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post #121 of 130
Thanks for your reply.

I have two pairs of 101s and the more I use them the more I like them. I had previously read the optics are the same so I assume performance would be the same with both. I am also concerned the lenses are smaller as someone reported seeing the frames Still wonder why the 201s aren't available in the USA.
post #122 of 130
Lenses on the 201s are definitely smaller, but it's not a problem and I even wear prescription glasses.
post #123 of 130
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Lenses on the 201s are definitely smaller, but it's not a problem and I even wear prescription glasses.


Wish Amazon US sold these, I would order a pair knowing they would be easy to return if I wasn't happy.
post #124 of 130
I am considering ordering 2 pairs of the optima 201 s from them also. 117 each ouch. I like the optima 101 pair that i have but alittle smaller and lighter would be nice. As others here have said it boggles my mind why they dont sell the 201 s in the US.
post #125 of 130
I have an acer 9500 projector and the tru depth glasses did not come close to the quality of the ones that came with the projector. The ones that came with the projector were optoma 201 in white. I ended up ordering Optoma 201 from amazon.co.uk. They are cheaper than buying from some place in the US that then marks them up. I am interested to try the new Xpand Edux 3 3D glasses because of the larger viewing serface. Please let me know if you have tried these, found here: http://www.xpand.me/products/xpand-edux-3-3d-glasses/
post #126 of 130
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I have an acer 9500 projector and the tru depth glasses did not come close to the quality of the ones that came with the projector. The ones that came with the projector were optoma 201 in white. I ended up ordering Optoma 201 from amazon.co.uk. They are cheaper than buying from some place in the US that then marks them up. I am interested to try the new Xpand Edux 3 3D glasses because of the larger viewing serface. Please let me know if you have tried these, found here: http://www.xpand.me/products/xpand-edux-3-3d-glasses/

I don't find them anywhere.any online store?,the xpand price tag is high.
post #127 of 130
Ya direct route is the only way I have seen them. They have the IR ones on amazon for half the price of ordering direct. I hope dlp link ones will make it there for the IR price. The Xpand website does show they are new, so maybe near future. I just don't know what percent of the market has dlp link tv or projectors... So I don't know if they will be mass produced or a direct buy only thing.
post #128 of 130
the new true depth,the one that work on 144hz are amazing,tried them on Acer H7532BD.
for now they are sold on their online store,another thing I bought their universal ones,and they work great with samsung un es8000
post #129 of 130
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the new true depth,the one that work on 144hz are amazing,tried them on Acer H7532BD.
for now they are sold on their online store,another thing I bought their universal ones,and they work great with samsung un es8000

The new 3DACtive DLP sold by Dimensional Optics are the same glasses but cost 2 Pairs for $99 and come with nice cases. You must order them direct since they just go the new ones in that support 144kz.
I have these and the True Depth and they have the same model number on them. They are great.
post #130 of 130
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The new 3DACtive DLP sold by Dimensional Optics are the same glasses but cost 2 Pairs for $99 and come with nice cases. You must order them direct since they just go the new ones in that support 144kz.
I have these and the True Depth and they have the same model number on them. They are great.

i read the website, where did it say it support 144khz on the glasses. where do i buy it from?
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