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3D Heaven Ultra-Clear Glasses

post #1 of 491
Thread Starter 
Hi,

I searched and could not find any threads about theses glasses.

http://www.ultimate3dheaven.com/dlp3dwiglfis.html

Anyone tried them or know anything about them?


Thanks,

Steve
post #2 of 491
Nice find. I'm also interested to know how these perform, especially considering their cost.
post #3 of 491
I have been looking at these too. They are for sale at e-bay, but so far no buyer feedback on them. I like the way they look, but will wait for some reviews before I spend my money.
post #4 of 491
They look like chinese 3D Vision knock-offs with Samsung IR compatibility instead.
post #5 of 491
Thread Starter 
Who wants to be the guinea pig and try a pair out?

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! If these are not the best 3D Glasses you have ever tried you are welcome to return them within 30 days for a full refund of the purchase price (minus S&H). per ebay


Steve
post #6 of 491
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Originally Posted by stevenc64 View Post

Who wants to be the guinea pig and try a pair out?

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! If these are not the best 3D Glasses you have ever tried you are welcome to return them within 30 days for a full refund of the purchase price (minus S&H). per ebay


Steve

Whats the link to the eBay auction?
post #7 of 491
Hey, the price ain't bad. Probably worth a shot.
post #8 of 491
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Originally Posted by banduraj View Post

Whats the link to the eBay auction?

There are several auctions. Just do an item search for "Samsung ultraclear".
post #9 of 491
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post #10 of 491
OMG these are a tease. I think right now the main flaw is glasses and man a better cheaper option I would be pumped!
post #11 of 491
I got Chinese glasses which are now 25 years old and they work the same as the day when I bought them.
They will outlast your 3D TV, so why not buy it?

Mathew Orman
post #12 of 491
I'm one of those customers who purchased them from ultimateheaven3d.com...and guess what? They work and work well! We bought 3 pair for $150! I was admittedly nervous but they work well. They come with similar carrying pouch to the Samsungs and synch just fine. It's good reason for Samsung to take note and lower their absurd pricing!
post #13 of 491
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Originally Posted by skatze View Post

I'm one of those customers who purchased them from ultimateheaven3d.com...and guess what? They work and work well! We bought 3 pair for $150! I was admittedly nervous but they work well. They come with similar carrying pouch to the Samsungs and synch just fine. It's good reason for Samsung to take note and lower their absurd pricing!

When you say they work well, do you mean perfect? Also are they very comfortable to wear? The Mitsubishi glasses are very comfortable. Others I have tried are not. Do they come with battery, and do you know how long they last? Last question. Do they shut off automatically when not viewing the 3d?

Thanks, Ron
post #14 of 491
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Originally Posted by skatze View Post

I'm one of those customers who purchased them from ultimateheaven3d.com...and guess what? They work and work well! We bought 3 pair for $150! I was admittedly nervous but they work well. They come with similar carrying pouch to the Samsungs and synch just fine. It's good reason for Samsung to take note and lower their absurd pricing!

What kind of TV do you have, LED or Plasma? Also, do they work as good as the Samsung brand glasses or better? Any reduction in crosstalk? What about the tint? Is the tint the same color or different?
post #15 of 491
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Originally Posted by banduraj View Post

What kind of TV do you have, LED or Plasma? Also, do they work as good as the Samsung brand glasses or better? Any reduction in crosstalk?

Bumping this question.
post #16 of 491
I just ordered 2 pairs of them for my samsung pn50c490 they should be here in 2-4 day ill let you guys know how good they work compared to the sg2100ab that come with the tv
post #17 of 491
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Originally Posted by m0neymilk View Post

I just ordered 2 pairs of them for my samsung pn50c490 they should be here in 2-4 day ill let you guys know how good they work compared to the sg2100ab that come with the tv

Looking forward to your post. Thanks in advance!

Ed
post #18 of 491
First one to find out if they are compatible with the new 3D JVCs, please post!
post #19 of 491
Waiting patiently to hear the results. I'm tempted to go grab two right now to use with my Samsung LED.
post #20 of 491
I'm also curious to hear how well these work with the Mitsubish 3DC-1000. I have my rebate in with Mits for the free package and wanted to purchase a couple extra glasses, but it hasnt arrived yet so I cant just get these and try them out.
post #21 of 491
Was just about to purchase some new samsung glasses and also heard samsung is releasing new glasses very soon... Any info on this?
post #22 of 491
just got the glasses in the mail they work better than the samsung glasses they dont look as cool but to me theyre more comfortable and theyre made of thicker plastic they work on pn50c490 plasma so im pretty sure theyll work on any tv the samsung glasses work on.Came in just in time 4 black ops.
post #23 of 491
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Originally Posted by m0neymilk View Post
just got the glasses in the mail they work better than the samsung glasses they dont look as cool but to me theyre more comfortable and theyre made of thicker plastic they work on pn50c490 plasma so im pretty sure theyll work on any tv the samsung glasses work on.Came in just in time 4 black ops.
m0neymilk, to repeat myself above.... Any reduction in crosstalk? What about the tint? Is the tint the same color or different? How do you think they would do over another pair of glasses, prescription, for instance? And cutout issues, do you see any?
post #24 of 491
Quote:
Originally Posted by m0neymilk View Post
just got the glasses in the mail they work better than the samsung glasses they dont look as cool but to me theyre more comfortable and theyre made of thicker plastic they work on pn50c490 plasma so im pretty sure theyll work on any tv the samsung glasses work on.Came in just in time 4 black ops.

Do they have a green tint?

Are they brighter than the Samsung glasses?

Thanks!
post #25 of 491
Well, I took the plunge and ordered 2 pair of these things as well. I will try and answer some of the questions that no one else has when they come in.
post #26 of 491
I ordered a pair for my samsung 50c7000. I just hope there better than the the starter pack ones. I'll post after they get here.
post #27 of 491
Interested to hear more reviews on these also - specifically crosstalk. I bought the 3dfx converter and a bunch of old stereo dvd's from this guy years ago on ebay and communication was great. Pretty sure it's the same fellow

Anyone with info on the supposed new samsung glasses?
post #28 of 491
Waiting for some more reviews of these as well.

Ed
post #29 of 491
Thread Starter 
Well I took a chance and ordered 2 via the ebay auction. I figured at $50 a pop it was worth a try. First my setup. I have a 2009 73" Mitsubishi DLP. I run my 3D content through a different HDMI input so I don't have to keep changing my settings. I use "bright" and adjusted the contrast to my personal taste.

With these settings I have found the color, brightness, and black levels more than acceptable with the standard Mitsubishi/Samsung glasses.

My thoughts on the Ultra-Clear glasses.

The picture quality seems very close to the Mitsubishi glasses. I could not see a significant difference. The ear piece portion of the frames are made of softer more flexible plastic which seems "cheaper" but I find them much more comfortable.

The lenses are a different shape and are completely surrounded by the frame as opposed to the Mitsubishi glasses which do not have any frame on the bottom. Again I like the Ultra-Clears better because they seem to block out ambient light better and I find the Mitsubishi glasses too narrow from top to bottom.

So overall I like the Ultra-Clears better than the Mitsubishi/Samsung glasses.

Would like to hear other peoples opinion.

Thanks,

Steve
post #30 of 491
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Originally Posted by stevenc64 View Post

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So overall I like the Ultra-Clears better than the Mitsubishi/Samsung glasses.

Would like to hear other peoples opinion.

Thanks,

Steve

I am still waiting for mine, as I believe they are out of stock and probably won't ship until the end of the week. How do you think they would do over prescription glasses?
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