Benq W1070 144Hz projector, 3D glasses choices

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  1. homeaudio

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    the modle of my projector is Benq W1070 144Hz, want to get a get a compatible DLP-Link 3D Glasses which work with the new Benq W1070 for 1080p/24fps 3D HDMI input signal.
    i only know that the following glasses are compatible:
    Sainsonic 144Hz GlassesBenq 5J.J7K25.001



    So, are there any other glasses which are compatible with this projector?
     
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    2PCS 144Hz Tech can match with Benq W1070 144Hz
     
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    Im sure there are lots that will sync with the dlp.
    I always recommend manufacturer branded glasses.
     
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    Yes, always go with the manufacturer glasses... it isn't worth the hassle with the others
     
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    I would imagine the manufacturers glasses are designed to get the best out of their own projector with regards colour tint and performance, if you can try some out in a demonstration room before buying it might help you decide.
     
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    Hi i'm also looking the best possible DLP-Link glasses for W1070. So far i have tested 2 different glasses. Now looking new set to test.

    1.Sainsonic 144hz - Link

    -do not block sync, so blacks have some red tint.
    -50/50 change to have swapped "eyes", easy to fix with button on glasses.
    -never lost sync while looking onto screen.
    -a bit small lenses compared to some others but not really an issue.
    -cheap feel and not so nice to my nose.
    -quite good ghosting performance, only seen on extreme cases(not center).

    Biggest issue for these are the red tint on blacks. Overall good for the price i think.

    2.Hi-SHOCK model YDD3PG - Link

    -my nose like these. Lightweight.
    -big lenses.
    -no need to swap "eyes". Just right always.
    -never lost sync so far.
    -blacks looks black. Promised 100%(close anyway) sync block seems to be true this time.
    -ghosting performance is sadly quite poor [​IMG]. Even center there is some ghosting seen on extreme cases and viewing angle is not the best, so it increases fast...

    Biggest issue is ghosting, poor viewing angle. Otherwise these could have been the ultimate DLP-Link glasses. Searching continues....
     
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    are the benq 3D glasses just conpatible with the Benq projectors or it can match with other displayers, I think that is the only drawback of manufactures brand.
     
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    A number of manufacturers agreed that from 2012 onwards they would make their 3D glasses compatible with each others displays, not sure about the Benq though.
     

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