Originally Posted by Carey P
Good to know, thanks! I assume you have a Panny 3D TV that has a charging port for their glasses, but I wonder what others here are going to use to charge Panny glasses since the AE7000 doesn't have this.
They recommend the Sanyo mobile Booster, but that's an expensive way to go on top of the expensive glasses. Can any USB outlet charge those Panny glasses?
I have a 3D Panasonic plasma, which is one reason why the 7000 is basically a no brainer ,for me, as I won't have to buy more glasses, the ones I already have will work (so they say..so they say..). My current FP is a Panny 3000, I didn't think the 4000 would be enough of an upgrade to justify replacing the 3000. But as I've had the 3000 for going on 3 years (a record for me) and the 7000 is a big jump in pq (again, so I've heard...), well, between the 3D ability with basically no ghosting/ crosstalk, and even better skin tones, colors, brightness, sealed light path (did I hear that right?)..well.. I'm looking forward to satisfying my upgradetitus.
AFAIK, any powered USB port will work to recharge the glasses.. I have a powered hub to charge several at once. I'm wondering if I should wait for the projector before seeing THOR as I have it in Blu-ray 3D...But with the new chassis, I'll have to change mounts as mine only fits the older brick shaped Panny Projectors, it's not universal... (and now I'm wondering if that long HDMI run from my receiver (Onkyo 3008) can handle a 480hz 3D signal, or if I'll need to get higher speed HDMI cable...hummmm)...kf