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Panasonic VIERA TY-ER3D4MU Active Shutter 3D Eyewear (for 2012 and 2013 Panasonic VIERA 3D TVs)
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- Lightweight Active Shutter 3D Eyewear
- USB Rechargeable
- RF Compatible
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Transmittance Method: RF (Bluetooth)/ Full HD 3D Glasses Standard Compatible
Battery Type: Lithium-ion Polymer Rechargeable Battery
Battery Duration: Approximately 30 hours of operation for a 30-minute full battery charge (Approximately 3 hours of operation for a 2-minute battery charge) *The battery duration will change as per the total usage time with the number of charge/discharge cycles
Package Included: 1 Pair of Eyewear
Note: These glasses are only compatible with 2012 VIERA HDTVs
Top Customer Reviews
As for the glasses, they are for 2012 models ONLY! They are much more lighter and comfortable than the 2011 models. They last for 30 hours after a small 30 minute charge and the 3D image looks soooo much better. I bought my pair from Best Buy as opposed to Amazon because that is where I got my Panasonic 2012 ST50. If you're familiar with Panasonic's 2011 glasses, then these were a much needed upgrade. Its weight is comparable to that of passive 3D glasses. I plan to buy 2 more in the next couple of months and they're about $15 cheaper on Amazon. If you have or plan on getting a 2012 Panasonic Viera then these are a must. Mainly because the 2012 Panasonic Viera models do not include glasses.
Thanks Panasonic for another great product!!!
Panasonic VIERA TY-ER3D4MU Active Shutter 3D Eyewear
I have had these glasses for about 2 weeks and have watched quite a bit of 3D content. I recently purchased a 2012 Panasonic Viera plasma set and I am very impressed with these glasses! They are active, so yes there is a battery in them but they do not feel heavy when you are wearing them. In fact, you nearly forget you are wearing glasses because the 3D content of a movie like "Kung-Fu Panda" or Transformers "Dark of the Moon" is so amazing! I say nearly forget, because your 3D field of view is slightly narrower while you are using the glasses.If you turn your head too far in either direction you will see the frames of the glasses and it can cause a somewhat odd visual for a few seconds. No big deal.
The battery stays charged for a long time, I have only charged mine up once. I recommend a USB Hub in the near vicinity of your system so you can charge up multiple pairs of glasses simultaneously. I use a PS3 with a hub attached and it works fine for charging up the glasses and multiple controllers, but the PS3 has to be on.
In summary, I would like to add this is my first 3D TV and my first plasma TV, so I am still getting used to everything. Apparently these glasses are not backward compatible with earlier Panasonic units, so be aware of that. Overall I am extremely happy with these glasses and I would happily recommend these to anyone who wants to immerse themselves in the 3D world.Read more ›
That being said, I love these glasses. They sync in seconds to your Panasonic plasma and are so lightweight you can watch a movie and never feel strained by the weight of them. They are bluetooth RF which is why some people are finding out they will not work on their older Panasonic plasma televisions.
Overall, love the look & feel of these glasses. I've watched Tron Legacy & Avatar and both movies looked absolutely stunning through these.
Only last thing, I haven't been able to find these glasses in anything but a Medium. So if you have an extra large dome, you've been warned.
I also own 3 pair of the cheaper $20 Samsung models, which work great too... just look silly and don't block background light as well.
Pros of Panasonic:
More wraparound, blocks out background light better than Samsung variety.
More comfortable for me (adult with a big head...)
Has an amazing "2d" Mode so my wife, who hates 3D can watch in "normal" mode while the kids and I watch in 3D..
Without this mode, she would either have to put up with 3d or look at a blurry screen.
At around $60 dollars you could buy 3 pair of the Samsung which work fine, just not as nice.
Also, the Panasonic doesn't fit my 3 year old's head.
I'd say get the Samsung for kids and guests, get the Panasonic for mom and dad.
They are comfortable, and the glasses came partially charged - approximately 30-40% so you can try them right away. The 3D glasses symbol will illuminate on the lower right corner of your TV, and show the charge percentage of the glasses on-screen! They sync seamlessly with the set, then you will need to set your TV to 3D. They are quite admirable (or the TV is) of reproducing 3D "simulation" out of any 2D signal, but for best use, use a true 3D signal or station. The opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympics is MIND BLOWING in true 3D on Comcast On Demand.
The only drawback is that the glasses "require" that they be charged by connecting them directly to your TVs USB port (on the side on this model) and there are a limited number of ports. I would imagine that if you did a little research you could find out the charging output of the TV's USB ports and find a stand-alone charger for these glasses. HOWEVER, this will void the warranty! It's rather odd having the glasses hanging from a cord off the side of the TV mounted in the wall, but they are just a novelty for us, charge quickly and hold a charge for a very, VERY long time.
SPECIAL NOTE: If you are prone to vertigo, motion sickness or any such ailment, you might want to try these out in a local store before you invest the $. I never suffer from these issues, however they can throw you "off" a bit while viewing fast-moving objects.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just what i needed i got a used 3D TV made about 3 years ago by panasonic. It did not come with the 3D glasses needed to use that feature. Read morePublished 25 days ago by bryce
Works fine with the Sony XBR55X850C, sad thing is the regular 3D aint big deal, so i have to buy the Nvidia 3DTV to see a perfectly displayed 3D :D, but thats another story that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leonardo Escoto
I purchased these for use with an Epson Home Cinema 3000 projector, as this projector uses standard RF 3D glasses and others have reported that these would work as a substitute for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason dinAlt
Bought these three years ago. Used them once in the first week. Kept them in the original bag until today, then noticed the coating on both lenses was peeling off.Published 1 month ago by bobbtall
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