Mini LCD display, no radiation, no damage to eyes
Unique optical system is adopted to replicate a 36-inch screen 2 meters away
Broad adaptability; can be connected to DVD players, Game Consoles or other standard AV products
Supports PAL + NTSC video signals
External battery for complete freedom - up to 8 hours maximum per charge
Easy operation and convenience of portability
Variable volume, brightness and contrast
Can be worn over conventional glasses
Input power supply: DC 4.5V----DC 12V stable voltage (100-240V)
Power adapter: output DC 9V stable voltage
Rechargeable Lithium battery: LP900 lithium battery, 7.2V / 900mAH
Power consumption: 1.2W
Battery life - up to 8 hours maximum
Image input signal: PAL or NTSC colour video signal
Pixel: colour 230,000 pixels (320 x 240 x 3 RGB)
Field angle: diagonal 26 degrees
Picture size: equal to 36-inch picture 2 meters away
Brightness, contrast and volume controls
AV input terminal: quadruple core Ø3.5
Image: 1 Vpp / 72Ω (off-balance)
Sound: 200mVrms / 20KΩ
Power input terminal: Ø4.0
Working temperature: -20ºC to +60ºC
Storage temperature: -20ºC to +80ºC
Virtual Vision headset with built-in Stereo Earphones
In-Line remote control
Audio Video cable
Triple RCA female to female converter
Q. Is the Virtual Vision compatible with the Sony PSP?
As the PSP does not have an Video Out socket the Virtual Vision will not work with it.
Q. Are the Virtual Vision glasses dangerous for my eyes?
The Virtual Vision glasses are designed so as to not damage your eyes. However, just like any screen or TV, it is recommended to take a 15 minutes break at least every 2 hours so as not to let your eyes get too tired.
Q. Can I wear my glasses with the Virtual Vision?
The product has been designed to allow use with regular glasses.
Q. Can I connect the Virtual Vision to my Digital Camcorder to view images and video stored on it?
If your camera has a cable with three RCA connectors (Red, White and Yellow) that you would normally connect to a TV then it can be connected.
Q. Can we use the Virtual Vision with an Xbox console?
Yes you can. The glasses come with the standard RED, YELLOW and WHITE RCA plugs that you find on most Video products.
Q. Are the Virtual Vision compatible with Playstation2?
Yes they are.
Q. Can I use the Virtual Vision with a PC?
As long as you have a Video Card in your PC that gives you a composite RCA input (Standard Red, Yellow and White plugs as found on all TVs, DVDs etc) then the Virtual Vision will work with it.
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EAN Code & Warranty
Rimax Virtual Vision 3.0: 8435075903277
2 Years Warranty