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Epson V12H548006 RF 3D Glasses
Epson V12H548006 RF 3D Glasses
Manufacturer : Epson
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Product Description
Take 3D entertainment to a whole new level - right at home - with an EPSON 3D projector 1 and EPSON RF 3D Glasses. Stylish and lightweight, while offering amazingcoverage, these 3D glasses enable you to experience eye-popping home entertainment in thecomfort of your own living room. Fully adjustable, they ensure comfort and convenience, andeven fit over most eyeglasses. Epson's RF 3D glasses are rechargeable up to 40 hours 2.They also include a cleaning cloth for easy maintenance, and a soft storage case for protectionwhen not in use.. Easily adjustable - offers the ideal fit for almost anyone; fits over most eyeglasses. Compatibility - for use with RF 3D projectors including the PowerLite Home Cinema3020, 3020e, 5020UB, 5020UBe and Pro Cinema 6020UB. Rechargeable 2 - up to 40 hours, plus 3 -minute quick charge
Product Details
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Epson
  • Model: V12H548006
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 3.60" h x 12.70" w x 15.10" l, .30 pounds
  • Product Features
  • Crystal-clear 3D entertainment
  • Sleek, lightweight design; remarkable coverage
  • Easily adjustable; fits over most eyeglasses
  • Rechargeable up to 40 hours, plus 3-minute quick charge
  • Compatibility For use with RF 3D projectors including the PowerLite Home Cinema 3020, 3020e, 5020UB, 5020UBe and Pro Cinema 6020UB
  • Customer Reviews

    Most helpful customer reviews

    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
    3Comparison of 6 Brands: Samsung, 3Active, Epson, ValueView, Panasonic, 3DHeaven
    By xody
    Comparison of 6 Brands: Samsung, 3Active, Epson, ValueView, Panasonic, 3DHeaven

    Tested all glasses on Espon 2040 and Epson 3500

    Darkness: from darkest to lightest (note: difference from one end to the other is marginal, but definitely noticeable): Samsung/3Active, Epson/ValueView, Panasonic/3DHeaven

    Crosstalk: from least to most (note: this is looking straight through the lens, looking at an angel introduces crosstalk in different ways – crosstalk is only noticeable in extreme contrast situations – and is otherwise rarely noticed): Samsung/3Active, ValueView/Epson, Panasonic, 3DHeaven

    Comfort: from most to least (note: only 3Active bothered me): Panasonic/3DHeaven/Samsung/ValueView/Epson, 3Active

    Lens size: from biggest to smallest (this doesn’t really impact viewing in my experience): ValueView, Epson/Samsung/3Active, Panasonic/3DHeaven

    Price: from least to most: Panasonic, Samsung, ValueView, 3DHeaven, 3Active, Epson

    My recommendation:
    For the price, if you are going to get a few: the Panasonic and Samsung will give you good value and you get the option of brightest image or least crosstalk. I find that I like the brighter image more, but on the occasions that you are noticing crosstalk, the Samsungs are nice because they pretty much annihilate it. If you want something in the middle (medium brightness and medium crosstalk in one package), then I recommend the ValueView. I see no benefit to the 3D Heaven glasses because they have the most crosstalk of them all and are not brighter than the Panasonics and are more than double the price. The Epsons are pretty good performers, just like the ValueViews but are over double the price, and are over quadruple the price of the Panasonics and Samsungs. The 3Active are not comfortable and perform exactly like the Samsungs at more than twice the price.

    At the end of the day I use the ValueView and Espons (which I got with my projector) the most, but use the Samsungs a bunch too. My wife likes the Panasonics the most because of brightness.

    More detailed review of all glasses below:

    (2x Pair) Samsung Rechargeable 3D Active Glasses, Black
    SSG3300GR
    http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Rechargeable-Active-Glasses-Black/dp/B004PYEBZ2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00

    Darkness: Like the 3ACTIVE glasses, these are tied as darkest of them all – slightly more blue than red/green color too
    Crosstalk/Ghosting: Like the 3ACTIVE glasses, these are tied having the least crosstalk of them all (I assume the darkness means the shutters are open for less time, which equals less crosstalk)
    Comfort: Relatively comfortable – medium sized lens – they are the only pair that do NOT fold
    Operation: I found these to be the most annoying with no on/off switch – they always worked, but I can’t tell if the battery is draining or not all the time – it seems that bending the frames as you place them on your head turns them on and that they just time off
    Price per pair: $20

    Adult Epson ELPGS03 3D Glasses 3D Heaven Rechargeable Compatible 3-D Glasses
    Ultra-Clear HD
    http://www.amazon.com/ELPGS03-Glasses-Heaven-Rechargeable-Compatible/dp/B00GVLL8DK?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage

