Originally Posted by martin8360
First off, I apologize for the question, but this group seems to be the "pros" of the W7000.
Purchased from Costco 2 months ago. Received 3D glasses from 3D Heaven a few weeks ago. USB rechargeable DLP. Also came with a 3D practice disc.
Can't get the 3D to work. Movies such as Brave, Titanic will show 3D momentrailly and then go blurry. Glasses are charged. Projector settings are on 3D Auto. Very dissapointed, but hope that it is my inexperience rather than the product.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. thank you.
My 7000 combined with both my TrueDepth and Optoma 201s glasses loose sync easily if you turn your head, get up, etc........As long as I am just sitting there watching the movie as I normally do though it is fine. This sync issue would be a lot more annoying if I entertained more due to turning your head and talking to others, people getting up to go to the bathroom and wondering why their glasses are not working, etc......but I dont have people over much. This is definitely my biggest complaint with the 7000 and not sure how to improve it. Not a major issue, but annoying.
So my question to you is when you are watching 3d and it stops working are you just sitting there as you normally would and not turning your head, or are you up walking around testing out the 3d, turning your head, looking down, etc......? You might just be experiencing the sync issues and if so, just make sure you are not doing a lot of head movement and dont get out of your seat. A bit ridiculous I know, but that is what I have to do to make sure things dont loose sync. Of course if the glasses do loose sync I can get them back on by just waiting a moment looking at the screen, or turning my head back/forth kind of quick which will re-engage them.
On that note, does anyone have ANY suggestions for getting a stronger and more reliable sync with the 7000 and either the TrueDepths or 201s? Like I mentioned, for me this is not a big issue since I am usually alone in my movie watching and I dont turn my head in general when engaged in a film, but I would love to improve things if possible. I would have to think this would be very annoying for people who do entertain fairly often explaining to your guests why their glasses go in and out of sync.