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Tomer Bar-Shlomo (Vrdate)
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Posted on Monday, April 19, 2010 - 7:42 am:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post

Hi there,
I have just ordered XpanD 3D Stereoscopic Kit with 2 X101 Active 3D Glasses for $788.99 including S&H I got the package yet it did not have any instructions or drivers for my computer, the sync IR Emitter by MacNaughton, Inc. has 24VDC power input with 110V connector yet it supports up to 240V so I have adapter to the Israeli electricity socket and it should work yet the SYNC has male connector like PS2 yet with only 3 pins and I have no Idea how to connect it.

Is my other hardware compatible for 3D viewing?
I have two monitors:
CRT Monitor 20inch IBM ThinkVision C220p 6735 up to 175hz (I used it before for 3D)
I am making connections to display device using DVI-2-HDMI cable

LCD Monitor 55inch Toshiba Series Deep Lagoon Regza 55ZV635 up to 200Hz (60hz input most likely will not work as well as the CRT)
I am making connections to display device using DVI-2-DVI cable

My two graphics card's brand and model is 2 x GigaByte GV-N295-18I-B (Rev. 1.0) PCI-E GTX 295 1792Mb DDR3 they are connected together at 4D Quad SLI for more info see:

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