Originally Posted by zombie10k
Which JVC projector and screen do you have? The glasses that came in that kit were the standard Xpand 105RF's that were not specifically designed for the e-shift JVC's horizontal polarization. Those are available today for ~$40
We have some evidence from several members that the new 4K lamp based JVC's have change the polarity and now the standard inexpensive glasses would work well even with screens that have high polarization retention.
I have the X7900, and my screen is Sapphire 106” 16:9. I do have many glasses from Samsung SSG3100 which are pretty good, the normal XpandVision X105 RF and a pair of specific vCard glasses with the correct polarisation. I can use them all ok on my screen but there’s a 5-10% increase in brightness with the JVC glasses. I thought if I could pick up a pair of the cheaper XpandVision X3 I would of done.
That’s interesting regarding the new native 4K jvcs, I haven’t been reading up very much about them as here in the UK nobody except a couple of dealers have the N5 or N7 as yet, what’s the early verdict on how 3D is on them ?.
JVC DLA-X7900 3D Projector, Sapphire 106" Electric screen, Sony KDL-55W905 3D TV, Pana TX-L37LZD80, Panasonic UB820, UB700, BDT-380 MZ, Panasonic DMP-BD60, Sky Q 2TB, Fire TV 4K, Marantz SR7012, 7.1.2, SVS PC2000 Sub, Kef Q600C Centre, Q300 fronts, Ci160QR Ceilings, CA SX60 Surrounds, Harmony 950+hub.