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Sony TDG-BR100 Adult Size 3D Active Glasses, Black

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  • Stylish, ergonomic 3D glasses in black adjustable for high comfort--sized for adults
  • Seamless synchronization for a clear precise image; excellent color accuracy and high contrast
  • Wide viewing angle for flexible sitting; fits even while wearing glasses
  • Energy efficient design, including an auto-standby feature--up to 100 hours of battery life
  • Requires compatible 3D Sony BRAVIA HDTV, 3D Sync Transmitter, and 3D source content
  • Energy efficient design, including an auto-standby feature up to 100 hours of battery life
  • Requires compatible 3D Sony BRAVIA HDTV, 3D Sync Transmitter and 3D source content
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Sony TDG-BR100 Adult Size 3D Active Glasses, Black + Sony TMR-BR100 3D Sync Transmitter for Sony's 3D Glasses, Black + Sony TDG-BR250/B Rechargeable 3D Adult Glasses, Black
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Technical Details

  • Model: TDG-BR100

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 7.2 x 7 inches ; 2.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003SN46EC
  • Item model number: TDG-BR100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2005

Product Description

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Enjoy an incredible, high-quality 3D entertainment experience when you combine this pair of adult-sized 3D Active Glasses in black with a compatible BRAVIA 3D HDTV and the separately available 3D Sync Transmitter.

3D Active Glasses
3D Active Glasses--side view (above) and rear view (below).

 

3D Active Glasses

Sony's innovative design blocks out distracting room light and the adjustable frames for a more comfortable and customized fit, plus you'll enjoy long battery life for up to 100 hours of 3D enjoyment. The adjustable frames will fit just about everyone in your family with a comfortable ergonomic design--even over prescription eyewear.

Sony 3D World

How 3D Works

Since our eyes are spaced apart, each eye sees things at slightly different angles. Our brains then combine the two angles, giving us true depth perception. To create that same sense of distance and realism on a TV screen, 3D technology displays high speed synchronized left- and right-eye images to deliver the most immersive 3D experience imaginable. And since each frame you see is shown at Full HD resolution, the 3D action comes alive with razor-sharp detail.

Slide on the 3D Active Glasses and watch as images leap right into your living room. Sporting high-speed synching with 3D images and an ultra-high contrast ratio, these glasses greatly reduce unwanted "ghosting" effects known as crosstalk. Adjustable and comfortable, they are designed with side panels to block out excess light that creates annoying glare on other glasses.

Compatible Sony BRAVIA HDTVs

  • Sony BRAVIA HX800 series
  • Sony BRAVIA HX810 series
  • Sony BRAVIA HX909 series
  • Sony BRAVIA LX900 series
  • Sony BRAVIA NX810 series

Product Description

Enjoy an incredible, high-quality 3D entertainment experience when you combine this pair of adult-sized 3D Active Glasses in black with a compatible BRAVIA 3D HDTV and the separately available 3D Sync Transmitter.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Glasses are very adjustable and fit over your eyeglasses unless you have oversize frames.
Jerome Wendt
Your choice comes does to the one that feels best (or in the case of buying online - the one you think will feel better).
Amazon Customer
This was far and away the most realistic use of 3D I have ever seen and it was all actual footage, not animation.
David Bower

