Originally Posted by TropMonk
I have now watched the Avengers 3D and Avatar in 3D with both the True Depth 3D, Okeba Ultralight and SainSonic(TM) SSZ-200DLB glasses. I switched between all three. On the 113" Black Diamond 1.4 screen the 3D is quite amazing. I found the True Depth glasses the best, witht he SainSonic really really close behind in quality. All three glasses produced a good 3D picture with this w1070 and screen.
I can't hardly hear the projector if at all mounted on my low 8ft ceiling, and I'm amazed at the quality this sub $1000 projector puts out. For the price I love this projector!
I agree with you view on the two glasses you tried. The True Depth (Same as the 3DActive which sell at a lower price) are better than the SainSonic. The big difference is the blocking of the red flash.
I also like the 3DTV (same as Monoprice) glasses and the much higher priced Benq. If you really want to see the difference do an A-B test of each.
These are my results.
Best Benq, True Depth. 3D Active (New Version from Demensional Optics) 3DTV Pro 2 from Amazon. and Monoprice same with different name.
The SainSonic and Okba work but do not totally block the red flash.
Non rechargeable 3DActive True Depth (3d Active $99 for two pairs including cases and power chargers)
3D Tv on Amazon non-rechargeable $58 for two pairs.
The SainSonic and Okba sell for the same price as the 3D Tv but do not block the red flash as well.