3D Glasses for Epson 5020

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  1. djtech2k

    djtech2k Stunt Coordinator

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    I am looking for 3D glasses options for the 5020. The Epson version is model V12h548006 but they cost like $100 per pair. Does anyone know anywhere that may sell them cheaper or if there are any other options to use for the 5020?
     
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    These work fine. I have three pair. But they don't fold nor have a cloth holder for them. But it's a cheaper alternative. Samsung SSG-5100GB 3D Active Glasses
     
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    Any 2012+ Bluetooth glasses will work.
     
  4. djtech2k

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    Thanks!

    I have been referred to the 4100 and 5100's. Which is a better choice or whats the difference?

    How is the experience with them compared to the Epson ones that come with it?
     
  5. Gregg Loewen

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    hi

    I strongly suggest you stay with the manufacturers branded glasses (and the same model as what you already have).

    Mixing and matching does not work well.
     
  6. Michael TLV

    Michael TLV THX Video Instructor/Calibrator

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    Greetings

    Mix and match isn't so good especially if you plan to calibrate the projector. Too much variance between the glasses ... and once you go to third party, the variances get even worse.

    Regards
     

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