you have glasses on. Very comfortable!!

I have a mitsubishi 92840 and the transmitter just plug right in to the emitter on the back, update the firmware, and your all set!

The Monster's can can be had for 59.95 from monster plus coupon code "friendsandfamily25offx2012" will make it even cheaper. Can also be picked up from Monster's eBay store for 59.95.
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try the xpand x102 dlp link glasses or the x104 youniversal glasses if you have an ir emitter for your tv.
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I want to add more glasses for my 4 yr old Mits 3d DLP tv with Mits kit.

What is the best out there?

What is a good pair for the price for extras?
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try the xpand x102 dlp link glasses or the x104 youniversal glasses if you have an ir emitter for your tv.
The X102s are DLP-Link, and don't run off the IR signal that the OPs original glasses use.

There are several companies with compatible glasses.

The XpanD X104s (Youniversal) are some of the best you can get, and you can take them to other people's houses, as they're universal.

For cheap (under $40) some people like these http://www.ultimate3dheaven.com/dlp3dwiglfis.html and they work with your existing setup.

At around $60, these glasses match what you have http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SSG-2100AB-Battery-Glasses-Black/dp/B0039T7LJC (they are sold as samsung, but match exactly)

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