Well, I've done a lot of research on compatible glasses since my last post (which nobody responded to). Now I'm trying to narrow it down to see what the best option is. From what I gather, here are my choices:
I currently have three pairs of NVidia 3dVision glasses which I would like to be able to use if they're widely regarded as providing good PQ.
To use those, I could purchase this IR emitter off of Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Protocol-Gen2-Universal-Emitter-Glasses/dp/B004OUO3UU/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1353361883&sr=8-4&keywords=gen2+ir+nvidia
It would plug into the back of the unit and work with the NVidia glasses. There is only one review though, and I'm skeptical of dropping $65 for something without any feedback, especially considering the abundance of compatibility issues with 3D. Cost, $65
I could get this IR emitter which has been referenced in this thread http://www.amazon.com/3DTV-Corp-Emitter-Compatible-Mitsubishi/dp/B004SJRUEI/ref=?ie=UTF8&m=A1FTN8U0TJVR2G
It says it works with all Samsung compatible glasses, and most Mitsubishi glasses. Cost $59 plus I would have to buy additional glasses.
I could get this emitter which has also been referenced in this thread: http://www.ultimate3dheaven.com/3dtrformisa3.html
It says it is compatible with Samsung and Mitsubishi glasses. There seemed to be a few issues of people having trouble with this one in the thread though, although it seemed to be isolated incidents. Cost, $20 plus glasses.
So which route would be the best for best PQ and ease of use?