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they both produce the best 3D picture I've ever seen
on April 24, 2017
I bought both these and the IncrediSonic Vue DLP Link glasses so I will be comparing the two. Both of them work as intended and when combined with my BenQ w1070 projector, they both produce the best 3D picture I've ever seen, however, there are pros and cons to each. These glasses are the most comfortable for me and seem a bit bigger, so they aren't as tight fitting on my big head. Once on, they feel more like they're molded to fit my face while the IncrediSonic glasses kind of feel like a hunk of plastic sitting on my nose. (I even tried the different interchangeable nose pieces and they didn't help much) These also seem to adjust the 3D picture correctly for each eye the first time while with the IncrediSonic glasses, I found myself having to press the power button to swap eyes. There are a couple of things I don't like about these glasses, however, and that's why I'm giving them 4 stars instead of 5. For one, the lenses are not perfectly smooth. They seem to be made of plastic and there are tiny variations that distort the picture very slightly. It's really a nitpick because it's not enough for most people to notice, but it is there and the IncrediSonic glasses don't seem to have that problem. Another thing is the location of the power button. It's inside the temple next to the lens and although I can press it without taking the glasses off, it's a little difficult. The power button on the IncrediSonic glasses is on top of the temple which makes it very easy to press. The last thing that concerns me about these glasses is battery replacement. The IncrediSonic glasses are rechargeable but these have a button cell battery that has to be replaced. Overall, both brands of glasses are acceptable, though I think I prefer the IncrediSonic glasses for the clearer lens and rechargeable battery.