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Are there any other 3D glasses (that work with Epson) that lets you adjust the delay timing to get rid of ghosting issues? Crosstalk ghosting is a major problem for me (I seem to be more sensitive to it than others watching my Epson 3100) and having read how these are adjustable sounded great until it was obvious that they wouldn't work with my projector. It seems utterly amazing to me that no one else thought about the timing issue for active shutter glasses when that seems to be THE problem with getting rid of crosstalk on active projectors. I have 3 different brand glasses (Epson, Xpand and some other brand I forget the name of) and they're all the same in terms of crosstalk here.
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Does this plug into your media player and work like a Sega Master System Sega Scope 3d? Meaning. Can ANY TV, even a CRT monitor, he turned into a 3D TV, even ones not made to be 3D.

If so, I'm like to add 3d to his existing TV., And my CRT monitor for console video games.

The last piece of the puzzle they need is hidden recessive frame encoded within 3d broadcast to make a 2d-compatible 3d broadcast.

Now the 70% of the people who don't have 3d can just add it, which is why 3d failed in 2012.
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