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post #31 of 491
Thanks for the post Steven. I'm going to order a couple of these as well now. I'll post my experience with them, but I'm still waiting for my 3d kit from Mitsubishi(from the rebate offer) so it'll be awhile.
post #32 of 491
So they still have a green tint?
post #33 of 491
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Hyabusha View Post

So they still have a green tint?

Not sure. As I said, I have a separate input for my 3D content where I have tweaked my settings so the green tint is not a problem for my eyes even with the Mitsubishi glasses. Overall the picture quality is as good as or better than the Mitsubishi/Samsung glasses in my option.

Maybe someone else can comment on these glasses and the green tint.

Regarding prescription glasses I would guess the Mitsubishi/Samsung glasses would work better (from a fit standpoint) since they are more "open".

Steve
post #34 of 491
So my glasses showed up today.. There a little bigger than I thought they would be,although that does cut out some of the ambient light coming in from the sides. I was expecting about the same size as the nvidea vision glasses. No biggie though.
They are much more comfortable then the samsung starter kit glasses. I do feel like they give a brighter 3d picture also. I also think they are flickering faster than the starter ones. I seemed to be able to see the switching on the samsung starter glasses more during the daylight then these new ones. I'm happy about them so far! I would really recommend for cheaper than the brand name ones.

As far as crosstalk goes I haven't found any difference but that's something that I think has to do with my tv at this point..I have a tech coming out to check if I have a faulty tv latter today so I'll respond after he's done.

I recommend them as long as your not concerned about the style of them.. Kind of look like a raver wearing them lol.
post #35 of 491
Have anyone tried these, or any other brand on a Samsung plasma, do they lose sync like the originals do.

Thanks,
Laz.
post #36 of 491
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Originally Posted by Lazvtech View Post

Have anyone tried these, or any other brand on a Samsung plasma, do they lose sync like the originals do.

Thanks,
Laz.

That's what I have .. Samsung plasma.. Pn50c7000
post #37 of 491
I got my two pair in the mail yesterday when I got home from work. Let me be clear that these are the first pair of glasses I have tested with my TV since I got it. I don't have any of the Samsung glasses to compare with. My TV is a Samsung UN55C7000.

These glasses are large enough to fit over my perscription glasses and they do have a light green tint to them. I only had a on-demand movie with AT&T U-Verse (Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia) and a few side-by-side clips that I downloaded. All of these had serious crosstalk issues, both the wife and I got strained eyes fairly quickly. My only hope is that when my 3DBD player comes in, some of the movies are not this bad. Otherwise, I will be all around disappointed with this TV.
post #38 of 491
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Originally Posted by banduraj View Post

I got my two pair in the mail yesterday when I got home from work. Let me be clear that these are the first pair of glasses I have tested with my TV since I got it. I don't have any of the Samsung glasses to compare with. My TV is a Samsung UN55C7000.

These glasses are large enough to fit over my perscription glasses and they do have a light green tint to them. I only had a on-demand movie with AT&T U-Verse (Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia) and a few side-by-side clips that I downloaded. All of these had serious crosstalk issues, both the wife and I got strained eyes fairly quickly. My only hope is that when my 3DBD player comes in, some of the movies are not this bad. Otherwise, I will be all around disappointed with this TV.

I have the pn58c7000 for me the bluray 3D player has much better quality and very minimum crosstalk or ghosting. Those clips side by side don't compare. I just got the How to train your dragon that came with the kit to send for in the mail. The quality is incredible. I had to run to the store to get Coke and Popcorn
post #39 of 491
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Originally Posted by e3kehoe View Post

That's what I have .. Samsung plasma.. Pn50c7000

No sync issues, yellowing then?
Thank you.
post #40 of 491
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Originally Posted by Lazvtech View Post

I have the pn58c7000 for me the bluray 3D player has much better quality and very minimum crosstalk or ghosting. Those clips side by side don't compare. I just got the How to train your dragon that came with the kit to send for in the mail. The quality is incredible. I had to run to the store to get Coke and Popcorn

Last night I played around some more. I tried the previews in the 3D app that can be downloaded from Samsung. The quality of those previews were noticeable steps above the side-by-side clips and the top-bottom movie from U-Verse I was testing with. Though there was still noticeable crosstalk in scenes, it was not nearly as bad. I have a feeling the Blue-ray movies, as you mentioned, are going to be even better.
post #41 of 491
I noticed that it specified on the website that the glasses were for LED TVs, I've got a plasma. I know they manufacture the same glasses for any 3D format, but since this one's specifically saying LEd, anybody know if they'll work for Plasma?
post #42 of 491
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Originally Posted by bandit7319 View Post

I noticed that it specified on the website that the glasses were for LED TVs, I've got a plasma. I know they manufacture the same glasses for any 3D format, but since this one's specifically saying LEd, anybody know if they'll work for Plasma?

If you look a couple posts up you can see where others have said they used these glasses with Samsung Plasma models.
post #43 of 491
Well I notice none of those packages are listed anymore, but you can buy the glasses individually for $60. Might buy one pair to test out. For those of you that bought the package with the 2 pairs and the 3D video clips, how was the 3D video that came with it?
post #44 of 491
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Originally Posted by nickoakdl View Post

Well I notice none of those packages are listed anymore, but you can buy the glasses individually for $60. Might buy one pair to test out. For those of you that bought the package with the 2 pairs and the 3D video clips, how was the 3D video that came with it?

