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Hi-Shock RF Pro 3D glasses

Hi, did anyone try out Hi-Shock RF Pro Deep Heaven 3D glasses? They list compatibility with JVC 3D projectors?
I found them on the Canadian amazon website.


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Hi, did anyone try out Hi-Shock RF Pro Deep Heaven 3D glasses? They list compatibility with JVC 3D projectors?
I found them on the Canadian amazon website.

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Hi, yes those will work with the JVC's if you have either the JVC RF transmitter or the xpand RF transmitter.
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Hi, yes those will work with the JVC's if you have either the JVC RF transmitter or the xpand RF transmitter.

Do you know how they compare with the xpand and JVC glasses? Are they bright enough?
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Do you know how they compare with the xpand and JVC glasses? Are they bright enough?
I find my pair work just as well. When I first got them they took a bit to sync up with my xpand rf emitter with a slight ghosting image, but soon corrected itself. My xpand glasses actually just broke right in the middle and might need to glue/nerd tape them up to be wearable again. Plus I think a few of the single hi-shock glasses right now have a $7 off coupon. Got myself the Black Diamond version and wear comfier than my Crimson Red version they have. Plus, I do like having the light blocking that surround the lenses compare to the openness of the CR glasses
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I find my pair work just as well. When I first got them they took a bit to sync up with my xpand rf emitter with a slight ghosting image, but soon corrected itself. My xpand glasses actually just broke right in the middle and might need to glue/nerd tape them up to be wearable again. Plus I think a few of the single hi-shock glasses right now have a $7 off coupon. Got myself the Black Diamond version and wear comfier than my Crimson Red version they have. Plus, I do like having the light blocking that surround the lenses compare to the openness of the CR glasses

Do you know if there is functionally any difference between the Pro Deep Heaven and the Black Diamond or is it merely a difference in styles and colors between all the models?
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Do you know if there is functionally any difference between the Pro Deep Heaven and the Black Diamond or is it merely a difference in styles and colors between all the models?
I think it’s mostly colour and style. The Pro Deep Heaven is the same make and style as my Scarlet Heaven which I was calling crimson red in my previous post. So I apologize for confusing the name but either should work for your system. I do like that the “heaven” brand come with a nice soft shell zip up case and the Black Diamond only comes with the cloth bag.

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I think it’s mostly colour and style. The Pro Deep Heaven is the same make and style as my Scarlet Heaven which I was calling crimson red in my previous post. So I apologize for confusing the name but either should work for your system. I do like that the “heaven” brand come with a nice soft shell zip up case and the Black Diamond only comes with the cloth bag.

I see. There is one model though that now seems to be optimized for JVC projectors with horizontal polarization on the hi-shock.de website which is the RF pro High Diamond that is different than the Black Diamond.
I haven't seen them on the Amazon websites though.
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I see. There is one model though that now seems to be optimized for JVC projectors with horizontal polarization on the hi-shock.de website which is the RF pro High Diamond that is different than the Black Diamond.
I haven't seen them on the Amazon websites though.

So I ordered these from the German website and can confirm that they are 90 degrees polarized and now work perfectly with my JVC RS520 and Steward Firehawk screen with polarization retention. For 45.90 euros plus shiping they are also still a lot cheaper than the JVC glasses.
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So I ordered these from the German website and can confirm that they are 90 degrees polarized and now work perfectly with my JVC RS520 and Steward Firehawk screen with polarization retention. For 45.90 euros plus shiping they are also still a lot cheaper than the JVC glasses.

For those who are interested, this is the exact link

https://www.hi-shock.de/en/detail/in...number/SW10052
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For those who are interested, this is the exact link

https://www.hi-shock.de/en/detail/in...number/SW10052
Still liking these ?
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Does anyone here know if the Panasonic 3d glasses that come with the ST60's should work with the JVC 590? I tried to get them to sync last night and they would not sync....these same glasses sync and work well with my Epson 3700.
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Hello,

My JVC X790R is on order and will be replacing my Epson 5010. I do have 3D Glasses from my Epson, which (I believe) are known to work with JVC, but they are almost 7 years old and I would really like to replace them with newer 3D Glasses for my JVC X790R.

