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post #361 of 367
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Originally Posted by xplorar View Post

Are Epson 3020/5020 3D glasses compatible with 3010/5010? I know that wireless technology in 3020/5020 glasses is different but is it backward-compatible with older 3010/5010 projectors?

I seriously doubt it because 3010 uses IR emitter while 3020 uses RF.

I so wish Epson would sell an external RF emitter so we 3010 uses can take advantage of dirt cheap glasses like these....

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007K9P7H0/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_1?ie=UTF8&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

sure PS3 glasses are cheaper too but they are not the most comfortable to wear.
post #362 of 367
I just got third generation Panasonic glasses to use with my epson 5010 and they do work just fine, but I noticed that Panasonic says to only recharge them by plugging them into the usb port on a Panasonic 3d TV. They state that using anyother kind of usb charging port might cause the battery to overheat or explode. Has anyone had a problem charging these with another kine of usb port?

Tom
post #363 of 367
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Originally Posted by FlaGator View Post

I just got third generation Panasonic glasses to use with my epson 5010 and they do work just fine, but I noticed that Panasonic says to only recharge them by plugging them into the usb port on a Panasonic 3d TV. They state that using anyother kind of usb charging port might cause the battery to overheat or explode. Has anyone had a problem charging these with another kine of usb port?
Tom

Hilarious

Sorry cant answer your Q but I really like to own these if they fall in price because they have a switch that allows to switch 3D to 2D so that one of the viewers can go back to 2D if they dont like it, while others can enjoy 3D. But they are so expensive at $60 a pop.
post #364 of 367
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Originally Posted by FlaGator View Post

I just got third generation Panasonic glasses to use with my epson 5010 and they do work just fine, but I noticed that Panasonic says to only recharge them by plugging them into the usb port on a Panasonic 3d TV. They state that using anyother kind of usb charging port might cause the battery to overheat or explode. Has anyone had a problem charging these with another kine of usb port?
Tom

I've charged and recharged mine from my laptop and a USB cable that uses a wall outlet and they haven't blown up yet, lol. Maybe Panasonic just wants you to buy one of their TVs to charge 'em?wink.gifwink.gif

Ed
post #365 of 367
Make Model Number Size
Panasonic TY-EW3D3LU Large
TY-EW3D3MU Medium
TY-EW3D3SU Small
TY-EW3D2LW Large
TY-EW3D2MW Medium
TY-EW3D2SW Small
Panasonic TY-EW3D10U Adjustable
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post #366 of 367
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Originally Posted by Ewingr View Post

I went ahead and ordered a pair of Monstervisions to test with, and to have the RF unit....

In the Monstervision thread, one poster thinks that maybe I can plug the Monstervision RF unit into the externl IR emitter port on my 5010e. I was thinking that is not the case.

Can anyone chime in on this?

What was your experience with the Monster IR to RF converter and the Epson 5010e?

Or can anyone else chime in here?

Also, do you know if any other RF glasses are compatible with the Monster emitter?
post #367 of 367
I had a pair of Epsons where one lens just stopped working. I'm not sure if someone pinched the lens whilst cleaning or what... but I fiddled with them- turning them on and off and that didn't work. Then I slid the lens around in the frame and it came back on.

Fingers crossed it stays good.

Thought this info might benefit someone.
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