Originally Posted by InCali
I think I read that the theater can use either RF or DLP glasses? By reading the above, it appears that the RF glasses (at least) are proprietary and (therefore) expensive. Is that also true for DLP glasses?
Is there a direct contact where I can get info? The webpage doesn't really seem to be active. I sent an email to "sales@3DNow.com", but never got an answer. If there's any chance of me getting my grubby little paws on one of these newer model theater units and testing it on my projector, I'd maim, kill, and pay to do it.....
Not sure what you mean by the newer model.
The current Theater is same as last year except now it has the 3DNow logo on it.
The next generation Theater's have not been released.
The DLP glasses need to be used with a DSP type display via DLP-Link. DLP-link glasses
are fixed to 120hz so the display has to support that frequency.
RF glasses are not so much proprietary but more flexible with a increased cost component.
DLP glasses come with their admirers and detracters in the area of color rendition brand dependent
if you peruse some of the other threads around AVS.
The Theater will work with Rf, IR, DLP-link depending on the video configuration to be used.
The new partnership with 3DVIP and 3DNow is in it's infancy, so I do not know whether their infrastructure is responding timely to questions at this stage.
Did you try 3DNow's 866 number?
If you wrote them last week they were probably tied up with CES work.