Originally Posted by William
Since you are probably getting your's first are you going to start the "Official VLP-HW30ES Owners" thread?
technically the first owners are Kraine, Cine4home & Clehner..
I appreciate these guys taking the time to post the initial measurements, it will be interesting to see how sample variance plays a role when I calibrate mine.
if no one else creates the thread by Monday night, I'll set it up. My plan is to calibrate it and then run through some of my 2D reference disks and then on to the 3D settings. I have just about ever single piece of 3D content available, but the torture test is the Monster V. Alien Bridge scene and any scene in 'Sammy's Adventure' which crushes my RS50 in regard to ghosting.
I don't expect miracles though, and don't expect the Sony is going to compete with my Acer 5360. The lack of visible ghosting on this cheap $500 3d DLP is remarkable. You can try as hard as possible to see it, it's just not there.
Kraine or Ekki - is there any chance you guys have access to find out the pin-outs on the RJ45 connection for the 3D port? I am a big fan of my Monster Vision 3D RF glasses which uses the standard 3 pin VESA port. If I can find out the pinouts, it should be easy to make a custom cable so I can continue to use my RF glasses.
The Sony glasses look very green in the few posts I've seen (similar to my Nvidia and Xpand 103's) and much prefer the more neutral tint of the Monster Visions.
Xpand 103, MV3D, Nvidia 3D vision