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post #1 of 3 Old 08-03-2013, 06:39 PM - Thread Starter
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So my RS4810 is being installed and installer says I can only watch 3D movies with this projector if I order something called a 3D synchro emitter.

Is he right??
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Yes. The emitter is needed to synchronize the 3D glasses to the image on your screen.
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yup, mine was bundled in with purchase(emitter and 2 pairs of glasses) along with a spare bulb. I don't know if it was a jvc promotion or the store, but it was nice to get it all free. I don't think I would have personally bought it otherwise, not a fan of 3D

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