Originally Posted by georule
I have a Mits 2009. Looking at the manual, it seems to suggest that an IR emitter is required for 3D, and is not included. Looking at XpanD's website, danged if I can tell if the glasses come with an emitter. I would assume "no", or they'd call it out.
Do you have any insight on this? Perhaps the 3DC-1000 will come with an emitter?
If you get DLP-LINK glasses, like the XpanD X102, you don't need an emitter, even though the manual said you do. Other glasses, like the XpanD X101, require a compatible emitter to work, and you need to make sure you are buying the emitter along with the glasses.
Mits is releasing a 3D "starter pack" which includes the 3DC-1000, 2 pairs of glasses, an emitter, and a Disney 3D showcase disc. Which glasses are going to be included is not known.
I'm going to wait until I hear about pricing, availability and details of both the starter pack and the 3DC-1000 by itself before I buy glasses. If I were going to buy now, the X102's seem to be the best choice currently, if you can find them in stock.