GBSG03-JP: i.Trek Rechargeable Infrared Active Shutter 3D Glasses for Panasonic 3D HDTV
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- 3D Glasses for Panasonic 3D TV
- Type: Active shutter glasses Contrast: 1000:1
- Battery life: 50 hours
- Charge time: 3 hours
- Dimension: 179 × 40 × 183 mm Weight: 72g
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Enjoy high-quality 3D entertainment experience when you combine this pair of adult-sized 3D Active Shutter Glasses with a compatible Panasonic 3D HDTV. Compatible models include: # VT25 Series Plasma HDTVs # VT20 Series Plasma HDTVs # GT25/24 Series Plasma HDTVs
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Okay, now for the glasses themselves. They are not the most fashionable, but are any 3D glasses fashionable! They are well constructed and have the three adjustable nose pieces that help with the fit on various size faces.
Performance: After figuring out how to sync them with the TV, they performed absolutely flawlessly! I did not experience any ghosting or other picture quality issues. So far they have held there charge for over a week, with on and off viewing. (They automatically turn off if they are not synced with the tv for over five minutes)!
My only complaint with the glasses other than the instructions, would be that after a couple of hours, the ear piece ends began hurting the side of my head. I adjusted them a little and they were fine. I don't wear glasses, so I am sure that contributed a little to the problem!
Overall: They perform as well as the factory glasses and cost half as much! Would I recommend them or purchase any more! Yes to both, and I have already ordered two more pair.
It was night time when I first put the iTrek glasses through their paces using a Panasonic 65" Panasonic Viera ST30. I turned my DirecTV Box on and tuned into the 3D channels that are on. The glasses honed in on the TV's 3D signal and were in sync almost immediately.
The results were nothing less than dazzling even from my seat at the far left of the TV. Unlike some of the negative reviews, the glasses' dimensions of length and width much more than adequately provide sufficient cover over your eyes such that there is no problem of any kind in experiencing FULL and unimpeded 3D. The glasses are also comfortable to wear. I did not need to use the nose piece that comes with the glasses to accommodate various nose sizes and shapes.
I experienced NO ghosts or reflections in the glasses...
BUT... (and this has nothing to do with the glasses) IF there are reflections in the glasses, that can only mean that there are light sources BEHIND the viewing area. In a large room where the seats are toward the center of the room, and windows or lamps are BEHIND the viewer, reflections are not only possible, but are probably unavoidable. I happened to have watched TV, in the near-dark, and with a wall behind me. And there were NO reflections or ghosts in the glasses.
I will say that I did experience some "queasiness" during my first use of the glasses, BUT I was watching a 3D program where there was a lot of motion in all directions: the camera was closely following a fast-moving biker doing flips and jumps. This morning, however, when I was watching a very impressive live concert in 3D, (with much less camera and subject motion) there was NO accompanying discomfort or "queasiness." That is why I don't believe the glasses were responsible for that original queasiness.
I have never used Panasonic brand 3D-glasses. I am sure they are at least as good. But iTrek's glasses are 100% compatible, light and comfortable to wear, AND 40% to 50% cheaper than Panasonic's glasses. And, like the Panasonic brand, the iTrek glasses are rechargeable which makes the purchase of replacement batteries unnecessary.
Bottom Line: I am COMPLETELY satisfied because these glasses are 100% compatible with the 3D Panasonic Viera, even with a viewing are of 65". I would fully expect that smaller viewing areas would be equally compatible.
I highly recommend iTrek's 3D Glasses with NO reservations! GBSG03-JP: iTrek 3D Active Shutter Glasses for Panasonic 3D TV
Immedeately noticed that they produced richer colors than the Panasonic glasses. With that said, the richess in color also makes ghosting a bit worse than the Pannys. Image processing is in with par with the panasonic to my eyes. Maybe the panasonic are a little sharper as someone else wrote but it's a close race. These glasses also came with a cleaning close, saft case and nose pieces which is definitely nice. They also feel sturdier than the panasonics. Now for the cons, I have a medium sized head going by the panasonic size chart and these glasses are just about right, if you have a large head these may be too tight and uncomfortable for you. My better half was especially annoyed by them, the problem is with the temple arms, they are too tight and the material used is too hard IMO. This is not so much of an issue for me. Overall, I liked these glasses and for $50 bucks they are totally worth it when compared to their much more expensive cousins. They work well and I must say that being an owner of the original glasses I am most definitely impressed these ones.