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Sony Playstation 3 Active Shutter 3D Glasses
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Compatible with ACTIVE Shutter 3D-Ready TVs with IR emitters , Optimized to sync up with the Playstation 3D Display , Provides full HD playback with minimal 3D crosstalk and reduced ?ghosting? effects , Stylish and lightweight for optimal comfort during long gaming sessions , Built-in USB rechargeable batteries for up to 30 hours of 3D gaming
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Would it work with Epson 2045 projector?
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Would it work with Epson 2045 projector?
Same question, I bought some Samsung glasses for about this price. Looking for 2 more, would buy more Samsung but they aren't comfortable after about an hour of wear.
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Same question, I bought some Samsung glasses for about this price. Looking for 2 more, would buy more Samsung but they aren't comfortable after about an hour of wear.
I think these might not be compatible with Epson 2045. It used RF whereas these are IR.
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I don't think I could make the jump to active shutter glasses. Real 3d isn't as pretty as you lose some resolution, but they don't need power, they're light, and you can get more for free at the movie theater. Just stand by the recycling box, and people will just hand you free glasses Smilie
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Would it work with Epson 2045 projector?
No. They need RF transmitters
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3D is still a thing?
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3D is still a thing?
Haha, it's kinda died off, but i was thinking the same thing
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No. They need RF transmitters
Would you happen to know if these work with the Sony XBR55X850C? The TV uses active 3D and it's made by Sony, but I don't know where/how to check if that particular model uses IR or RF transmitters for its 3D glasses to work.

Thanks in advance,
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I have bought 2 pairs of these glasses long ago to actually use on my Sony 55" HX850 (2012 model) and can confirm that it works even on other input sources connected to it that outputs 3D signals (PS3 and portable hard drive connected to USB port on TV with 3D SBS or OU MKVs loaded). If it works on my 3D TV, I'm assuming it would also work on newer models.
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I don't think I could make the jump to active shutter glasses. Real 3d isn't as pretty as you lose some resolution, but they don't need power, they're light, and you can get more for free at the movie theater. Just stand by the recycling box, and people will just hand you free glasses http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/smile.gif
Yeah but they don't compare to active glasses. Passive is a little "brighter", but it doesn't have the same 3D punch that active glasses do. Everything I see in the theaters - when it comes out on home blu ray, is SO much better if your a 3D nerd.

Think about it, there is a reason you get the .50 cent disposable glasses at the theaters, and home use on the higher end sets with active - the glasses cost a lot more. These "PS3" glasses work perfectly with my Sony set, I have 2 of these, 2 of the ones that came with it, and 1 "revised" newest model which is lighter (which I would recommend over these, but I think they still cost $40 or $50).

Rechargeable is OK, but I prefer the ones that use the little batteries (battery life is ok, not the best) but if a set goes "dead" while watching a 2 hour movie - its a 30 second fix - vs having to actually charge each pair of glasses before you have friends over.
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Haha, it's kinda died off, but i was thinking the same thing
How has it died off? Every movie released in the theaters thats 3D (which is a good amount) comes out on blu in 3D.

Suicide Squad was awesome, Dory was awesome too. I show Avatar, Pacific Rim, and Gravity as my 3 "demo" movies to friends, and with a great home theater setup - everyone leaves impressed.

Waiting for some 4K3D stuff to start coming out. Gaming in 3D is pretty awesome, and actually even better than the movies for the most part.

Also Jaws 3 was recently released with the 3D HD transfer, and its under $10 at amazon, and DEF worth picking up. It's got great reviews for the depth of the 3D (its obviously not the best Jaws movie) but 3D is far from dead. Just because a bunch of people who might not own 3D claim it's passed over, doesn't matter - studios will keep releasing 3D cuts because the movies are made in 3D, so why wouldn't they sell the home version when it costs nothing else to sell the movie? Its the same cost to press a 3D movie, as it is a 2D movie...
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these are great if you have the gt,st, vt30 Panasonic plasmas. like the fit better than the Panasonic glasses.
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Would you happen to know if these work with the Sony XBR55X850C? The TV uses active 3D and it's made by Sony, but I don't know where/how to check if that particular model uses IR or RF transmitters for its 3D glasses to work.

Thanks in advance,
these glasses use IR (infrared) to communicate with the tv. these will not work with that TV, which uses rf (radio frequency).
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I have these glasses and they work really well (with a compatible screen of course). I use them with a Panasonic plasma, and they are judder- and crosstalk-free. They also feature USB rechargeable batteries.
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