Xpand 3D IR 3d Glasses single 1 pack (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 3D Lens Type: Active Shutter LCD
- Battery Life: Up to 40 Hours
- Hinged Rubberize Ear Pieces
- Synchronization System: IR
- Fits Over Prescription Glasses
- IR 3D Glasses works with all active IR 3D TVs
- Full 1080 3D resolution to both eyes
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Top Customer Reviews
I've been doing a thorough comparison of all Panasonic compatible glasses since the Panasonic ones are ridiculously expensive at $130+ per pair. Panasonic knows they have competition and their prices are starting to drop. It looks like the 2011 3rd generation glasses will come in at around a competitive $70. These were due to be released August 1, 2011, so they are already late. Panasonic also announced a recent deal with Xpand partnered with Sony and Samsung to release universal glasses that will continue to make the 3D glasses prices drop.
Here are the testing criteria:
COMFORT - This is probably the most important factor to consider since you don't want temple or nose pain after wearing glasses for a 2 hour movie. I have a large head so what I feel as tight or uncomfortable, the kids and wife don't mind as much.
COLOR ACCURACY - Look through any pair of 3D glasses at a bright natural light source like a window. There's no way to not have some darkness introduced. If you think about it, your eyes are only seeing 1/2 the light they normally would when the lenses are switching back and forth.
REFLECTION - Face away from a bright natural light source while wearing the glasses and look at the light source reflected from the inside of the glasses. None of the glasses I tested were dramatically different from each other or had any sort of noticeable anti-relective coating. This is probably not an issue since most movies are watched in dark rooms, but when watching TV during the day, it can really be irritating.
Here's the summary of my findings to hopefully save you some homework and shipping back and forth. The rating is based on comfort and quality, NOT price.Read more ›
If you own a Mitsubishi TV and want to save $50 to 60$ I'd recommend buying 3DA-1 3D adapter pack (emitter) and two pairs of the XPand Universal X103 glasses.
added 11/9/10 : Just played hours of Call of Duty black ops in 3D and it looked great!
NOTE: If you aren't using the Mitsubishi 3D kit, you might need to get at least 1 Xpand 3DG-EX103; it has the emitter with it and is a bit more expensive but still well worth it, in my opinion. You might want to check the Mitsubishi home page [...] for more information about this and compatibility with your model of TV.
My home theater system: Mitsubishi WD-65836 65" Rear Projection TV, Mitsubishi 3DC-1000 3D Kit, Sony PS3 Slim model with Blu-Ray 3D firmware, Onkyo TX-SR806 THX Certified Receiver with 7.1 Sony surround sound speakers and subwoofer
The packaging - The pill shaped plastic enclosure is sealed in the middle by a piece of thin tape that looks like a label, but is not. Inside, the glasses were well protected. I decided to keep the "Pill" to store the glasses as additional protection.
In the "box" - The box contained the glasses, two foam shipping holders, and a small accessory box. In the accessory box, there was an instruction sheet, two spare batteries (the glasses have one battery in them already for a total of three), three nose pieces of various sizes, and a fabric pouch (for storing and protecting the glasses). In my case, one of the four glasses only had one spare battery. Although a little aggravating, not a major issue.
NOTE - These glasses ARE NOT RECHARGEABLE. They use a lithium watch battery. The manufacture claims between 60 and (on one site) 100 hours of use per battery. I will not know for awhile if these claims are true.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Four years ago, I bought 4-pairs of these Xpand 3D glasses which I use with my 82' Mitsubishi DLP. The glasses generate beautifully clear 3D images for only $18. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vivo
These are great. All of my expensive, rechargeable 3D glasses no longer charge. Given their sporadic use, these are a better option for many.Published 3 months ago by irishgu
Cheap, reliable and spare batteries!! I looked for 3d glasses for my tv and I was skeptical because of the low price. However, they have been phenomenal!Published 5 months ago by Arthur Copper Quist
Works great with my mitsubishi 65" rear projection TV. You definitely need the emitter and converter box that comes in a full kit.Published 6 months ago by Aaron
Excellent product! Works perfectly with my Mitsubishi DLP 3D ready TV.Published 8 months ago by Lorieal