Originally Posted by longhornsk57
You're not the initial guinea pig here, as I can attest this thing works awesome with no issues.
My guinea pig remark referred to ordering from that Italian company whose link you provided. They charged an extra 25 € for DHL express delivery and I got the Xpand White Flash Converter
However, while the power unit is multi-voltage (110 V - 240 V), it comes with a plug-in adapter plate, which in my case was the (correct) power-plug-in adapter plate for Continental Europe only
(so in case anyone considers re-importing that little magic box to the US, you'll be needing a travel power-plug adapter)!
Decided to test it with my IMAX 3D Blu-ray of Jerusalem,
as I did watch this one repeatedly over Easter with friends and visitors and because it has many black backgrounds and also features vintage black & white steroscopic images.
Put the Xpand White Flash Converter next to my Optoma HD83(00), changed the HD83's 3D mode from "VESA 3D" to "DLP LINK" and was happy to get instantaneous results with my 3D-RF glasses as you described.
However, all black backgrounds and shadow scenery had an annoying red tint to it which despite the many controls of my HD83 I wasn't able to get rid of (in 3D-RF all shows as black / dark grey).
Now, my HD83 is almost eight years old and the red tint could be owed to DLP Link performance back in 2011, but I'd really like to know how DLP Link looks with these latest BenQ projectors.
Has this red tint gone (improvements in DLP Link technology during the past years?) or is this something I have to anticipate once I retire my HD 83?
I did purchase the White Flash Converter to be somewhat future-proof, in case DLP Link is all that remains with upcoming DLP front projectors, but I'd like to keep the 3D-RF performance I've gotten used to.