Originally Posted by aarn
What brand of 3D glasses would you recommend? Where can we buy?
I'll share the following.
I bought a Telon pet crystal screen. X y screen seems significantly pricier.
I also bought a small TV stand from Wayfair, 6.25" H.
Have yet to test 4k. Full HD looks good even on the wall. I do feel it's a little yellowish, less bright than I would like, But probably better than my Mitsubishi 92". Yes, there is noise, but it goes unnoticed once you start to watch.
I upgraded from a Mitsubishi 92" too! I installed a brand new bulb before I sold it and the Fengmi is much brighter IMHO. I had them both in the same room for comparison at one point.
As far as 3D glasses, tere's what I posted in the Xioami Mijia thread (with some edits for clarity):
These have the best color and brightness, but not the greatest looks. I use them for me. Oddly they are the cheapest looking, but best overall.
Goswot 144Hz Rechargeable DLP Active Shutter Eyewear for Optoma Acer Vivitek Dell LG and All The Other DLP-Link Projectors
These look better and are very good, but slightly different color wise. I use these for my family or guests.
BOBLOV Active Shutter 3D Glasses DLP-Link USB Blue Compatible BenQ W1070 W700 Dell DLP Projectors (Black-1 Pack)
I've tested about 5 or 6 different pair with the two above are the best.
If you value light blockage (from periphery of you eye) and the best construction the below will do fine...close to the BOBLOV, but more expensive:
Ultra-Clear HD 144 Hz DLP Link 3D Active Rechargeable Shutter Glasses for All 3D DLP Projectors - BenQ, Optoma, Dell, Mitsubishi, Samsung, Acer, Vivit
also the new Xpand 105's DLP link are the best glasses you can get (even better than my old Xpand 105's RF) , but they sadly do not work with these projectors