In response to a post in the Epson 5050 thread I decided to try a different pair of 3D glasses - the Quantum 3D N11 model - with my Epson HC4000. This model has been around since 2013. Active shutter glasses with both Bluetooth (RF) and Infrared (IR).
I ordered a $20 pair from Amazon Prime and they arrived double-boxed from the distributor in Michigan in 2 days. The glasses are advertised as 'universal' meaning they can work with many types of devices including HDTV's and projectors. Along with the glasses you get a charging cable, cloth bag, 3 different nose bridges, instructions and cleaning cloth. The lens are protected both front and both with plastic overlays that have to be removed.
The N11 model is a different design from my ValueView (VV) 3D glasses, heavier with a thicker frame. The N11 weighed in 1.55 ounces, my VV glasses were 1.10 ounces.
The glasses paired with HC4000 with no problem. To compare the two sets of glasses I used the 3D Blu-rays of Pacific Rim and Toy Story 2. I was disappointed to see 'ghosting' with the Quantum N11 on both movies. My VV glasses were flawless.
So while the Quantum 3D glasses may work better with other devices, the 'ghosting' makes them unacceptable with the Epson HC4000.
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