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Cool 3D dlp glasses for wide viewing angle

I sit 8 feet from my 105" screen, which makes a 50 degree wide viewing angle (might be too much for some, but I love it). Unfortunately, the bridge of my 3d glasses cuts off the edges of the screen: my right eye can't view the entire left edge of the screen and my left eye can't view the entire right side of the screen. Part of the problem is that the glasses I own have a wide "bridge", but more importantly, they can't get flush to my eyeball sockets. Here's a link to my current glasses:

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Anyone have recommendations for dlp link glasses that provide extremely wide viewing angle? I'm not interested in moving my sofa back to lower my viewing angle

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Oh yeah, I have a few of those, they are definitely not ideal glasses. EStar America ESG601 DLP Link 3D Glasses are the best I've owned. Rechargeable internal battery. So far they have held up (going on 4 years). I took one apart and the battery is a relatively common one that could be replaced and a new one soldered in. Not very restrictive in blocking the screen and pretty coomfortable. Not a good set to get if you are going to wear rx glasses underneath them, so I've been told. Amazon says out on stock, but if you can find a pair I would get it.

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These are the ones I use, perfect for 100" from 10 ft, and I have large nose bridge, they should be fine on thinner nose from 8 ft. I think they were the largest I could find when I was shopping.
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These are the ones I use, perfect for 100" from 10 ft, and I have large nose bridge, they should be fine on thinner nose from 8 ft. I think they were the largest I could find when I was shopping.
Thanks for the recommendation, I'll be getting a pair

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