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post #1 of 3 Old 08-11-2014, 12:06 AM - Thread Starter
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dlp link with Mitsubishi hc7900dw

I want to ask a question about dlp-link technology. Are all of Mitsubishi 3D Ready projectors compatible with DLP Link glasses, is Mitsubishi hc7900dw support that techology? The user guide of hc7900dw does not have any word about this technology. However, official site of dlp says
Every 3D Ready DLP projector offers DLP Link. Be sure to ask about DLP Link ready glasses that work with 3D Ready DLP projectors. It’s the perfect combination of reliable DLP technology and innovation that is driving a new breed of 3D technology.
if it's true, then why does ir emetter need? Also, sorry for my very bad english.
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Normally DLP projectors and TV sets have DLP Link technology built-in. This projector is weird, as it uses IR technology for 3D not DLP Link. So you will need an IR emitter and compatible glasses.
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The line of Xpand 105 IR glasses that were made for this pj are better performers than almost any DLP-Link glasses.

The IR emitter comes with the pj in most cases so you shouldnt have to spend too much extra money.

Also, with this pj, the 3D is sent out at 48fps per eye as opposed to the usual 24fps per eye but not sure if that will still apply when DLP-Link is turned on.
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