Here's the pkg $129 - 2 glasses & 3D Video

http://cgi.ebay.com/2-3D-Glasses-Sam...item3a5fc18379
post #45 of 491
Before you could get them for $100 at auction.
post #46 of 491
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Originally Posted by banduraj View Post

Last night I played around some more. I tried the previews in the 3D app that can be downloaded from Samsung. The quality of those previews were noticeable steps above the side-by-side clips and the top-bottom movie from U-Verse I was testing with. Though there was still noticeable crosstalk in scenes, it was not nearly as bad. I have a feeling the Blue-ray movies, as you mentioned, are going to be even better.

Also, some eye-strain is normal for the first few weeks. I had that problem, but now, I can watch a 2-hour movie without any eye-strain.
post #47 of 491
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Originally Posted by Lazvtech View Post


No sync issues, yellowing then?
Thank you.

No problems.. I recommend them over the samsung ones.
post #48 of 491
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Originally Posted by e3kehoe View Post

No problems.. I recommend them over the samsung ones.

Thanks for the post, very glad to hear that. I am debating whether to get these or the XpanD X103. If we wait a little they will hopefully go down in price and the Xpand ones could be a little better. After all that company makes 3D glasses for theaters.
post #49 of 491
Just ordered these and will post review once they arrive.
post #50 of 491
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Originally Posted by bigric View Post

Just ordered these and will post review once they arrive.

I did also, they just shipped, will report back on how they compare with the Samsung/Mits 3Ds & the Optomas.
post #51 of 491
I wonder if these glasses offset the 3-d mode red tint of Samsung DLPs. I am very happy with the Viewsonics I have, but I'm looking for some emitter-based extra glasses I can share with my friend who has a Samsung plasma as well as providing a better fit for kids (while getting rid of the red blacks on my TV, of course
post #52 of 491
I picked up my TV and DVD player today but the glasses are on backorder and they don't know when they will be in so I ordered these today since they have such fast shipping. I'll chime in here when I get them how they are although I have nothing to base them off of. TV I got was the Samsung PN50C7000 series plasma and I'm absolutely blown away at the 2d picture. I even think it's better than my Panny 800u.
post #53 of 491
I read somewher in this forum that XPandD X103 are not better than Samsung; its just equal than Samsungs. But these cheap ones seems to be the better ones!!...
post #54 of 491
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Originally Posted by javygonx View Post

I read somewher in this forum that XPandD X103 are not better than Samsung; its just equal than Samsungs. But these cheap ones seems to be the better ones!!...

Was that from someone who compared the two or someone who (mis)read this forum?

Sofar in this topic these ultra-clears seem similar to the samsung ones, but are more comfortable to wear and the larger frame blocks more light from your environment.

The xpand 103's -should- do a little better (brighter, less xtalk?) depending on the display type. DLP and plasma would be the obvious choices to use them with. The xpands are not as comfortable to wear and you can read more shortcomings in this subforum.
post #55 of 491
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Originally Posted by Ettepet View Post

Was that from someone who compared the two or someone who (mis)read this forum?

Sofar in this topic these ultra-clears seem similar to the samsung ones, but are more comfortable to wear and the larger frame blocks more light from your environment.

The xpand 103's -should- do a little better (brighter, less xtalk?) depending on the display type. DLP and plasma would be the obvious choices to use them with. The xpands are not as comfortable to wear and you can read more shortcomings in this subforum.

Good analysis, but let's not forget about the DLP-link Optoma's. Similiar, in most respects as the other DLP-links & the lowest priced. I had two that worked good but sent them back for bulkiness & when I switched from my 2009 WD73C9 to a 2010 WD82738. Now I have two Samsung/Mits (which we like) & two of these Ultra-clears coming, we'll see (I hope ).
post #56 of 491
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Originally Posted by Jotbill View Post

Good analysis, but let's not forget about the DLP-link Optoma's. Similiar, in most respects as the other DLP-links & the lowest priced. I had two that worked good but sent them back for bulkiness & when I switched from my 2009 WD73C9 to a 2010 WD82738. Now I have two Samsung/Mits (which we like) & two of these Ultra-clears coming, we'll see (I hope ).

I just ordered 3 pairs myself, seeing they're back in stock.

Anyone know what batteries are needed for these ultra-clears? 2032's?
post #57 of 491
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Originally Posted by e3kehoe View Post

That's what I have .. Samsung plasma.. Pn50c7000

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Originally Posted by Lazvtech View Post

I have the pn58c7000 for me the bluray 3D player has much better quality and very minimum crosstalk or ghosting.

I have Samsung plasma too. Can you guys run this crosstalk test against the original ones:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1291751
post #58 of 491
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Originally Posted by Nanite View Post

I have Samsung plasma too. Can you guys run this crosstalk test against the original ones:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1291751

3D TV model: Samsung PN58C7000 58" Plasma
3D glasses model: Samsung original battery powered.
Firmware: 1032 view from 8=10 feet.
Cell light 20, constract 95, brightness 55

Left eye open/right closed -> top half screen smaller visible number -> 1
Left eye open/right closed -> bottom half screen smaller visible number -> 5
Right eye open/left closed -> top half screen smaller visible number -> 5
Right eye open/left closed -> bottom half screen smaller visible number -> 1

If I change the constract from 95 to 85 and brightnes from 50 to 65 it goes to at least 1-10 10-1. cell light from 20 to 15 it goes to 1-18 18-1
post #59 of 491
[quote=Ettepet;19523159]I just ordered 3 pairs myself, seeing they're back in stock.

Anyone know what batteries are needed for these ultra-clears? 2032's?[/QUOTE

I'd also like to know what batteries they use.

Ed
post #60 of 491
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Originally Posted by Ettepet View Post
I just ordered 3 pairs myself, seeing they're back in stock.

Anyone know what batteries are needed for these ultra-clears? 2032's?[/QUOTE

I'd also like to know what batteries they use.

Ed
CR2032

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