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3DTV Corp DLP-LINK 3D Glasses 2 Pairs for ALL 3D Ready DLP Projectors and ALL Samsung and Mitsubishi DLP TV's

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  • DLP Link 3D Glasses (TWO) for All 3D Ready DLP Projectors and All Samsung and Mitsubishi DLP TVs
  • Excellent image-sturdy comfortable glasses with one standard CR2032 battery
  • Superior image -- no ghosting, no tinting
  • Lightweight and comfortable
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3DTV Corp DLP-LINK 3D Glasses 2 Pairs for ALL 3D Ready DLP Projectors and ALL Samsung and Mitsubishi DLP TV's + BenQ W1070 1080P 3D Home Theater Projector (White)
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004G2VJM6
  • Item model number: DLP2-2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 11, 2010

Product Description

NOTE: This is a non-rechargeable 3d glasses,it runs with one CR2032 battery.You don't need worry about rechargeable battery will be wear out in some months. Look for " DLP PRO" print on the temple which is the most loved one got tons of good reviews by the customers. 3DTV Corp DLP LINK® 3D Glasses (TWO) for ALL 3D Ready DLP Projectors and ALL Samsung® and Mitsubishi® DLP TV's Excellent image-sturdy comfortable glasses with one standard CR2032 battery Superior image -no ghosting, no tinting-Lightweight comfortable NOTE: This is a non-rechargeable 3d glasses,it runs with one CR2032 battery.You don't need worry about rechargeable battery will be wear out in some months. Look for " DLP PRO" print on the temple which is the most loved one got tons of good reviews by our customers.

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Customer Reviews

These work great with my Optoma HD33 3D Projector.
halloweenfan4life
They are lightweight, comfortable, and fit very well over my normal glasses; even better than the RealD glasses from the theater do.
karl
These 3d dlp link glasses work great with the older Samsung dlp "3d ready" tv's which use the obsolete checkerboard formatting.
Nitpicker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Rex on June 5, 2012
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I have an 82" Mitsubishi Model WD-82740. It has both an internal emitter as well as a port in the back for an external emitter. I didn't buy an external emitter.

At first when I tried these glasses on the Directv 3D channels, I couldn't get them to stay synced while sitting on my couch front and center. If I stood up, they worked perfectly. If I was off to the left or right they worked perfectly. If I was behind my couch crouching down, they worked perfectly. What the?! Then if figured out that if i partially covered the receiver part of the glasses with my finger, i could get them to work while sitting on my couch but who wants to watch TV like that?

Next I started playing with 3d settings on the TV and all the while I just assumed that the "Internal Emitter" had to be ON because I don't have an external emitter. But these are DLP Link Glasses - I mean I "knew" that's what I bought but still thought the internal emitter had to be on for them to work. Actually you DO NOT want the internal emitter on as it apparently causes a conflict with the signal. After turning the internal emitter OFF and keeping the DLP on standard, they work flawlessly!

I have yet to try a 3D movie but will do that soon. The 3d can be a little taxing on the eyes after a bit but I'm getting more and more used to them.

What else...oh I (sometimes) wear glasses and can wear them underneath with no issue.

Great price for these great glasses. In fact I just ordered another set of them!

Hope this is helpful to someone out there! Cheers!
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Sean G on January 4, 2012
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I ordered these glasses to work with my Acer H5360 DLP 3D projector. I also own two pairs of the Optoma 101 glasses. Both work very well but 3DTV Corp glasses seem to hold the signal better than the Optoma's. I played Motorstorm 3D Rift on my PS3 last night for about an hour and the glasses didn't lose sync even once. They are much lighter than the Optomas as well so you can get through an hour without them pushing into your nose and causing discomfort. The Optoma glasses come with three interchangable nose pieces but it's really just semantics. They barely improve the comfort simply because there is just too much weight pushing on your nose. These are much more comfortable around the nose and look a little more slick. They also seem to let through a little more light than the Optoma glasses so the screen remains relatively bright; a big advantage over the Optoma glasses for anyone using a projector.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Michael91401 on June 3, 2011
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I am very pleased with these glasses. They are great for the price.
I've been through numerous different 3D glasses for viewing 3D content on my Mitsubishi 73835 DLP TV.
Each manufacturer's glasses have some issues, but these are by far the best I have found so far.
In fact, I ordered two more pairs, which arrived yesterday.
The primary advantages of these glasses are:
1. No rainbow effect - A visible rainbow effect was present in the Viewsonic and Optomo glasses. It was annoying, but those glases were otherwise satisfactory. I am very happy these glasses do not have this problem and are definitely my current preferred glasses for 3D DLP-Link viewing.
2. Comfort - These glasses are much more comfortable than any others I have tried.
3. Durability - Construction of these glasses appears to be superior to the ViewSonic and Optoma, which easily crack and break. These glasses fold for storage in a small drawstring bag, so they take up far less storage space. They are delicate, but the construction appears to be superior to other glasses I've used.
4. Battery - Standard 2032,readily available anywhere. The battery is extremely easy to replace. It is inserted into a little drawer near the temple, which simply slides out. The Optoma and ViewSonic need an eyeglass repair screwdriver and a surgeon's steady hands to replace the battery.
5. Good sync - I have not yet experienced any issues with flicker or sync. My seating is approximately 8 - 10 feet from the screen.
So far, the only minor complaint I have found with these glasses is a slight buzzing sound, which can be heard when the movie I'm watching is completely silent. I do not notice the buzz from the glasses most of the time, during normal audio level content with music, dialogue, etc.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By perrier52 on March 12, 2013
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The glasses work great for 3d on the Benq w1070 projector,great price and fast shipping. Only ordered 2 pairs but will order 2 more.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ron A. Horne on September 17, 2013
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I have a ViewSonic PJD5134 SVGA DLP Projector and these 3DTV Corp DLP-LINK 3D Glasses work great. I like that they have a replaceable battery, rechargeable are great until they go out and then you are usually have to or are better off replacing the whole thing.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CATALINA VARGAS on October 2, 2013
3DTV Corp DLP-LINK 3D Glasses 2 Pairs for ALL 3D Ready DLP Projectors and ALL Samsung and Mitsubishi DLP TV'sI got these for my birthday from my sons (4 pairs). I have an Benq w1080st projector and an Elite Screens 120" electric projector, and running the 3d blu ray on some Panasonic bluray player I bought at SamsClub.

The main thing to say is wow.

Originally I wanted the Name brand Benq Glasses but they are $80 each and I needed 4 pairs just for my family and 2 more just in case someone came over. After reading the reviews for these 3DTV Corp glasses I decided to give them a try so I told my son what to be me for my Bday. These were $56 for a set of 2.

First impression was that the the packaging was very nice and not cheap looking. They came with a very nice drawstring pouch and a cleaning cloth, very nice and good quality. Save the box they came in as it is tough and very easy to store your glasses in when not in use, just throw out all the cardboard packaging they come with. Also get on amazon and order some extra batteries, I bought a 50pack for $7 of the CR2032 batteries.

The glasses looked a little big to me but well built. Some previews claim claim that they are difficult to know if they are on or not. READ THE MANUAL people . There is only 1 single button push it and the glasses go black for half a second and ten clear and they are on. Hold the button down for 1 second and the lenses blink 3 times and they are off. What is so hard about that! or just leave them on they turn themselves off if no signal is received for 5 mins.
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