    Darkness: These are tied with the Panasonic as the brightest most red and green allowed through
    Crosstalk/Ghosting: These have the most crosstalk of them all
    Comfort: They are pretty comfortable with a nice surface finish – lens is small
    Operation: No problems – time off
    Price per pair: $40

    EPSON-Compatible ValueView® 3D Glasses. Rechargeable. ONE PAIR
    A2S01243BP5
    http://www.amazon.com/EPSON-Compatible-ValueView®-Glasses-Rechargeable-PAIR/dp/B00ACN8D9U?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage

    Darkness: These are in the middle in terms of brightness – have more red and green than the darkest pairs – almost tied with the Epsons which are ever so slightly darker
    Crosstalk/Ghosting: These are in the the second least crosstalk tier (after the Samsung and the 3ACTIVE)
    Comfort: Decent. Lots of room for glasses underneath – nose piece may be a little uncomfortable. Large lens size
    Operation: Once you turn these on you cannot turn them off – I think they need to time off
    Price per pair: $35

    Epson V12H548006 RF 3D Glasses
    http://www.amazon.com/Epson-V12H548006-RF-3D-Glasses/dp/B00AB9IDOU?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage

    Darkness: These are in the middle in terms of brightness – have more red and green than the darkest pairs – almost tied with the ValueViews which are ever so slightly brighter
    Crosstalk/Ghosting: These are in the second least crosstalk tier (after the Samsung and the 3ACTIVE) - may have a smudge less crosstalk than the ValueViews, but they may be equal too - I keep going back and forth on this
    Comfort: Comfortable. may be a bit tight behind the ear with a big head. Nice nose-piece. Medium lens size
    Operation: Great. They have an on off slider and a pair button – full control of power.
    Price per pair: $80

    EPSON-Compatible 3ACTIVE® 3D Glasses. Rechargeable. TWIN-PACK
    A1S01338GD5
    http://www.amazon.com/EPSON-Compatible-3ACTIVE®-Glasses-Rechargeable-TWIN-PACK/dp/B00HWERZN2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage
    Darkness: Like the Samsung glasses, these are tied as darkest of them all – slightly more blue than red/green color too
    Crosstalk/Ghosting: Like the Samsung glasses, these are tied having the least crosstalk of them all (I assume the darkness means the shutters are open for less time, which equals less crosstalk)
    Comfort: Very tight behind ears… Medium lens size – better for small heads would be my guess because of behind ear tightness
    Operation: Smooth and easy
    Price per pair: $50

    Panasonic VIERA TY-ER3D4MU Active Shutter 3D Eyewear (for 2012 and 2013 Panasonic VIERA 3D TVs)
    http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-TY-ER3D4MU-Active-Shutter-Eyewear/dp/B007EHI1DK?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage

    Darkness: These are tied with the 3D Heaven as the brightest most red and green allowed through
    Crosstalk/Ghosting: These have the second most crosstalk of them all
    Comfort: These definitely comfortable – a little flimsy, but sit well on head. Small lens size
    Operation: No problems. On off switch and pair button
    Price per pair: $15

    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
    5Excellent but...
    By Sean D.
    Bought these to replace a couple Samsung 5150 and to see if they were better than the 2 Panasonic Vieras I have. Firstly these are leaps ahead of the Samsungs, which always had terrible ghosting and eye strain with my setup. So upgrading was a No-Brainer there. Next I compared the to the Panasonic pair. While watching Frozen 3D when Elsa sings Let it go and Captain America winter soldier. I had a little ghosting on the Panasonic as well as the Epson, although the epson was slightly less noticeable. The one thing I did notice right off the bat, was the Epson pair seemed to have more depth than the Panasonic, lenses were clearer on the Epson pair. Not dramatically different, but noticeable none the less. Then there the matter of eye strain. I always had issues with the other glasses before the Epson but sofar I'm not getting fatigued as soon with these. So definitely a plus in my book. The shutters on the Epson seem to handle adjusting the depth better than the othres.

    Overall the epson are superior to the Samsung 5150. The Panasonic is a very close second almost like a photo finish. The pros of the Epson aren't enough for me to justify replacing all 4 of the others, but I will replace the Samsung with either more Panasonic or epson.

    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
    53D Glasses get 5 Stars
    By Sherlock Holmes
    Glasses need to be charged before use and then synchronized to your system. Charging is easy with any USB electrical adapter and the synchronization is a simple push button - and once synchronized they seem to find the signal by themselves on future uses!

    The glasses are light and comfortable and after about ten minutes you even forget you have them on. 3D effect is very good.

    I am using the glasses with an Epson 3020 home theatre projector with the image on a 100 inch screen. I purchased these additional glasses (two pair) because I was so pleased with the two pair that came with the projector.

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