DLP 3D Glasses 144Hz for All 3D DLP Projectors
Original Post: Extremely impressed with the picture quality of these glasses.
I recommend this purchase heavily if you have a DLP projector and want to enjoy 3d blurays (also a few xbox 360 games).
I bought theses DLP Link 3D glasses because a pack of 4 for $67.00 was a good deal.
Like many of us here who still adore 3D, I was looking at options to keep the 3D blu ray collection alive especially on the big screen via projector.
The glasses work well, however we found them to be very uncomfortable.
They're OK But not at that price .
If you like 3-D movies these glasses are not the one you should get
Active Shutter 3D Glasses use "DLP Link" as their sync method. Compatible with Optoma/BenQ/Acer/Vivitek/Panasonic/Dell/Viewsonic/LG/Samsung/Mitsubishi dLP-link projectors.
5/5Original Post: Extremely impressed with the picture quality of these glasses.
Although only one of the four batteries can be charged (the others can easily last longer than any watch time), I still think the product is well worth the cost. If you have a DLP projector and want to watch 3D Blu-rays, I highly recommend making this purchase (also a few xbox 360 games). As soon as I have a larger couch, I'll buy more. The glasses are ready to use right out of the box; all you need to do is toggle between modes using the power button and leave the projector settings alone. The comfort level of prescription glasses is more than satisfactory. I hope they keep up the quality! It's time to enjoy some fantastic material right now! Everything you require is in these glasses. They are of a good caliber, cozy, and simple to use and recharge. Each pair comes with a charging wire, protective case, and glasses sack. They're the same as another brand I get for $65 per pair. This price just cannot be beaten. Although these are quite easy, I wasn't sure how these would work with my projector. Charge them first, then press that button. When you do it while a movie is playing, everything will fall into place. They lived up to their promise. I heartily endorse these 3D glasses. I was considering ways to preserve the 3D Blu-ray collection, particularly on the big screen, like many of us who still like 3D.
2/5They're OK But not at that price .
The spectacles are uncomfortable on your face and they darken all 3D movies. Even when the battery is fully charged, the device frequently glitches out. These glasses are not the ones you should get if you enjoy watching 3-D movies. They're fine, but not for that cost. The eyewear is acceptable, but not at that amount. They work, but not for the price you pay. Even in 3D, where the glasses are intended to be vibrant and pop, they don't look well. When the movie's scene is supposed to be vibrant and pop, they don't look good. When the movie's scene is supposed to pop, they don't look nice. Even in 3D movies where the colors are meant to burst and look vibrant, they don't look nice. The screen is too thin and the lens is too small. Too little battery life is available. The movie cannot be seen in its entirety on the screen. For all the details in the movie to be seen, the lenses must be larger. They hinder your ability to see what is in front of you. When seeing the screen in three dimensions, there are far too many issues. The lens is too narrow and the frame is too large. There is no available screen space.
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