I just received the 3D Active DLP glasses from Dimensional Optics. They are the same as the True Depth but are $20 cheaper for two. The glasses even have the same model number on them. They also come with a nice hard case and with AC USB power adapters with a case. The True Depth's do not include AC adapters or cases. If anyone is interested in these glasses I suggest that you call Dimensional Optics directly and ask for the new 144K version. Also ask for free shipping on two or more pairs. Amazon also sells them but they may still have the old ones that does not support 144K . Dimensional Optics just received the new ones on Monday I was told.
I have briefly compared them to the Benq glasses and they are very close in blocking the red flash. They also seem to hold the sync quite well in my dark room and are about half the price of the Benq's. They are much more comfortable over glasses that other pairs I have tried especially the Benq's So far I like them the best and I have tried 5 brands so far. They cost $99.95 for two pairs shipped priority mail but the quality difference and comfort are worth the difference for me compared to the Sansonic or OKBA I highly recommend them.
Edited by rwestley - Today at 5:51 pm
Are you using the 3Active glasses for BD 24p? Don't see any mention of them being 144hz capable. Even on Dimensional Optics' own site, they only list them as being compatible with The BenQ W7000.