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post #61 of 491
My glasses came today talk about super fast shipping. I won auction on Friday, paypal'd over the money and they came today. They shipped from California and I'm in NJ so if anyone needs glasses very fast order from these guys. Once my samsung kit comes in I'll reply with differences if any but I honestly would not hesitate to buy these again they work great.
post #62 of 491
[quote=Lee Stewart;19523849]
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Originally Posted by old corps View Post


CR2032

http://www.ultimate3dheaven.com/noname6.html

Thanks Lee, appreciate it!

Ed
post #63 of 491
Got them today.

Don't even think twice about buying them.

They are fantastic and I noticed no difference between my $199 Samsungs and these.

Great buy.

About to order 2 more.
post #64 of 491
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Originally Posted by Magowin View Post

My glasses came today talk about super fast shipping. I won auction on Friday, paypal'd over the money and they came today. They shipped from California and I'm in NJ so if anyone needs glasses very fast order from these guys. Once my samsung kit comes in I'll reply with differences if any but I honestly would not hesitate to buy these again they work great.

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Originally Posted by bigric View Post

Got them today.

Don't even think twice about buying them.

They are fantastic and I noticed no difference between my $199 Samsungs and these.

Great buy.

About to order 2 more.

Got my (2) today also. Very well packaged & included the 3D Disc they recorded, doesn't require a 3D player? They look great & feel great, soft rubber on the ear pieces instead of hard plastic digging in.
post #65 of 491
I know this might be a dumb question, but will these glasses work with the optoma hd66. It would be nice to have good glasses for cheap
post #66 of 491
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Originally Posted by dajaga007 View Post

I know this might be a dumb question, but will these glasses work with the optoma hd66. It would be nice to have good glasses for cheap

I would ask them by email/phone. They offer several solutions, each for different gear.
post #67 of 491
So those with the Samsung and Ultra-Clear 3D glasses. Are you using the Ultra glasses for comfort, or picture quality?
post #68 of 491
Does anyone know if these glasses fit over your prescription glasses
post #69 of 491
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Originally Posted by dajaga007 View Post

I know this might be a dumb question, but will these glasses work with the optoma hd66. It would be nice to have good glasses for cheap

See post #37, pm.
post #70 of 491
Would like to know if these ultimate3dheaven glasses are smaal enough for kids to wear,or are they to big.I have a 4 yr old
post #71 of 491
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Originally Posted by BIGGGDADDY72 View Post

Would like to know if these ultimate3dheaven glasses are smaal enough for kids to wear,or are they to big.I have a 4 yr old

I don't have kids, so I can't say for sure, but I think most kids would have a hard time keeping these things on.
post #72 of 491
I have the MITS 833...
will these glasses require extra emitters or adapter?
post #73 of 491
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Originally Posted by wratran View Post
I have the MITS 833...
will these glasses require extra emitters or adapter?
I believe you must have the Mits adapter unless you have a 3D Bluray player that can output checkerboard mode (Panasonic BDT100, 300 or 350). Hopefully another Mits owner will confirm. I'm thinking of getting these glasses and don't think I need the emitter/adapter if I also get one of the Panasonic checkerboard capable players. I'm sure you'd need the adapter for content from cable or satellite. I've got a Mits 73736.

Ed
post #74 of 491
I think you're going to need an emitter with these glasses, no matter what you use them with. They're not DLP Link.
post #75 of 491
what a good inexpensive IR emitter that will work with these glasses...just to good of price to pass up
post #76 of 491
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Originally Posted by wratran View Post

what a good inexpensive IR emitter that will work with these glasses...just to good of price to pass up

If these work with the Mits DLPs, then the standard Mits adapter should work. Mits owners should chime in here. I just ordered a couple of pairs for my Samsung plasma.
post #77 of 491
Will the Mits emitter work with these glasses on a Sammy LED DLP Model A750?
post #78 of 491
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Originally Posted by old corps View Post

I believe you must have the Mits adapter unless you have a 3D Bluray player that can output checkerboard mode (Panasonic BDT100, 300 or 350). Hopefully another Mits owner will confirm. I'm thinking of getting these glasses and don't think I need the emitter/adapter if I also get one of the Panasonic checkerboard capable players. I'm sure you'd need the adapter for content from cable or satellite. I've got a Mits 73736.

