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post #1 of 16 Old 04-15-2020, 12:04 PM - Thread Starter
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Help with 3d

Hello
I'm new to home theater and have a Sony 695es projector and a Sony ubp x800m2 4k player I also have ps4.
Question is can I play ed movies with this setup and if so what glasses do I need to buy?

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Hi, you need Sony glasses:

https://www.sony.com/electronics/tel...etails_default

Or other brand 3D active glasses Bluetooth RF (not dlp link IR)

And 3D bluray discs of course!

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Thanks for info, i have 3D movies i use to watch on my 3D tv on a ps4, so with the player i have and projector all i need is 3D active Bluetooth rf glasses? They dont have to be sony?

Also do you recommend any that are the least obstructive. The ones i had with my Panasonic tv had small glasses and took away from the experience.

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You're welcome. They don't have to be sony. If you want big lenses avoid sony and samsung glasses and clones with disposable battery then, go for rechargeable hishock rf or xpand x105 rf, also epson glasses are big but they are expensive.

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You're welcome. They don't have to be sony. If you want big lenses avoid sony and samsung glasses and clones with disposable battery then, go for rechargeable hishock rf or xpand x105 rf, also epson glasses are big but they are expensive.
Epson glasses are $40-$45 from Aliexpress, but coming from China and right now my last order was a month ago and not landed yet... Just under a month for the pair before that.
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Has anyone tried these, they are availed.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/xpand-r...?skuId=7005006
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Has anyone tried these, they are availed.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/xpand-r...?skuId=7005006
Haven't used them yet. Looks like they are well reviewed and comparable to the epsons. I'd say go for it. I just got a pair off amazon to try out. Be a few weeks for delivery though.

Edit: Those are also the ones car67 suggested above
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Epson glasses are $40-$45 from Aliexpress, but coming from China and right now my last order was a month ago and not landed yet... Just under a month for the pair before that.
Assuming they are real Epson glasses, and new, ok, because at the bestbuy link Marcus posted they still cost 99. As in my signature, I own epson, xpand and samsung, epson and xpand have the same quality, epson a little more comfortable having soft adjustable pads for the nose, but they both leave a sign, the most comfortable are the lightweight samsung glasses, but they have smaller lens. I always wanted to try one or two hishock models, closed and open, but I can't buy useless glasses beyond my needs!

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Assuming they are real Epson glasses, and new, ok, because at the bestbuy link Marcus posted they still cost 99. As in my signature, I own epson, xpand and samsung, epson and xpand have the same quality, epson a little more comfortable having soft adjustable pads for the nose, but they both leave a sign, the most comfortable are the lightweight samsung glasses, but they have smaller lens. I always wanted to try one or two hishock models, closed and open, but I can't buy useless glasses beyond my needs!
The two I purchased so far are genuine epson and brand new. $45 and $42 after seller coupons.
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The two I purchased so far are genuine epson and brand new. $45 and $42 after seller coupons.
Good deal then!
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Ok, guys, I think I have it narrowed down to these two what do you think?



https://www.hi-shock.de/en/rf-pro-black-diamond-fhd3drf

https://www.amazon.com/XPAND-X105-RF...ustomerReviews
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I'd try the Hishock with shield and more warranty, but they aren't for me....

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Sorry dumb question What is the shield?

This one
RF Pro Black Diamond | FHD3DRF
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Sorry, it's not dumb, I just don't know what's the English for those lateral light shields hishock glasses have...

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Sorry, it's not dumb, I just don't know what's the English for those lateral light shields hishock glasses have...
That's the correct wording

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That's the correct wording
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