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Mitsubishi 3D Glasses Rechargeable Compatible Ultra-Clear

post #1 of 9
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I'm about to pull the trigger and finally buy some 3D glasses. I have the Mitsubishi WD-65838 DLP and the Panasonic DMP-BDT310 bluray player. I have read up on a lot of the threads regarding 3D glasses but cant seem to find anything on these new ones that ultimate3dheaven is offering now. I would love to know if anyone has these yet and could tell me how well they work and like them? Also does anyone know if these are IR or DLP Link or if you simply dont need either one anymore with these? I am thinking of buying these and need to know if I would need to buy the IR Transmitter as well? Thanks guys
http://www.ultimate3dheaven.com/mireulco3dgl.html
post #2 of 9
Since they say these work with non-DLP TVs, I doubt they are DLP Link glasses. But you should send an E-mail directly to the company (there is a tab for that at the top) and ask directly. If they are not DLP Link, then you need an emitter.
post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by GEP View Post

Since they say these work with non-DLP TVs, I doubt they are DLP Link glasses. But you should send an E-mail directly to the company (there is a tab for that at the top) and ask directly. If they are not DLP Link, then you need an emitter.

Thanks for the reply. It says These 3D Glasses are fully compatible with any Mitsubishi 3D Ready television that uses active 3D shutter Glasses. So to me I was a little confused as to whether or not i would need an emitter or not. I was thinking i did but wanted to be sure. It also goes to say that these Glasses will also work with all other major brands of televisions and 3D devices such as Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, LG, Philips, Mitsubishi & with Countless other 3D applications. I did shoot them an email and here is there response.
Me
I am going to buy 4 pairs of the Mitsubishi 3D Glasses Rechargeable Compatible Ultra-Clear Item#3DH_8547
So then I need to buy the IR Transmitter as well correct? And I will be good to go?
Them
Sounds good, you are correct that it will work just fine. However I would recommend these 3D glasses if you want rechargeable for your television as they were designed specifically for your TV:

http://www.ultimate3dheaven.com/adult.html

You are welcome to choose whichever one you want.

Thanks, Carl

Carl Fragoso
Ultimate 3D Heaven

I did find out as well that they are going to discontinue the ones he gave me a link to. Once there supply runs out thats it. So I would assume thats why he is pushing me to get those instead. So back to my original post has anyone here on AVS tried these glasses yet? If so could you please give or leave some feedback on them? thanks
post #4 of 9
All Mitsu 3D and 3D Ready have the VESA port for an emitter. So the compatibility statement does not really indicate DLP LINK or Emiitter based.

Seems some Universal model? I think it would merrit more detailed specifications.

These are new, I don't think anybody has used them on here. Least wise as I have read anyways.

I'm not sure what emitter you are supposed to buy with them.
post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by mgdking View Post

Thanks for the reply. It says These 3D Glasses are fully compatible with any Mitsubishi 3D Ready television that uses active 3D shutter Glasses. So to me I was a little confused as to whether or not i would need an emitter or not. I was thinking i did but wanted to be sure. It also goes to say that these Glasses will also work with all other major brands of televisions and 3D devices such as Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, LG, Philips, Mitsubishi & with Countless other 3D applications. I did shoot them an email and here is there response.
Me
I am going to buy 4 pairs of the Mitsubishi 3D Glasses Rechargeable Compatible Ultra-Clear Item#3DH_8547
So then I need to buy the IR Transmitter as well correct? And I will be good to go?
Them
Sounds good, you are correct that it will work just fine. However I would recommend these 3D glasses if you want rechargeable for your television as they were designed specifically for your TV:

http://www.ultimate3dheaven.com/adult.html

You are welcome to choose whichever one you want.

Thanks, Carl

Carl Fragoso
Ultimate 3D Heaven

I did find out as well that they are going to discontinue the ones he gave me a link to. Once there supply runs out thats it. So I would assume thats why he is pushing me to get those instead. So back to my original post has anyone here on AVS tried these glasses yet? If so could you please give or leave some feedback on them? thanks

I have 2 pair of the battery operated UC ones as well as 1 pair of the rechargable children's UCs-these are the IR ones. They worked great with the Mits emitter. I actually like the idea of battery operated glasses over rechargables because the batteries last a LONG time and they are available for CHEAP. If the batteries go dead while watching a movie you can pop a new battery in in minutes--recharging takes time. I actually never needed to change one. JMHO. I say worked because I've recently aquired an Epson 3010 3D projector and unfortunately both the 2 pair of Mits IR glasses and the UltraClears are not compatible with the Epson. Since getting the Epson and watching 3D at 120" we won't be using the 73" Mits for 3D any more. If you have an interest in my glasses (2pr. Mits., 2 adult UCs, 1 child's rechargable UC) and emitter send me a pm and make me an offer. In any event, best of luck with your choice. I received super fast shipping from Ultimate3D and was very happy with their glasses.

Ed
post #6 of 9
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Originally Posted by JOHNnDENVER View Post

All Mitsu 3D and 3D Ready have the VESA port for an emitter. So the compatibility statement does not really indicate DLP LINK or Emiitter based.

Seems some Universal model? I think it would merrit more detailed specifications.

These are new, I don't think anybody has used them on here. Least wise as I have read anyways.

I'm not sure what emitter you are supposed to buy with them.

John-
I'm sure those are IR as I believe Ultimate3D is saying YES he'll need an emitter--either the one they sell or the Mits one. It's not real clear but that's the way I decode it.

Ed
post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by JOHNnDENVER View Post

All Mitsu 3D and 3D Ready have the VESA port for an emitter. So the compatibility statement does not really indicate DLP LINK or Emiitter based.

Seems some Universal model? I think it would merrit more detailed specifications.

These are new, I don't think anybody has used them on here. Least wise as I have read anyways.

I'm not sure what emitter you are supposed to buy with them.

First off thanks everyone who has replied. I wondered if these were new and if anyone has even tried them. In the email I sent them I also had linked the 3D IR Transmitter they offer on there website I just didnt include that in my last post. So from what he said these glasses and this IR Transmitter
http://www.ultimate3dheaven.com/3dtrformisa3.htmlshould work with my DLP. I am still a little skeptical with these glasses one being new and two the greenish tint they have. I guess they do have a good return policy so I may just order them and if I am not happy I will just send them back. I also like these better then the ones he linked to me because of the color. To me those light blue frames would be more distracting then the black ones would be. Well in theory anyways. Thanks again everyone for the replies I think I am gonna go ahead and order these. Wish me luck
post #8 of 9
Those glasses may have the most confusing and incomplete description ever. Are they DLP Link, or do you need an emitter? It clearly doesn't clarify that question. I wouldn't buy them based on the fact that they don't say DLP Link or IR emitter needed. For my set nothing compares to DLP Link glasses and I don't want IR no matter how good they are supposed to be.
post #9 of 9
I'll only add that I my wife and I really love the RF system we are using now with the Mitsu in the living room.

I am jealous that DLP link works out for most people. It was my plan as they work in the theater and out on the living room system. But at 12' sync was iffy at best, beyond 12' no sync was possible for me. I found myself pulling my furniture closer to the screen just to watch something in 3D. It was not convienient to say the least.
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