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post #271 of 367
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Originally Posted by WynsWrld98 View Post

New Epson 6010 owner bought 2 pair Sony Playstation 3D glasses on sale from Best Buy for $40, me and spouse tried them and compared them to the Epson 3D glasses. To make a long story short the Sony glasses are getting returned and I'm buying more Epson 3D glasses. The comfort of the Epson glasses are much, much better. The Sony glasses are fine for about 10 minutes but then are uncomfortable (for us) and the image looks a bit better on the Epson. The only thing that frustrates me about the Epson glasses is that they aren't USB-rechargeable like the Sony glasses are.

BTW put the 3D Brightness setting to High (that affects brightness of glasses) and watched a lot of The Ultimate Wave Tahiti and Avatar and so no negative effects (no ghosting/etc.) and definitely ups the brightness on my 1.3 gain screen.

I too thought the Epson had a little more 3D pop. The PS3 glasses felt more comfotable
post #272 of 367
Don't know if anyone has tried or maybe I missed it but...

VIZIO VSG102

LINK: http://www.amazon.com/VIZIO-VSG102-R...1078958&sr=1-1

Has anybody tried these glasses with the Epson 3010, 5010, or the 6010 yet? They're really cheap at $66 for 2 pair.
post #273 of 367
The 4 pairs of Samsung 3d glasses (P2100) and the two pairs of NXG rechargeables which I use with my Samsung PN50c490B (plasma) all work with my Epson 3010 projector when the TV and Projector are running simultaneously with the same video signal in the same room. And yes, the Epson glasses work with the Samsung under the same conditions.

This tells me if I could simply get a device which receives an hdmi video input and spits out a Samsung compatible IR emitter signal, I'd be good to go with both types of glasses. The 3010 has an external output but it's not VESA.

Wish I was a video engineer.
post #274 of 367
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Originally Posted by chucky08016 View Post

Don't know if anyone has tried or maybe I missed it but...

VIZIO VSG102

LINK: http://www.amazon.com/VIZIO-VSG102-R...1078958&sr=1-1

Has anybody tried these glasses with the Epson 3010, 5010, or the 6010 yet? They're really cheap at $66 for 2 pair.

I'm curious too. Chucky, why don't you get them and report back
I'm leaning toward the MonsterVision glasses because of the fine tuning for Crosstalk ect. Do the PS3 glasses offer any kind of tuning?

I guess I just want something better than the Epson glasses...
post #275 of 367
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Originally Posted by mflanagan View Post

I'm curious too. Chucky, why don't you get them and report back
I'm leaning toward the MonsterVision glasses because of the fine tuning for Crosstalk ect. Do the PS3 glasses offer any kind of tuning?

I guess I just want something better than the Epson glasses...

Ya know... I just knew that someone was going to say that!! LOL... Once I do find the time, I'll pickup the 5010 along with different glasses thaat I can get through Amazon Prime just so that I can get them within 2 days, demo them and return the ones that I don't like or that don't work.

The price on the Vizio's however seem too good to be true.
post #276 of 367
The Vizios don't work with the Epson, I have them. The Monster Vision are the best and most comfortable, but I've notice something. They don't keep a charge. I've got to recharge mine now before I use them.
post #277 of 367
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Originally Posted by H8nXTC View Post

The Vizios don't work with the Epson, I have them. The Monster Vision are the best and most comfortable, but I've notice something. They don't keep a charge. I've got to recharge mine now before I use them.

as much as i love the monsters, my pair also needs a quick 5 min charging before every use.....mine dont even turn off....great idea but poor execution.
post #278 of 367
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Originally Posted by H8nXTC View Post

The Vizios don't work with the Epson, I have them. The Monster Vision are the best and most comfortable, but I've notice something. They don't keep a charge. I've got to recharge mine now before I use them.

Thanks for the info. Guess I'm just going to order a bunch of the Panasonic 3rd gen when available.
post #279 of 367
These Xpand X104 YOUniversal glasses work the them (and many other displays, these are NOT the X103).
http://www.amazon.com/XPAND-X104LX1-...2212873&sr=8-1

review here:
http://www.avforums.com/review/XpanD...es-Review.html
post #280 of 367
Does anyone know where to get Extra Monster Glasses without having to buy the whole kit? I need a couple more.... Seems like a waste of money to keep buying kits with one pair of glasses in it.

