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Samsung SSG-P2100X/ZA (IMAX/Dragon) 3D Starter Kit, Black

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  • Compatible with select 2010 Samsung models: Including C7000, C8000 and C9000 series LED-LCD HDTVs,
  • Includes: IMAX Blu-ray 3D Kit, 2 Pairs of Active Samsung 3D Glasses, Mail-in Voucher for "How to Train Your Dragon" Blu-ray 3D Disc.
  • Compatible with C750 series LCD HDTV, C7000 and C8000 series plasma HDTVs and BD-C6900 Blu-ray players.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 6.9 x 6.9 inches ; 1.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0041G65ZI
  • Item model number: SSG-P2100X/ZA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 23, 2010
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Product Description

The Samsung SSGP2100X/ZA Dragons IMAX 3D Started Kit features Samsung's new battery powered 3D Active Glasses which are the gateway to Samsung 3D entertainment. Impressive both in how they function and in what they allow you to experience, the technology works as follows: When you put them on and look at the screen, the technology first blocks the left and then the right lens. It happens faster than the blink of an eye – so your eye won't notice it. But when images are shown to each eye separately this “staggered” effect achieves far more lifelike 3D images.

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Customer Reviews

To me, when the glasses work, it looks about as convincing as a pop-up book.
Dennis P. O'Neill
After 3 calls, I'm supposed to fax my receipts and they will be "contacting me to set up service."
John Hunter
The 3D effects are good, but the only bonus feature on the disc is a 3D trailer for "Megamind."
anonymous

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Fhatta on October 5, 2010
okay so the glasses seem like pretty good quality and the picture quality is amazing. I will add that it seems a little dark but a simple brightness adjustment fixed that for the most part. My problem with this product is that you have to send a voucher in to get your movies I did this online and it was very simple to do the problem is it said it will take 10 to 12 weeks to delivery I see no reason for it to take that long as there is not a lot of 3d contant right now and you would think that samsung would want me to be able to enjoy my movies as soon as possible considering how much money I gave them
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Keith Kekic on December 5, 2010
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Got this with the bluray player and the c7000 plasma set. At first I was blown away by the 3d, but then started to notice my glasses losing connection(flashing) whenever a bright moment on the tv screen interfered with the 3d light emitter.
It was really bad, so much so that I was thinking of returning the glasses, but then after doing some forum searching, I found a very cheap and simple fix. Put a little strip of electrical tape over 90 percent of the glasses sensor(Right in between the lenses)This home remedy turned the glasses from almost completely unusable to perfect. I have never lost connection in a few weeks since doing this. If you're having this problem I know it sounds a little weird to cover the sensor, but its so sesative that blocking out the light is the only way to fix this. It is a complete fix in my opinion, and takes a couple of seconds to do.
I would rate it four stars, but I cannot do it because a hundred fifty dollar glasses shouldn't need some jimmy rigged doctoring to functionright. Still I absolutely LOVE the 3d I get with the plasma, and cannot wait for more content to emerge.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Alexandre Grigoriev on November 19, 2010
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With Samsung PN58C8000 58-Inch 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV (Black) the 3D glasses lose sync very often. Then one eye may see a discolored image, or the eyes will switch the images, causing weird "inverse perspective" effect. I suspect it's because the plasma gives off too much its own infrared noise, and also the glasses don't reliably detect the switching rate and won't sustain the proper switching when they lose the signal.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mike S. on October 8, 2010
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I purchased this for the 3 Imax movies and the How to Train your Dragon in 3d. Great value for the price, the Imax movies are the only adult friendly movies I have and they're really well done.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By anonymous on December 18, 2010
I have a Mitsubishi #WD-73833. After buying the Mitsubishi 3D Starter Kit, I was interested in getting more pairs of 3D glasses. Mitsubishi couldn't confirm that the 3D glasses in the Samsung "How to Train Your Dragon" kit would work with Mitsubishi TVs, but I can. I got this kit at RC Willey for $225. The 3D glasses are the same as the glasses that come with Mitsubishi's kit but with the Samsung name and a slightly different model number stamped on them. They work exactly the same.

I haven't received my copy of "How to Train Your Dragon" yet (they mail it to you after you register your serial number with Samsung), so I can't comment on that disc. As far as the triple feauture goes... "IMAX Galapagos 3D" and "IMAX Into the Deep 3D" both demostrated the 3D effect well. "Mummies 3D: Secrets of the Pharaohs" had some 3D moments, but not as many as the other two titles. Each film is approximately 35 minutes.

If you're interested in getting a 3D version of "How to Train Your Dragon" for free, you'd better not wait too long to buy this kit because the promotion ends in early January (around the 6th, I think). This isn't printed on the box or in the literature that comes with the kit. Only after you visit Samsung's web page to register your serial number do you learn there's an expiration date. I think comsumers should know this at the time of purchase so they can decide if they still want to buy it if the promotion has already ended. Shame on Samsung for hiding this fact, and shame on them for not packing the movie inside the kit. That would solve the problem. Plus, it's not right to make consumers wait 10-12 weeks to receive the movie after they've spent hundreds of dollars to get it as part of a bundle. This why I gave this kit 4 stars and not 5.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David.D on December 9, 2010
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I'm not much for gadgets and trinkets and bought them only because it was part of the TV package. But I'm amazed. Never seen such clear, concise, live like, and being part of the movie.

I sit about 12 feet away from my 55" Samsung TV, I couldn't believe I was swimming along the fish. The range of the 3D is approximately 10 feet, so if you sit around 10 feet away you become part of the picture. This is the most life like 3D I have ever experienced.

Even the titles come at you protruding out to about 3 to 4 feet from the screen. An amazing feat how far technology has come.

The price is stiff, but I expect the price to reach consumer affordability after more and more people get into the 3D craze and more movies are made in 3D. Right now it's luxury, a splurge. Many people who can't afford and not worthwhile to spend that kind of money if you are behind in your bills. You have to buy a pair for every member of your household. And what about guests ? Way too much to lay out.
It won't kill you waiting until the price comes down, and more movies are made in 3D.
(And I deducted 1 point because the cost of above reason.)

Yet just for the experience I suggest you visit a friend who has a 3D TV. It certainly is amazing.
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By the way: The web site shows that the time time has expired on the 3D "Dragon" registration. It's a mail-in form you must fill out. That web expiration time is wrong (at this time of writing). It's another 3rd party vendor which fills the order for Samsung and suggest to call Samsung to get that 3rd party telephone number if you have a problem receiving the "Dragon".
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