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3D Glasses Variety Pack - 2 Pairs of Green/Magenta and 2 Paris of Red/Cyan - Glasses for home 3D viewing


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  • Acrylic lenses in sturdy plastic frames
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: 3Dstereo Glasses
  • Model: 3Dstereo Glasses

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0038ND4A4
  • Item model number: 3Dstereo Glasses
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 16, 2010

Product Description

Acrylic lenses in sturdy plastic frames
Superior Anaglyph 3D Lenses for watching the latest 3D Movies
watch 3D movies or play games on ANY TV! (3D TV NOT required!)
light weight and comfortable!
Inexpensive 3D viewing!

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Customer Reviews

The red side is too dark.
0150r
Much better than paper glasses.
manyvan2000
Definitly would buy again.
J. BARJUM

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By chalupa2000 on May 6, 2010
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The paper ones were hurting my ears, and the lens part on those were usually too small for me, where I could see the carboard around the edges. With these, they're very comfortable, and now I don't have any lines/edges around what I'm viewing. They do the job and do it well, especially for the price.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Abel Vargas on December 26, 2010
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Here's something that I think hasn't been in other reviews - The old give-away white paper 3D glasses use material similar to lighting gels (search for "theatrical lighting gels"). These are very light and thin. Some people will see less "ghosting" because the difference between the amount of light getting through each lens is pretty small, because both gels are so transparent. They are flimsy, though, and hard to store, easy to tear, and the lenses themselves are often (to me) not big enough, and don't cover all my vision.

The plastic frame 3D glasses (like Gems and Proview) often have rigid lenses, are sturdier, and are more comfortable to wear. The lenses are almost always larger, compared to the size of my eyes, than the paper glasses. Covering more of my vision with the lens makes it more immersive.

The rigid lenses are thicker and less transparent than the gels. The problem is not COLOR matching, but transparency, the amount of light getting through. The difference between the red and blue (red and cyan) is much bigger, and the red lens is probably darker. Not much to do about this, except recalibrate your color, brightness, and contrast settings when you change the brand of glasses you use.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. BARJUM on April 18, 2010
I bought these glasses for my 5 yr. old son... Excellent product quality, very comfortable to wear for my son and over my prescription glasses! Definitly would buy again.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By 0150r on October 11, 2011
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The green and magenta glasses work well with YouTube and Stereoscopic Player. The red and blue pair doesn't work though. The red side is too dark. I tried in a dark room with the screen brightness all the way up, and it was still bad. 4 of 5 stars for green/magenta, 2 of 5 for red/blue.. Build quality is excellent for the price.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Smiley on November 3, 2010
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Two out of the Four 3-d glasses came with problem, but the seller sent me 2 perfect replacements right away without me shipping back the 2 problem glasses. Thank you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Excel on October 4, 2011
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Got these fast and they worked as they are supposed to. Keep in mind the distance you are from the tv can affect of you can see the 3D or not so if you have problems try move back farther. Tested both cyan and green and red blue and they both worked good. I would recomend these as an alternative to the cardboard glasses.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy on August 15, 2011
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I'm comparing these to the other pair I ordered from PRO ANA sold by 3D Stereo [...]

The glasses I received were not the ones shown, in both cases that was the situation for both sets. They looked more like the PRO X style but with a complete frame going around the lense. Either way they proved to be very comfortable to wear, while the PRO ANAs were tighter fit. The 3d worked with certain videos online like youtube and they worked with the 3d movies I have. I fount the PRO ANAs to be less compatible with the 3d I viewed. They came individually wrapped in a re-sell package stating MAX Accessories, made in china. The Pro Anas are in a plasic sleeve. I found that I did have to adjust my settings on my TV and monitor to make them more compatible. Some videos were encoded where it didn't work with any pair that I own and just had extreme ghosting issues. Spend the money on this cheap set. It covers your basic anaglyph styles and are more compatible than the Pro ANA glasses. After much reading people claimed PRO ANA to be the best but I did not find that true on my experience. They both look exactly the same but the blues are different shade and the PRO ANA red is darker. The PRO ANA has circles in the side of the glasses. Took about 4 days to receive both from stateside sellers.

EDIT*** 18AUG2011

I built a new pc and ran with Nvidia 3d Anaglyph and it works wonderful. I can't afford a 3d set but the 3d on my GTX570 looks great on the 42" Plasma using NVidias built in 3d Anaglyph Engine and these glasses! I definately recommend them.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Williams on June 30, 2010
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While these glasses are certainly more comfortable than the paper ones, they're not necessarily better. I tried these with Coraline and an old copy of Halloween 3D, and was much happier with the results I got from the flimsy cardboard pack-ins. The cross-talk image ghosting is *really* pronounced with these new glasses, no matter if I'm watching on a projector, LCD computer screen, or CRT television. I think part of the problem with the cyan/red glasses may be that Halloween 3D was really meant for blue/red, but it sure seems like at least Coraline would be a good match with the magenta/green since it's a somewhat new color coding. Ah well, not a terribly huge investment, and like I said, they sure are comfortable.
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