Thx
Flan
post #281 of 367
Hi,

I know, maybe it was discussed some where but i didnt found it. How i can connect 3D MAX MonsterVision glasses with Epson 3D projector 3010?

thanks
post #282 of 367
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Originally Posted by riddle View Post

Hi,

I know, maybe it was discussed some where but i didnt found it. How i can connect 3D MAX MonsterVision glasses with Epson 3D projector 3010?

thanks

You use the IR to RF transmitter plugged into a USB port for power that came with the glasses.
post #283 of 367
hmm but Epson 3010 have internal IR and on external he have some special conector. I realy dont know how
But i know how its works but...
post #284 of 367
I have a Sharp 60" Aquos LED that is 3D and it uses the Sharp AN3DG10S 3D Glasses - any chance these are compatible with the Epson 3010 projector? Thanks!

Scott
post #285 of 367
Here's another pair of Sony IR glasses... Sony TDGBR750 (New for 2012)

LINK: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=5336055023-20

Don't know if they'll work with the Epson projectors but Sony has been hit or miss with their glasses. The BR250's don't work whereas the PS3 glasses do. Who know's if these will work but I thought I'd post them anyways. I hope that they do cause they are sexy as hell!!!!!
post #286 of 367
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Originally Posted by chucky08016 View Post

Here's another pair of Sony IR glasses... Sony TDGBR750 (New for 2012)

LINK: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...=5336055023-20

Don't know if they'll work with the Epson projectors but Sony has been hit or miss with their glasses. The BR250's don't work whereas the PS3 glasses do. Who know's if these will work but I thought I'd post them anyways. I hope that they do cause they are sexy as hell!!!!!

These glasses don't work out of the box with Sony projectors. You may need to get an additional polarizing filter.
post #287 of 367
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Originally Posted by fugueness View Post

These glasses don't work out of the box with Sony projectors. You may need to get an additional polarizing filter.

Polarizing filters for active IR glasses... never heard of this issue. I'll have to look into this just for the knowledge of what's causing the issue.

Thanks for the heads up.
post #288 of 367
Does some body have experience with optoma 3d-rf glasses on Epson 3D projector?They looks like Monster glasses with some licence technology.

thanks
post #289 of 367
Can someone help me understand why the angle through the glasses is so important? We sit relatively close to the screen (rule of 1.5x be darned!) and I definitely notice ghosting at the edge of the glasses. As soon as I turn my head to look right at the ghost, it will go away.

I know the answer is probably to sit further back... but I'm wondering exactly why this is happening. Is it due to wide gauge polarizing filters that aren't efficienct at blocking off-axis waves? Or is it something else?
post #290 of 367
Hello, anyone can confirm if this cheap light and super comfortable works?
Samsung SSG-3050GB
post #291 of 367
Question
Have the 6010 and got the 2 included Epson glasses Also have 3 PS3 glasses from a good deal at a local source. Would like to have 7 total for my likely use needs
Question , get 2 more Epson or get 2 of the compatible Panasonic. Reason to get Panasonic, that way have different choices for different fit issues, etc.
Reason for Epson, go with the known quantity.
Realize there is no "right" answer, but anxious to take advantage of peoples expertise
Thanks in advance
post #292 of 367
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Originally Posted by michael goldman View Post

Question
Have the 6010 and got the 2 included Epson glasses Also have 3 PS3 glasses from a good deal at a local source. Would like to have 7 total for my likely use needs
Question , get 2 more Epson or get 2 of the compatible Panasonic. Reason to get Panasonic, that way have different choices for different fit issues, etc.
Reason for Epson, go with the known quantity.
Realize there is no "right" answer, but anxious to take advantage of peoples expertise
Thanks in advance

I've got all three that I use for my 3010. For ME, I'd just buy additional PS3's if I needed more. They all work equally well and for my $$$ I wouldn't buy more Pannys or Epsons unless I found a heck of a deal on 'em. JMHO.

Ed
post #293 of 367
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Originally Posted by old corps View Post

I've got all three that I use for my 3010. For ME, I'd just buy additional PS3's if I needed more. They all work equally well and for my $$$ I wouldn't buy more Pannys or Epsons unless I found a heck of a deal on 'em. JMHO.

