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X6d USA XpanD X102 3D Glasses

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  • Extended White-Light Range supports large rooms
  • XpanD X102 Series is optimized to work with DLP chips
  • Please Note: These glasses will work ONLY with Mitsubishi 3D Ready HDTVs.
  • Technical Information-Glass Technology-Active Shutter: Technical Information-Lens Type-LCD: Technical Information-Synchronization Method-DLP Link: Technical Information-Application/Usage-Projector: Battery Information
  • Maximum Battery Run Time-120 Hour: Physical Characteristics-Weight (Approximate)-2.10 Oz:
  • Technical Information-Glass Technology-Active Shutter: Technical Information-Lens Type-LCD: Technical Information-Synchronization Method-DLP Link: Technical Information-Application/Usage-Projector: Battery Information-Maximum Battery Run Time-12
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: X6d USA Inc
  • Model: X102

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.9 x 3.3 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003FBO7JQ
  • Item model number: X102
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 3, 2010

Product Description

XpanD is best known for its commitment to providing the Absolute 3D Experience! We took what was best in Cinemas and made it available for single chip DLP projectors and televisions using DLP-Link 3D communication. General Information-Manufacturer-XpanD: General Information-Manufacturer Part Number-X102:General Information-Manufacturer Website Address-xpandcinema:General Information-Brand Name-XpanD: General Information-Product Model-X102:General Information-Product Name-X102 3D Glasses: General Information-Product Type-3D Glasses: Warranty-Standard Warranty-1 Year: Technical Information-Glass Technology-Active Shutter: Technical Information-Lens Type-LCD: Technical Information-Synchronization Method-DLP Link: Technical Information-Application/Usage-Projector: Battery Information-Maximum Battery Run Time-120 Hour: Physical Characteristics-Weight (Approximate)-2.10 Oz:

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Customer Reviews

Batteries are worthless, therefore the glasses are worthless.
Ermaho2
I read about the different manufacturers on various forums and I became very interested in the Xpand X102 DLP Link application.
Esa802
I'd avoid this product unless you want to help subsidize this companies bottom line for as long as you own them.
LossAngeles

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John on October 4, 2010
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I got these glasses and have a Mits 73 inch TV. While these work great if you 4 feet from the TV once you go back up 10+ feet you will get alot of flicker they go in and out of 3D model..
I then purchased the Optuma pair for $30 less...they worked perfectly...flawless...with minimal to no flicker.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Esa802 on April 17, 2010
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This review is for the Xpand X102 3d shutter glasses. This is going to be a beaming review as I am very pleased with this product. First and foremost I am 3d DLP rear projection tv owner. I have the Samsung HL67A750 which is an LED based rear projection tv. In lieu of the new 3d standard for both broadcast and the Blu ray optical discs I knew I needed to purchase 3d active shutter glasses. I read about the different manufacturers on various forums and I became very interested in the Xpand X102 DLP Link application. These glasses receive a white light particle that is imbedded in the image when your display is in 3d mode. Our eyes can not see it but the X102s do and this is how it syncs with the image on the tv to shutter the left and right eyes on the glasses thus creating the 3d effect. I had difficulty in locating these glasses for some time so I purchased the Samsung SSG-1000 3d shutter glasses to view the Avatar video game in 3d on the Xbox 360. These glasses worked very well with the game and I also used a software that came bundled with the glasses for PC applications. However I had to use an emitter and these glasses where no longer being manufactured so I was stuck with just one pair.

Fast forward 4 months, I was browsing the AVS forum and someone posted a link to Amazon to these glasses. The Sharp Xpand X102 3d shutter glasses. Needless to say I ordered them sight unseen. I ordered 2 of them as their price was $50 less per pair than what the manufacturer was selling them for. I am still on their waiting list. I received the glasses in 6 business days of ordering them and indeed they were worth the wait. They are very durable and supremely comfortable. I have tried on at least 6 different styles of 3d eyewear and these by far are the most comfortable.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By DIGICOOL on August 14, 2010
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The proprietary battery sucks, came shipped with a battery installed and turned on, dies shortly after i got em. if you want to order more batteries then you have to go online to do so and the shipping for them is just as much as the batteries themselves. crazy! dont buy these!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. Ryan on October 11, 2010
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I ordered and received 2 pair of the glasses to use with my Mits. 73" DLP.
Although they were advertised to work directly with the tv, and wouldn't need any additional hardware, I Couldn't get them to work, and finally had to buy the Mits. 3dc-100 3d adapter unit. I still don't know if this was my fault or if the glasses do indeed require the adapter in order to work. (I use my PS3 for games and movies, it works great!) After installing the adapter the glasses worked well. However, the batteries for the glasses are propietary, (meaning that you will have to buy them from Xpand) don't seem to last as long as advertised, and the tool to remove the batteries broke the first time I tried to use it- (very poorly designed.) About a month later I ordered the Optima glasses (2 pair) and I like them much better. They use the normaal button batteries, come with different sized nose pieces to adapt to different shaped faces, seem to provide a brighter viewing experience, and to top it off they were much cheaper than the Xpands. Also, neither brand of glasses have ever given myself or anyone in my family headaches, I think that rumor is a bunch of baloney! So in the end I believe that the Optima glasses are a much better value than the Xpands. I will say that 3D games and movies are great fun, and if you can afford the 3dtv, go for it!!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ermaho2 on September 27, 2010
A piece of junk, with weird batteries that have a life span of about two minutes. For two minutes, the glasses work with DLP, then........bye bye.
Batteries are worthless, therefore the glasses are worthless. Stay away. Amazon should not even be listing this product.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Red212 on September 13, 2010
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The XpanD 3D glasses, well in one word, well it does what it is supposed to do, please that these glasses work only with DLP TVs and nothing else, these are not the XpanD universal Shutter Glasses, There is two things that I don't like about these glasses, the Proprietary batteries which are a little expensive and the no turn off button, the glasses goes off once they are in a box ( no light detected). If you have a DLP 3D TV these are the only solution for 3D and they are of good Quality.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chris Blount on July 7, 2010
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I have the Samsung HL67A750 DLP TV and the Panasonic DMP-BDT350 3D Blu_ray player on the checkerboard format setting. These glasses work perfect with this combination. The Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 3D Blu-Ray looks fantastic and the depth perception is quite good. There are some minor issues with ghosting and some red colors don't do so well but overall the experience is quite positive. A great and relatively inexpensive way to get into 3D without having to buy a whole new TV.

The glasses themselves are comfortable to wear and let plenty of light through for a bright crisp picture. Range is also very good. I can walk over 20 feet away from the TV and the glasses still stay in sync.

Highly recommended for entry into 3D!

EDIT: To get rid of the ghosting and red color issues, the HDMI 3 input on the Samsung HL67A750 must be renamed to "PC". That cleared everything up and the 3D looks fantastic!
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