That kit I posted includes the Xpand RF transmitter, it works identical to the $100 JVC transmitter.Are those the best glasses for the JVC? Does Amazon sell the glasses without the emitter for less (if I order 4 glasses I don't need 4 emitters).
Does it come with whatever I need to connect it to the RS500 - some three pin connector or something like that? Or do I need to buy something additional?
Do you remember the Optima 3D glasses from about 4-5 years ago. I have several pairs of those. I was thinking of getting 4 pairs of the polarized glasses for primary viewing, and then buying these extra Expand glasses for guests - but if the Optima glasses will work that I only need one pair of the Expand to get the emitter. I think?
The glasses by themselves are located here for $35 a piece
The X3 variant with horizontal polarization is only avail direct from xpand at the contract I provided. Or purchase the more expensive JVC glasses from a dealer, but they are identical as xpand makes thems for JVC.
Those Optoma glasses are also proprietary RF to the original MV3D transmitter, they will not work with the Xpand or JVC RF transmitter. Just about every other RF glasses on the market will work though so you have even more options for very inexpensive RF glasses. Someone posted an $11 pair that worked although they didn't look very sturdy.
Does your screen definitely retain polarization? My HP does not so I can get away with the inexpensive glasses.
edit, here is the kit with the transmitter + a nice case to hold the Xpand glasses, they fit perfect.