Ed

To be more precise, the emitter and the adapter are two separate things.

The adapter converts the various 3D formats to checkerboard for the TV to display the picture.

All Mits 3D Ready DLPs require the adapter, except the 2010 models ending in 738 or 838, which do the conversion to checkerboard internally after a firmware update. The only exception would be using certain 3D Bluray players that can output the checkerboard format directly as your source.

The emitter is a device to send IR signals to the glasses to sync the left and right eye views.

Glasses are built to match the ouput codes of the emitter and vice versa, so any glasses you buy need to have the proper emitter. That being said, the Samsung and Mits glasses were recently found to be compatible, as they use the same codes. The 3D Heaven glasses in question were also designed to be used with the Mits or Samsung emitters. (the new Samsung 3DTVs have the emitter built in).

You can buy any other brand of glasses, as long as you get the appropriate (matching) emitter, which has a VESA connector to plug into the Mits TV.

Another type of active 3D glasses is called DLP-Link. These glasses do not require an emitter, as they use a special "white flash" signal that is emitted by the DLP chip as part of the picture itself. They will work with 3D Ready Mits TVs, but as stated above, most TVs will still require the adapter.

You can purchase the Starter Pack 3DC-1000 or the Adapter Pack 3DA-1. Both come with the adapter itself, a remote, and an HDMI cable.

The Starter Pack adds an emitter, and two pairs of matching glasses, plus a 3D sample disc.

If you buy the Adapter Pack, you will also need to purchase DLP-Link glasses which require no emitter, OR glasses with a matching emitter.

Since the Starter Pack 3DC-1000 comes with the emitter and two pairs of glasses, these 3D Heaven glasses are designed to be added to that setup.

To use them without the Starter Pack emitter, you will need to purchase the Mits emitter separately from Mits parts (800) 553-7278. Order Part #SSG-2100ME/ZA.

Hope this helps.
post #79 of 491
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Originally Posted by Elvis Is Alive View Post

Will the Mits emitter work with these glasses on a Sammy LED DLP Model A750?

The Mits emitter will work with the glasses, but are you really referring to the adapter?


http://www.tru3d.com/3D_Displays/Samsung_DLP.php
post #80 of 491
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Originally Posted by Augerhandle View Post

To be more precise, the emitter and the adapter are two separate things.

The adapter converts the various 3D formats to checkerboard for the TV to display the picture.

All Mits 3D Ready DLPs require the adapter, except the 2010 models ending in 738 or 838, which do the conversion to checkerboard internally after a firmware update. The only exception would be using certain 3D Bluray players that can output the checkerboard format directly as your source.

The emitter is a device to send IR signals to the glasses to sync the left and right eye views.

Glasses are built to match the ouput codes of the emitter and vice versa, so any glasses you buy need to have the proper emitter. That being said, the Samsung and Mits glasses were recently found to be compatible, as they use the same codes. The 3D Heaven glasses in question were also designed to be used with the Mits or Samsung emitters. (the new Samsung 3DTVs have the emitter built in).

You can buy any other brand of glasses, as long as you get the appropriate (matching) emitter, which has a VESA connector to plug into the Mits TV.

Another type of active 3D glasses is called DLP-Link. These glasses do not require an emitter, as they use a special "white flash" signal that is emitted by the DLP chip as part of the picture itself. They will work with 3D Ready Mits TVs, but as stated above, most TVs will still require the adapter.

You can purchase the Starter Pack 3DC-1000 or the Adapter Pack 3DA-1. Both come with the adapter itself, a remote, and an HDMI cable.

The Starter Pack adds an emitter, and two pairs of matching glasses, plus a 3D sample disc.

If you buy the Adapter Pack, you will also need to purchase DLP-Link glasses which require no emitter, OR glasses with a matching emitter.

Since the Starter Pack 3DC-1000 comes with the emitter and two pairs of glasses, these 3D Heaven glasses are designed to be added to that setup.

To use them without the Starter Pack emitter, you will need to purchase the Mits emitter separately from Mits parts (800) 553-7278. Order Part #SSG-2100ME/ZA.

