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Ok, trying to make sense of it all. I ordered the adapter off Ebay, but it doesn't have an emitter, but I'm guessing that's fine since I won't be using the glasses that came in the kit.


What glasses do I need to look for to work with my tv and the adapter? Cheap as possible is always best, but definitely want to know what is yielding the best performance.
 

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I am figuring it out right now.


Do I continue to use DLP-Link or go for an emitter with a bunch of glasses. I think I'd go for the cheapest solution myself. I need at least 10 pair total. I have two pair of Xpand and two pair of Viewsonic on the DLP-Link. So I still need 6 more pair of DLP link or like a 10 pak with an emitter.


The glasses follow the emitter, as long as the emitter works with a VESA port it whould work fine?
 

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Originally Posted by JOHNnDENVER /forum/post/19648493


I am figuring it out right now.


Do I continue to use DLP-Link or go for an emitter with a bunch of glasses. I think I'd go for the cheapest solution myself. I need at least 10 pair total. I have two pair of Xpand and two pair of Viewsonic on the DLP-Link. So I still need 6 more pair of DLP link or like a 10 pak with an emitter.


The glasses follow the emitter, as long as the emitter works with a VESA port it whould work fine?

Cheapest DLP-Link I've found (with good specs), @ $59 for the first pair, and $49 for every pair thereafter. http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1296909
 
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