Are there any good recommendation/suggestions?

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Hello,

My JVC X790R is on order and will be replacing my Epson 5010. I do have 3D Glasses from my Epson, which (I believe) are known to work with JVC, but they are almost 7 years old and I would really like to replace them with newer 3D Glasses for my JVC X790R.

Are there any good recommendation/suggestions?

Thanks!!
Hi, do you have the JVC RF emitter? these are not built into the projector and required for 3D. The model # is JVC PK-EM2 and retails for $99 but can sometimes be found for a bit less.

The Xpand RF105's are popular 3D glasses and work well with the JVC's for 3D.

https://www.amazon.com/XPAND-X105-RF.../dp/B00BFO4XSA

There are nice storage cases available to store them


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Hi, do you have the JVC RF emitter? these are not built into the projector and required for 3D. The model # is JVC PK-EM2 and retails for $99 but can sometimes be found for a bit less.

The Xpand RF105's are popular 3D glasses and work well with the JVC's for 3D.

https://www.amazon.com/XPAND-X105-RF.../dp/B00BFO4XSA

There are nice storage cases available to store them


Thanks so much for your response and the links! That's exactly what I plan to get! I do need the emitter as I don't have one, so I'll pick up the JVC PK-EM2 and the XPAND-X105-RF-X1. Just need 2 glasses.

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Best Buy was selling the Xpand glasses at $28 for a long while, as was Amazon, and they will go on sale again undoubtedly, so don't stock up now at $40 each.

As you will see in this, thread there is a JVC-specific variant, the X3, that has horizontal polarization. That is ONLY relevant to you if your screen happens to retain polarization, which is actually uncommon unless it was designed for that purpose. The horizontal units cost a LOT more, so do yourself the favor of testing with your old glasses before pursuing those. If the image doesn't significantly change brightness when you tilt your head from a normal seated position to 90 degrees to the side, then the polarization does not matter.

You can use the Xpand emitter instead of the JVC one, but the JVC may be easier to find these days. It looks like the last of the Xpand/mistubishi kits has been sold, so no longer an option.
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Thanks so much for your response and the links! That's exactly what I plan to get! I do need the emitter as I don't have one, so I'll pick up the JVC PK-EM2 and the XPAND-X105-RF-X1. Just need 2 glasses.

Thanks much!!

there is a bit of a trick for the 1st time sync with the Xpand glasses. Play a 3D movie and then hold the power button on the glasses for 5-10 seconds until it does a rapid blink (there is a red LED on corner of glasses). they will then be sync'd. Then future use, just a quick 'tap' of the power button will sync them.
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Does anyone here know if the Panasonic 3d glasses that come with the ST60's should work with the JVC 590? I tried to get them to sync last night and they would not sync....these same glasses sync and work well with my Epson 3700.
Do you have a VESA emitter that works with the glasses? The 590 requires an external emitter plugged into the VESA port.
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Do you have a VESA emitter that works with the glasses? The 590 requires an external emitter plugged into the VESA port.
Yes. I am in the research phase for why the glasses won't sync.......and was hoping someone here may have a quick answer.
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Yes. I am in the research phase for why the glasses won't sync.......and was hoping someone here may have a quick answer.
Are you playing 3d content at the moment you are trying to synch? Does your emitter have an indicator to say it is transmitting? My Xpand has an LED, only receives power when playing 3D.
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Yes. I am in the research phase for why the glasses won't sync.......and was hoping someone here may have a quick answer.
Assuming you have either the JVC or Xpand RF emitter, I read those Panasonic glasses need 5-10 seconds holding the power button for first sync.
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Hi All,

Quick question... Would this work https://www.hi-shock.de/en/evo-trans...rf-with-120-hz instead of buying a PK-EM2? Or do I need a PK-EM2 and then buy these https://www.hi-shock.de/en/rf-pro-gi...s-high-diamond

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Best Buy was selling the Xpand glasses at $28 for a long while, as was Amazon, and they will go on sale again undoubtedly, so don't stock up now at $40 each.