Hope this helps.

Auger-
Thanks so much for taking the time. Appreciate it! Got confused re. using DLP glasses with a checkerboard output. Now to see what Mits wants for the emitter alone.

Ed
post #81 of 491
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Originally Posted by old corps View Post

Auger-
Thanks so much for taking the time. Appreciate it! Got confused re. using DLP glasses with a checkerboard output. Now to see what Mits wants for the emitter alone.

Ed

You're welcome.
post #82 of 491
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Originally Posted by Magowin View Post

My glasses came today talk about super fast shipping. I won auction on Friday, paypal'd over the money and they came today. They shipped from California and I'm in NJ so if anyone needs glasses very fast order from these guys. Once my samsung kit comes in I'll reply with differences if any but I honestly would not hesitate to buy these again they work great.

My backordered Samsung glasses came today I lucked out and they gave me the Shrek pack ones. As for picture quality I see no difference between the two. The ebay ones are alot more comfortable and they have a full frame design so you don't see the open area if you look down. I will prob only use the Samsung ones when the battery's die in the Ebay ones until I get out to the store to get replacement battery's.
post #83 of 491
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Originally Posted by Magowin View Post


My backordered Samsung glasses came today I lucked out and they gave me the Shrek pack ones. As for picture quality I see no difference between the two. The ebay ones are alot more comfortable and they have a full frame design so you don't see the open area if you look down. I will prob only use the Samsung ones when the battery's die in the Ebay ones until I get out to the store to get replacement battery's.

Thanks for the feedback, I'm definately picking up a pair of ultra clears. I'm just hoping that they last just as long as a pair of samsungs
post #84 of 491
How are these pertaining to reflections on the lenses? With the samsung ones, I get reflections in the upper corners when watching anything...

I'm happy about the full frame design... pretty surprised that companies coming out with glasses didn't immediately notice these issues during testing.
post #85 of 491
ordered 3 pair of these. I'm glad that a more reasonably priced alternative is available.
post #86 of 491
So from reading through the thread It seem that these are more comfortable than the Mits/Samsung glasses. I've always thought they were pretty good, but if these are more comfortable and at a lot better price you can't really go wrong.

these will be my next purchase for 3d Glasses.
post #87 of 491
I am also curious about how much glare these have. I have the ELSA style glasses, and they are horrible with glare.
post #88 of 491
I ordered a pair last week. They are better than the Samsung 2100AB's that came in my 3D kit. They are more comfortable, and do not lose sync with the TV every few minutes like the Samsungs do. The only advantage the Samsungs have is they are easier to wear with perscription glasses. The 3d ultra ones don't fit as well if wearing glasses. The fact that they are half the price of the Samsungs seals the deal. I will be ordering more.
post #89 of 491
I ordered a pair of these now. I havent received my convertor from Mits yet, but once I have the convertor and these glasses I'll let you know how they compare on my WD-60C10.
post #90 of 491
I received my two pairs of Ultra Clears yesterday. Initial impressions:

They seem noticeably brighter than the Samsungs (block less light).

They seem to ghost more, maybe as a result of the brightness.

They block light more evenly than the Samsung glasses. I can move my head around with the Samsung glasses on and see ghosting shift fluidly. Not with the Ultra Clears.

Contrast and color saturation seem better on the Samsungs, but I'm going to have to adjust settings to see if it's more a function of the extra brightness.

The Ultra Clears are MUCH better in terms of sync issues. The Samsung glasses I have were better initially, but lately the sync issues are very bad. I'm going to talk to the Magnolia Store about getting replacements. The problem has become severe. It's possible my Samsung plasma is partially at fault (having several issues with it - being repaired next week).

Comfort and weight: the Samsungs are a bit lighter, but overall there's not a huge difference. I was able to wear the Ultra Clears for all of A Christmas Carol and Monsters vs Aliens with no fatigue.

More later on the contrast issue. That bothered me yesterday, and I'm going to see if I can reduce the Cell Light control to bring my TV more in line with the Samsung glasses' contrast and color. As it stands, without adjusting the picture settings in 3D mode, the Ultra Clears seem to have less contrast, and thus less depth.
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