The Eachine FPV goggles are a know brand already, it’s an exclusive Banggood brand and they supervise the product quality. What is nice about this way of releasing products is the fact that the seller will note the user’s desires and implement them thus getting newer modeles with better functions. In this case we will have a thorough look at the Eachine Goggles Two, a FPV headset that really stands out of the crowd due to their specifications. The most important thing that i must start to specify is the type of used screen which in this case is a Full HD 1080p 5″ LCD screen, taking image clarity to a whole new level. Of course you may ask why full HD when 5.8Ghz FVP is analog and has ~VGA resolution ? The answer is simple, the Eachine Two also has HDMI input thus enabling digital usage with high end devices and not only that, you can now use them with DJI quadcopter such as the Phantom 3&4, Mavic and Inspire, along with media players, tablets and even PC’s making an impressive and immersive experience.
The Eachine Goggles Two are available at a special price (currently) from the single existing provider
I will start by adding the video review first as you can observe a lot of details from it and then i invite you to read more about the Eachine Two and how to mod them by adding a DVR.
In depth review
The Eachine Goggles Two come also with a diversity receiver which will highly improve the video quality when using the 5.8 Ghz FPV video source. This type of receiver combines two separate inputs and you can also benefit from two different antennas which are also included. You will get long range signal with the patch-panel antenna while when you will fly in constricted signal areas you will benefit from multi-path radiation of the circular polarization.
The usage of them is highly intuitive and all the settings and functions are achieved by the side panel where you will find all the inputs and buttons. There are only 5 switches that will aid you in selecting channels, changing video source or setting the goggles properly (brightness, contrast, etc).
The built in OSD is easy to navigate and has useful functions, it also provides the means of switching the camera protocol from PAL to NTSC which is very important as otherwise you will get a rolling distortion which will make you believe that there is a fault. (see picture below)
The Eachine Goggles Two come with a bundle that is also interesting to be mentioned as it’s rather generous, you will get beside antennas two sets of padding for face/nose, HDMI cable, analog video in cable, Li-Ion (LiPo) battery, battery charger, screen wipes, fine velvet padding, Velcro strap and even a double sided adhesive Velcro pad. I can say they come in “ready-to-run” state, you just need to charge the battery.
Full official specifications
Brand name: Eachine
Item name: Eachine Goggles Two FPV Goggles
Frequency: 5.8GHz 40CH (Raceband)
Highest resolution: 1920*1080
Input voltage: 7-13V
Receiver Sensitivity: -95DBI
Screen size: 5 Inches
Field of View: 78 degrees
Languages: English, German, Japanese, French and other languages
Weight: 273g(without battery)
Antenna connector: RP-SMA male
Audio: Bulit-in audio output for connecting headphones
Support: 5.8GHz Input or HDMI Input
Support: brightness, contrast adjustment
Operating temperature: -20℃ to 80℃
Dimensions: 25x20x19 (cm)
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– Screen stability , not easy to black screen
– The use of silicone sets, better protect the skin is not easy to scratch
– 5.8G diversity, can effectively enhance the receiving distance and stability
– Motherboard cooling, will not produce too much noise
– 5.8GHz support AV input, HDMI high-definition video input
-1920*1080p Highest resolution
– Bulit-in 5.8G, 40 frequency auto search frequency receiver
– Built-in audio volume headphone output(adjustable volume)
– Built-in headset, HDMI jack
– Support brightness adjustment
1 X Goggles TWO FPV Goggles
1 X 7.4V 2200mAh Li-ion Battery
1 X HDMI to USB Cable
1 X Video input line
1 X Mushroom antenna
1 X Flat antenna
1 X Charger
1 X User Manual
Adding a DVR to the Eachine Goggles Two
If there’s one thing to mention negatively about the goggles set is the fact that they do not also have a built in DVR, this actually is not such a big issue as you can DIY add your own extremely easy by following the next steps:
1) Get power for the DVR. Connect the Red wire solder with VCC and the Black wire solder with GND.
2) As shown in picture 2, peeled off the right first wire and exposed the wire core. Connect it with the DVR input video signal wire in parallel.
3) Cut the second wire on the cable, connect it with the video input and video output of the DVR.
4) After the completion of the above process, package all the wire and through the cooling holes of goggles bottom. Connecting with DVR module and fixed it.
5) DVR interface, if you get this than all setup was OK !