As you will see in this, thread there is a JVC-specific variant, the X3, that has horizontal polarization. That is ONLY relevant to you if your screen happens to retain polarization, which is actually uncommon unless it was designed for that purpose. The horizontal units cost a LOT more, so do yourself the favor of testing with your old glasses before pursuing those. If the image doesn't significantly change brightness when you tilt your head from a normal seated position to 90 degrees to the side, then the polarization does not matter.

You can use the Xpand emitter instead of the JVC one, but the JVC may be easier to find these days. It looks like the last of the Xpand/mistubishi kits has been sold, so no longer an option.
Hi Scott,

Thanks for the additional info. I seriously doubt my screen has the polarization retaining feature. It's a very basic EliteScreen CineWhite 150" 1.0 Gain screen. I did read the thing about the X3 variant using one of the links in this thread.

$28 sounds pretty sweet. I'll hold off for bit (my X790R is on order anyways, not shipped yet). Thanks!

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there is a bit of a trick for the 1st time sync with the Xpand glasses. Play a 3D movie and then hold the power button on the glasses for 5-10 seconds until it does a rapid blink (there is a red LED on corner of glasses). they will then be sync'd. Then future use, just a quick 'tap' of the power button will sync them.
Perfect! Thanks so much for the advice. I'll make a note of this.

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Are you playing 3d content at the moment you are trying to synch? Does your emitter have an indicator to say it is transmitting? My Xpand has an LED, only receives power when playing 3D.
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Assuming you have either the JVC or Xpand RF emitter, I read those Panasonic glasses need 5-10 seconds holding the power button for first sync.

Thank you for your responses.


Yes I have the JVC PK-EM2 Emitter and was trying to sync the glasses with a 3d movie playing.


I did also hold the power button for a long time as this was required for my Epson projector to sync (it is about 10 seconds until they sync). The batteries in the glasses are good too. Not sure.......these glasses should be compatible. The glasses came with my Panasonic ST-60 and are model TY-ER3D5MA. I will try again tonight and am wondering if it may be a faulty Emitter. I was hoping someone here could confirm that they are using Panasonic glasses with a current JVC projector. I can see that the picture on the screen is in 3d.....more research is needed.
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Thank you for your responses.

Yes I have the JVC PK-EM2 Emitter and was trying to sync the glasses with a 3d movie playing.

I did also hold the power button for a long time as this was required for my Epson projector to sync (it is about 10 seconds until they sync). The batteries in the glasses are good too. Not sure.......these glasses should be compatible. The glasses came with my Panasonic ST-60 and are model TY-ER3D5MA. I will try again tonight and am wondering if it may be a faulty Emitter. I was hoping someone here could confirm that they are using Panasonic glasses with a current JVC projector. I can see that the picture on the screen is in 3d.....more research is needed.
I've never seen a report of a bad RF emitter, they are generally reliable. You might have to pick up a single pair of glasses that are known to work like the Xpand RF 105's I posted a link to above.

Keep us posted on your progress
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I had my Epson installed on my shelf......just put the JVC back in and tried my Wonder Women 3d disc.........now the glasses sync'd and work fine. I don't know why.......but it seems ok now.


Thanks for the responses.
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Are these X3 versions still available ?.

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Yes, it's available need to email [email protected] and ask for them. Cost is around $100 ea.
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Are these X3 versions still available ?.

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fyi - you can get comparable models designed for the horizontal polarization for less cost here:

https://www.hi-shock.de/en/rf-pro-hi...-900-polarized
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fyi - you can get comparable models designed for the horizontal polarization for less cost here:

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I bought those I freaking love the way they fit..

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Yes, it's available need to email [email protected] and ask for them. Cost is around $100 ea.
Ahh ok thanks, much the same cost as in the uk if you order a pair in. Reading back a few years they were super cheap and came with an emitter to!.

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