Conclusion: For those who are excited by the possibility of a 3D home theater with a nice big screen, the 3D-XL, combined with a 3D-capable DLP projector from Optoma or other manufacturers represents a compelling, affordable alternative to expensive full HD 1080p projection systems or puny flat panel 3D TVs.
Pros: Adds Blu-ray 3D and 3D set-top box compatibility to 3D-capable DLP projectors, Works with Side by Side 3D content (e.g., YouTube), Affordable
Cons: Two boxes required for 1080p/passive glasses installations, No remote for switching inputs or enabling SBS mode, A "left/right swap" button would be handy
Summary: After our tests we can conclude that the Optoma 3D-XL is a good solution if you need to an advanced solution for 3D technology. For this you must have a 3D compatible projector, because this gadget will work only with the 3D compatible devices.
Excerpt: We’ve recently seen a number of DLP projectors that claim to be 3D-ready. When you first hear this term it instantly equates with the now familiar HD-ready marketing that was so prevalent for HD TVs before we had anything much to play on them.