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  • infectus commented on infectus's instructable 3D home theater for under a grand8 months ago
    3D home theater for under a grand

    Sorry for the late reply.You should e-mail these guys: http://www.apioptics.com/3d-projection-filters.htm...It is probably your best best at getting a decent quality set of filters, I wouldn't recommend anything other than glass now, the film and acrylic filters are too easy to scratch. My setup as depicted in this instructable is still working to this day, but leaves more to be desired. My really cheap filters make the image look ever-so-slightly hazy. If you get a set of glass filters, use kimwipes and isopropyl alcohol to clean them, but only when a simple blast of compressed air doesn't do the trick. (don't use isopropyl on acrylic, distilled water and soap only).It's interesting to see that it has gotten harder to find the filters, but not surprising since the hype of 3D was killed...see more »Sorry for the late reply.You should e-mail these guys: http://www.apioptics.com/3d-projection-filters.htm...It is probably your best best at getting a decent quality set of filters, I wouldn't recommend anything other than glass now, the film and acrylic filters are too easy to scratch. My setup as depicted in this instructable is still working to this day, but leaves more to be desired. My really cheap filters make the image look ever-so-slightly hazy. If you get a set of glass filters, use kimwipes and isopropyl alcohol to clean them, but only when a simple blast of compressed air doesn't do the trick. (don't use isopropyl on acrylic, distilled water and soap only).It's interesting to see that it has gotten harder to find the filters, but not surprising since the hype of 3D was killed off by sloppy conversions and garbage TVs with stupid gimmicks like smooth motion/motion flow, etc.Maybe avatar 2 will give Hollywood another chance to get it right.good luck with your setup!

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