Originally Posted by William
the MV3D really do a great job of reducing x-talk. They also seem to preserve the color balance much better than the Expands. Did you get the ethernet pin assignment to wire them? I may have to look at getting them.
Subjective question; Do you feel the color balance, brightness and 3D effect of the MV3D's as good or better than the Sony's?
I didn't get the ethernet pinouts yet... I originally assumed it wasn't going to work with the IR since it didn't work with the JVC IR emitter. It works just fine with the Sony which is good news.
The MV3D's have a unique cooler colored tint than the other glasses, although the Sony (when activated) looks closer to the MV3D tint color than the yellowish/green Xpand103's (which stay that color when the shutters are activated).
I have to spend more time before deciding which glasses are all around best, it was 4am when I discovered the setting that looks as good as it does. Since I can have all 3 glasses (Sony/Xpand/MV3D) running at the same time, I'll go through more of the tough ghosting scenes to see how the MV3D in this particular setting works and let you guys know.
Originally Posted by Roshy
The monsters look great! I agree! Although it is a tad bit darker, but not by much, definitely worth a bit darker to get virtually no ghosting. I might have to look into getting some monsters. Zombie, are the settings you are using something you could post?
I don't know anything about the monsters, but sounds like you need another power connection near the projector for it? Ill have to make sure I wire up both plugs when I install stuff this and next week. I was originally planning on only hooking up the projector.
They are a tad darker, likely because of the timing settings I am running in the RF module. They are measured in colored leds (1-5) with minor flickering in between that can change quite a bit going from one LED to the next. There is no way to look at the module and say exactly what the settings are.
There is a PC program that can be used to program the module via the USB port.. upload changes to the RF modules and then hook it up to see the results. I don't think it can be done in real time which is a pain. I will do it anyway since i'd like to help identify the settings I am running before I change them and forget how I got this to begin with.
btw, there is no setting in the glasses brightness or 3D settings for the Sony glasses that can get as ghost free as the image you see with the MV3D's. This is something unique in the RF module that allowed me to tune it out. I was never able to get this far tuning out the ghosting with these glasses and the JVC, so I might have to go back and try again.
I'll have more info later in the week, I am definitely going to be doing some more comparing between the 3.
I do see what your talking about with the Sony glasses. I don't see it as a problem as the movie is playing, but you found a good scene to make it stand out if you play around with it. odd that it doesn't happen in the slightest bit on the 103's or the MV3D's.