Originally Posted by mrh1
I do have another problem with the 3d glasses staying in sync.
I do sit about 2.3meters away from the 200cm screen, I have to look up slightly, the bottom of the projector screen (white part) is just below eye level, don't know if this is a problem.
below is an email i sent to benq, haven't had a reply yet.
I have a problem when using 3d on my Benq W1070 projector using Benq 3D glasses (rechargeable ones).
I cannot get the glasses to stay in sync, works fine for about 30-40 sec then the lens in the glasses start to flash with a red tint and then goes almost solarized through the glasses, the picture on the screen is fine and just shows the blurred 3d image. You suggested a shorter HDMI lead as the one I'm using is 9 meters, have swapped it out for a 3 meter one, I still have the problem. This is playing back 3d Blue ray, but any 3d content give the same problem.
If I hold the glasses front first into the projector light beam, they sync straight away but then lose it about 30 sec after I have sat down.
The glasses are fully charged.
The projector is mounted inverted on a wall behind me and is projected onto a pullup screen.
Does anyone have any ideas....
I got an response from Benq, just wondering what peoples views of these glasses is.
Dear Mr Hamilton,
I just have a feedback from my product specialist, which confirmed that in the situation in which the projector sits behind the person who watch the screen, the second generation glasses have shown sometimes a similar problem of synchronization.
These glasses are now discontinued and at the end of the month the new generation will be released, which will not have any problems.
Alternatively, you can purchase the Sainsonic glasses form the link below. These glasses have been tested with the W1070 and works perfectly
Please, feel free to contact us for any further assistance or information you may need.