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Classax on October 4, 2010
A parital reason I decided to go with Sony for my new HD3dTV was the performance of the the 3d shutter glasses and their comfort. Glasses are not really the correct terms as these are more like goggles that will fit over a pair of regular glasses. They are totaly enclosed and shut out most light from the tops and sides. They do dim the picture a bit but most 3dTV's compensate for this by getting much brighter in 3d mode. They work well with in the the range they are intended. If you tilt your head more than 10 degrees of so either left or right the 3d effect is lost. Opperation is simple with a single button to push on and off. They're semi adjustable for those with smaller heads but if you have small children like me then you will need to get the BR50's which are narrower lighter and more like a regular pair of glasses. Part of what I enjoyed was the fact that they do block most ambient light from all but in front. They are fairly hefty and you will start to feel their wieght right about the time the credits role in a two hour movie, but then I don't normally wear glasses and I start to feel that way after two hours in a pair of sunshades, YMMV. Unlike the Panasonics and Samsungs glasses I tried, you can still opperate a laptop or anything else with them on and not get a lot of flicker. The other brands tended to cause every other light source to flicker except for the TV's which only flickered when the glasses were out of sync. The Sony's sync very qucikly and don't reset during bright parts of the movie ala the Panasonics. They could be lighter but frankly they feel quite sturdy and not nearly as fragile FEELING as other brands I've tried. They are battery powered by a standard CR2032 watch battery and last for about 80 hours of viewing.Read more ›
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By M Coons on January 4, 2011
3d Glasses work great.
Sounds like most of the bad reviews are user error.
I do wish Sony would just integrate their transmitter with their 3d TVs.
I install 3d TVs all the time for a Home Theater company.
I personally think Sony has the best 3d. Samsung and Panasonic are great to.
Don't even mess with Mitsubishi, too many compatibility issues.
As for the Sony glasses, I think they are the most durable.
Love my Sony 55NX810.
As for a Blu-Ray player, just get a Playstation. It updates automatically, 3d games are awesome, Gran Turismo 3d is out of this world.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Shoemaker on January 4, 2011
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When I first connected the 3D transmitter to the TV and tried watching a 3D Blu-ray, I encountered a few break-ups of the 3D experience. It was then that I discovered I had the transmitter pointing toward the TV and not toward me. Once that was corrected, the break-ups stopped. I'm actually surprised they managed to work as well as they did before I discovered my problem.

The glasses shut-off automatically only when there is no 3D signal. That's done to save batteries. As long as you're watching a 3D feature, the glasses continue operating without any problems at all.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By David Bower TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 14, 2011
We ordered the 3D starter kit from Sony which included two pairs of these glasses; we have now used them for 3D viewing for a few weeks now.

My first impression was they were heavy and tight on my head; I discovered later that the frames temples can be adjusted to better fit each individual wearer very easily. Now they fit much better and are reasonably comfortable. My wife needs glasses to watch the TV and these 3D glasses fit over her other glasses very nicely.

I believe that the glasses must be turned on by pressing a small switch on the right side; as one reviewer has pointed out the glasses turn themselves off after 5 minutes with no 3D signal from the transmitter. The soft case is a little tight but the glasses can be worked in with some care.

As an audio/video hobbyist I have often found myself on the cutting edge of technology (occasionally known as the bleeding edge). The question now is how will this technology progress; will it die on the vine or blossom into something very special. I cannot answer that question at this time but must acknowledge that I have been encouraged by the promotional disc sent to me by Sony, "3D World."

This was sent because I purchased a Sony HDTV and has some very remarkable footage on it. The most exciting to me was a video of a football game; the depth of field was the best I have ever seen anywhere. One could look at the action in the foreground and see sharp images in motion; but then look at the people standing on the far side of the field and see clear sharp images in the distance as well. This was far and away the most realistic use of 3D I have ever seen and it was all actual footage, not animation.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dickie on January 7, 2012
I purchased 2 pairs of the TDG-B100 along with the transmitter over a year ago now, and for the most part I've been pretty happy with them. They are good. strong reliable glasses, with a couple of minor points;

1) Battery gets loose - not sure why, but where you unscrew the cap to place the battery in I had to supplement it with a folded piece of paper after a few months. I put this down to the minor difference in batter dimensions from different vendors, but if you find your pair switching themselves on and off when you touch the frames - this would be a place to start.

2) Pretty bad crosstalk - if you're not moving your head much then these again are better than most glasses, however the reality is that mot people move about and you end up with some occasional and annoying ghosting of the image (crosstalk) - just trying turning your head to one side. I found a post online somewhere with a reference to a Sony KB Article (C1017777), stating that Sony is now making available - free of charge - an additional polarizing filter that can be applied to the existing glasses to eliminate some of this. See: [...] (if you call Sony customer services tell them it is KB ID: C1017777).

Most recently as an experiment, I purchased a pair of the new PlayStation 3 3D Glasses - which aswell as supporting the new Simulview technology, should also reduce crosstalk with inbuilt filters. I'm happy to report they eliminate all ghosting of imaeges - even with your head turned to obscure angles. The build quality is no where near as good as the TDG-B100's, but they are also a lot cheaper and would be my choice looking for any other 3d glasses today.
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