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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|Item Dimensions||6.7 x 3.4 x 1.7 in||2.5 x 3 x 7.1 in||—||—||—||1 x 6 x 3 in|
|Item Weight||1.6 ounces||11.1 lbs||—||1 lb||1 lb||—|
3D Playback Type: Active Shutter 3D Method
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
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These work perfectly. And for several reasons, I think they are the best you can buy. All I had to do in order to sync these glasses with my Epson 2040, was to turn on the glasses. After a few seconds, the projector displayed an onscreen message saying the glasses were registered. I pressed "play" on the movie, Avatar, it was in 3D and looked out of this world crazy good. The forest scene, where the bow is drawn back, is so remarkable, you'll watch it over and over again. The tip of the spear appears to be near your seat, and the spear tip is so sharp I just sat there and starred in amazement. The depth of the 3D image is truly stunning. The glasses are nice because they wrap around your eyes and block out all other light sources. They are easy to plug in and charge, they come with a usb cord. They are easy to turn on and off because they have a real "off/on" switch on top. I love it when things are easy. I had made a New Years resolution to write down on paper, every time something went right. This is the first time, this year, that something has gone right! haha
I had bought a different set of 3D glasses to try out, to see if I might like them better, but they wouldn't work with my projector and they also had other drawbacks. No off/on switch, it was a button you had to hold. Then you had to count the number of blinking lights in order to know if it was on or off. The lenses sat very far out in front of my face, although the frames sat right against the bridge of my nose. The arms were spindly and were very uncomfortable compared to the Panasonic's. http://www.amazon.com/Emgreat-DLP-Link-Shutter-Glasses-Projector/dp/B00M6QUIKS?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s01
Been checking out 3d Youtube videos from the home menu as well as 3d movies & games ("Trine Trilogy" and "Super Stardust Ultra") on PS4 and all are working.
I will give these further use to evaluate battery life, but so far so good. They are comfortable, lightweight and very clear. A good alternative to the $50 Sony and $25 Samsung glasses which are said to also be compatible. These are rechargeable which I also prefer and paid $15.99 for each pair; pretty happy to get them working. Something worth noting, I'm used to my LG passive 3d glasses and these active 3d glasses seem to have a noticeable pulse; like an intermittent flicker everywhere outside of the TV screen when surrounded by natural daylight. I have read this is pretty standard for active 3d glasses and when the room is dark it is not noticeable or distracting to me at least.
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.
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