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Old 01-28-2021, 01:33 AM   #1
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Default Active Glasses Suggestions (for a newbie)?

I'm pretty new to home 3D, something I've wanted to set up for ages. I'm doing it on a budget, currently working with an Epson 2150 and a pair of Sintron ST07-BT glasses.

The setup has done fine so far, but they feel rather 'cheap' and I don't expect them to last. Just in case, I'm curious to know if there would be advantages going with different glasses in the future. I've had the BenQ DGD5 recommended, as well as the PAND X105-RF-X1, but would they really make any difference?

P.S. I've also had Epson's own glasses recommended, but they seem nigh impossible to find for sale!
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Old 01-28-2021, 03:15 PM   #2
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I'm a DLP guy so I can't really make a recommendation for Epson compatible glasses, but I can tell you that DLP Link glasses like the BenQ won't work. You have to stick to RF glasses with your projector.
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Old 01-28-2021, 10:22 PM   #3
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Best wishes! I'm posting to keep track for future options. I've got 12 pair of active rf glasses which give a wonderful image..... I'm worried what to replace them with and if I'll be able to find another projector in the future. My glasses feel "cheap" as well, so don't let that be a hindrance. Barring other advice, if you find multiple pairs that work reasonably well.....grab them!
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