XPAND AE125-RF Sony 3D Emitter PRO

Original price was: $1,399.00.Current price is: $899.00.

100% Ready To Connect Sony XW6000ES, XW70000ES, GT380

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XPANDVISION 3D RF Emitter Overview

Power on/off light, green color represents the power LED. When lit power is ON.

Power Connector: 12VDC

Reverse Push-button: RF sync signal can be reversed with suppressed push-button.

Sync Connector: BNC synchronization signal connector input.

Sync LED: Yellow color. When OFF there is no sync signal present. When sync signal is present LED will be ON and it will blink according to sync signal frequency.

RF/Bluetooth Emitter, Mid-Range, VESA standard input, HFR Compliant 96Hz – 240Hz.

XPAND X105-RF-X1 3D Glasses $89, Sale $67.

On Display/Demo on 8 Sony, JVC & AWOL theaters at our 2nd A/V showroom where we built 15 cinema demo rooms

X105-RF-X1 Pairing Procedure

  1. First I set the projector to run some 3D content.

  2. Then with glasses in hand I move to within 2-3 feet of the RF emitter.  The purpose being that there are a lot of RF signals in a typical house including your cell phone. So you want to be very close to the device in order to better insure you are pairing to the correct RF signal.

  3. I hold the glasses in my left hand so I can see the LED( partially closed temple piece) and be able to turn on the glasses with my right thumb.

  4. (Please note that the pairing operation I describe below begins immediately after you turn on the glasses.  It is one continuous operation)

  5. Press the on/off button once and observe the LED quickly going from dim to bright………..Immediately press and hold the on/off button again and slowly count to 7 and then release the on/off button.

  6. Observe the LED near the end of the count to 7 and note the LED will flash 6 times quickly to indicate that the glasses paired to something.

  7. Confirm the glasses are working in 3D by viewing the 3D movie.