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It does, but all I have used are 3D blu ray movies. I just used a 3D capable LG blu ray player.
By CM Texas on October 31, 2013
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Yes, with limited range. The projector is great though. I have enjoyed every minute of it. Mine is set up in a 10 x 14 media room and fits perfect on a 92" screen.
By CM Texas on March 1, 2013
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Actually this projector does not suffer severely from this issue and it doesn't need any adjustment. Nevertheless, I believe you can adjust the settings.
By Number 5 on October 7, 2013
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In comparison to my hd811 (2D), I found hd33 needs to be installed closer to the screen to achieve the same image size. BTW, either projector is connected to a Blu-Ray Player with a HDMI cable.
By T. Hasegawa on January 10, 2013
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you dont do it in the software, you let the PJ do it. tbh, the 2d to 3d conversion in ANY pj is never very good.
By that guy on November 2, 2013
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my screen never flickers. You should contact technical support.
By M. Hommel on May 9, 2013
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This projector died on me and decided to get an HD26. The HD33 had the most amazing image but it was horrendous in reliability. I am in my last Optoma and it doesn't work, I am going to buy Epsons from now on.
By Number 5 on October 4, 2015
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DLP link is more widespread - many projectors use DLP link. 3DRF is less common. The big advantage is RF does not need a line of sight. DLP link needs either a direct line of sight or bounce off the screen. This is usually not a problem for most people. RF can connect from anywhere in the room. There is absolutel… see more DLP link is more widespread - many projectors use DLP link. 3DRF is less common. The big advantage is RF does not need a line of sight. DLP link needs either a direct line of sight or bounce off the screen. This is usually not a problem for most people. RF can connect from anywhere in the room. There is absolutely no quality difference in the technology - if one pair of glasses is better than the other, it is strictly the manufacturer of the glasses and has nothing to do with RF or IR (DLP link) see less DLP link is more widespread - many projectors use DLP link. 3DRF is less common. The big advantage is RF does not need a line of sight. DLP link needs either a direct line of sight or bounce off the screen. This is usually not a problem for most people. RF can connect from anywhere in the room. There is absolutely no quality difference in the technology - if one pair of glasses is better than the other, it is strictly the manufacturer of the glasses and has nothing to do with RF or IR (DLP link)
By Harry on December 18, 2012
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The 12V trigger is an output to trigger an external accessory like a motorized screen. If you need a new power cord, it is just a standard IEC/110 power cord like you would use for a HDTV or desktop PC what has a built in power supply.
By Tom A. MANUFACTURER on March 14, 2016