Can someone with the HD 25e firmware possibly pm me about emailing the file to me?
Wow this thread has grown over the last few weeks!
I have a newb question as this is my first projector.
When looking at its specs, it seems it should work with Nvidia 3d vision or 3DTV Play but I have not been able to get my nvidia kit glasses to sync with either. I've tried using the Acer H5360 edid file and another based on the GT720. The Acer file works but the emitter never sync's..in fact it makes one of the glasses optics just stay black/shut.
Additionally, I was given a GT720 edid file and tried using it, but the PJ just goes semi-black for a few moments and then the Nvidia software (enable 3d wizard) crashes. And unlike the Acer edid file, the 3d wizard does not see the PJ as it did with the Acer edid file.
I have the PJ connected via HDMI 1.4 and 3D runs just fine on my asus monitor (via DVI-D). Will this PJ only work with DLP shutter glasses/emitter? Do I need to connect with a DVI to VGA converter or something else?
(Oh, if I did go purchase some DLP shutter glasses...will they work without an emitter? Isn't the syncing done via the PJ image?)
Thanks for any help.
Honestly, I had the issue with my Epson EX70 when viewing computer sources and it was an LCD business projector I used for home theater due to getting it on sale at Circuit City as they closed their doors($760 w/tax and bottom basement Elite screen included). The screen door on that 720P was noticeable by me, cleaning it was a pain(AKA removing dust blobs was a pain and eventually lead to it's death) and it had focus issues(both softness and uneven focus). I'm looking forward to my new PJ getting here. I went with the HD25-LV because for my scenario, 135" & some ambient light, I needed a light cannon(2D I'll be at 32fl and should be able to watch 3D with the room darkened). Also, I need a wide viewing angle due to how my living room is set-up.
My overall goal is/was a mini-3D IMAX in my living room with audio system for under $3,000. I got the HD25-LV($1200), a 135" Elite Screens Sableframe($400), RF Emitter and 2 pair of Glasses($200), and the Onkyo HT-S9400THX($800) for a total system cost of just under $2,600 shipped. Without going the DIY route, I don't think I could do better for the money. Now just waiting for it all to get here...