Optoma 3D-XL - Dispositivo 3D, 280 x 190 x 30 mm, 1080 g, Negro
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Color del producto: Negro
Consumo energético: 20 W
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 280 x 190 x 30 mm
Peso: 1.08 kg
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Lo compré por la foto ya que era el producto que necesitaba, la referencia cuadra, pero no la descripción. Es el dispositivo que precede a algunos proyectores con DLP para convertirlo en 3D.
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I bought the ViewSonic PJD6531w DLP Projector and a Panasonic DMP-BDT100 3D Blu-Ray player based on a review indicating that those devices work together to provide 3D video on the projector. They didn't - 2D was all I could display.
When I heard about this unit coming in December, I ordered it and finally got it last week. After doing all the setups, I still was not getting 120Hz communication going on the projector. I swapped cables, and every combination of settings I could think of and still no 3D. I had no idea what was wrong as I had a new projector, Blu-Ray player and the 3D-XL converter. None of these had been used to display 3D so any of the devices could have been the cause of the problem.
After a few days, I decided to check the switch on the back of the converter that I had read about. It switches the unit from a single projector display to a left or right projector for a dual projector configuration (using two 3D-XL units). The switch had tape holding it in position which appeared to be the 720P setting that should have worked with my projector. I removed the tape sticker and positioned the switch to each of the 3 positions and then set it back to 720P. After that, everything started working and the projector kicked into 120Hz mode showing left and right images... I put on the 3D glasses and switched them on to see 3D clearly displayed in amazing color!
I've watched several 3D movies and concert DVDs now and also 3D photos and videos
using the FujiFilm 3D W3 camera. The Optoma 3D-XL worked flawlessly.
I have only one suggestion that might make setup more fool proof: provide indicators on the front panel to denote the switch setting so it's obvious when 720P mode is used, versus dual projector mode. Having that feature would have saved me many hours of frustration getting everything working together.
I've tried Optoma BG-ZD101 glasses and ViewSonic PGD-250 glasses and they both worked well. The contrast seemed better on the Optoma but the image is also a bit darker. The ViewSonic glasses had intermittent problems with flashing every 20 seconds or so. I found that by adjusting the projector to use a brighter setting and also increasing contrast to nearly maximum, the occasional flash issue stopped. With those settings, the screen image appears overly bright when viewing without the glasses but when wearing the glasses, the image is AMAZING! This unit brought my home theater into the world of 3D and I'm loving it!