Ed

Old Corps
Your humble opinion is what I am after
Thanx
post #294 of 367
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Originally Posted by old corps View Post

I've got all three that I use for my 3010. For ME, I'd just buy additional PS3's if I needed more. They all work equally well and for my $$$ I wouldn't buy more Pannys or Epsons unless I found a heck of a deal on 'em. JMHO.

Ed

An Amazon seller had the Epson 3D glasses priced at $77 about a month ago - best price I've seen them anywhere. I picked up two more pair at that price, so now I have a total of six pairs. I'd like to get at least two more pair yet, since I get small crowds at my movie nights... The PS3 glasses generally run around $60-$65 if I recall; if they would go on sale sometime I'd pick up a few pair to try...
post #295 of 367
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Originally Posted by michael goldman View Post

Old Corps
Your humble opinion is what I am after
Thanx

Yer welcome!

Best Buy had 'em on sale a couple (?) of months ago for $39. Heck of a deal!

Ed
post #296 of 367
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Originally Posted by old corps View Post

Yer welcome!

Best Buy had 'em on sale a couple (?) of months ago for $39. Heck of a deal!

Ed

Yes, I am painfully aware of that - it was back in January - but I didn't buy my 5010 until February 7...

Not only did I miss out on the cheap glasses, but I also missed the $100 instant rebate on the 5010, which started on February 10 - the day I received my projector from Fedex...
post #297 of 367
Frey Theater
Looking at the incredible pictures of your theater, I will not feel "too" sorry for you missing the glasses sale. :-0 You should be, as iIam sure you are, very proud of what you have created.
I have always appreciated your contributions.
May you and yours enjoy it for many, many years in good health
post #298 of 367
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Originally Posted by michael goldman View Post

Frey Theater
Looking at the incredible pictures of your theater, I will not feel "too" sorry for you missing the glasses sale. :-0 You should be, as iIam sure you are, very proud of what you have created.
I have always appreciated your contributions.
May you and yours enjoy it for many, many years in good health

Thank you, fine Sir, for the compliments...

My theater room is only looking like it is now because of the flooding in my basement from tropical storm Lee last year, which forced me to rebuild the entire room. It cost a lot of money I didn't really have, and I had to do all the work myself to save as much expense as I could... Actually, it cost me all the money I had been saving for my upgrade to 3D projection, so I ended up shelling-out for both (I wasn't about to give up my quest for 3D!! ). I'm a bit in the hole now financially, so every little bit of savings I can find helps me dig my way back out!

On the bright side, the Bank isn't reposessing my house yet...
post #299 of 367
Mr. Frey
Sorry to hear about troubles. I lived through a flood out here in Oregon, it just missed me but left my house an Island. Neighbors were not so lucky, so I saw what water can do.
My theater is in need of a second row of seats, as I just have 3. Possibly could do a riser, but unlike you I can barely hang a picture so I would have to have it built
Looking at what they call "Back Row Seating" They are home theater chairs but are 8 or 10 inches higher then regular seating. This presumably takes care oF the sight problems
Haven't been able to read much in the way of reviews so I am on the fence???
Sorry to go off topic
post #300 of 367
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Originally Posted by adapting View Post

The 4 pairs of Samsung 3d glasses (P2100) and the two pairs of NXG rechargeables which I use with my Samsung PN50c490B (plasma) all work with my Epson 3010 projector when the TV and Projector are running simultaneously with the same video signal in the same room. And yes, the Epson glasses work with the Samsung under the same conditions.

This tells me if I could simply get a device which receives an hdmi video input and spits out a Samsung compatible IR emitter signal, I'd be good to go with both types of glasses. The 3010 has an external output but it's not VESA.

Wish I was a video engineer.

Based in this post I made some research and I come across this paper with research on 3D IR protocols, since the 3D glasses from samsung are really cheap($15 a pair) many people, like me could benefit if someone with electronic knowledge could make a device to change the protocol from Epson to Samsung. I'm attaching the link to the paper and the two extracts of the protocols.

http://cmst.curtin.edu.au/local/docs...3D-Sync-IR.pdf

[img=http://s16.postimage.org/q6dktyhht/panasonic.jpg]

[img=http://s16.postimage.org/gkolrefpt/samsung_2010_protocol.jpg]
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