3D Glasses - branded or universal?

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  1. Bilbo_baggin's Avatar

    Bilbo_baggin said:

    Help 3D Glasses - branded or universal?

    Is there any real benefit in buying Panasonic's own 3D active glasses over the cheap universal pair I have already bought? They cost me about £15, but Panasonic brand glasses are around £34 on Ebay.


    Is there any difference in resolving the 3D images on my [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] by getting the genuine ones, and if so, which ones?


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    Paul.
     
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    TJB said:

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    No. I've got a Panasonic and got a pair of 3d glasses with it. I bought something similar to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and there's little difference.
     
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    Bilbo_baggin said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJB View Post
    No. I've got a Panasonic and got a pair of 3d glasses with it. I bought something similar to [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and there's little difference.
    Cheers m8.

    Paul.
     
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    reverend said:

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    What TV is it for mate? I went through a few sets of glasses last year testing out 3D on a Panasonic and ironically the Samsung and Hisense glasses worked slightly better on my TV with slightly less crosstalk, although they weren't as comfortable as the Panasonic glasses.
     
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    Bilbo_baggin said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by reverend View Post
    What TV is it for mate? I went through a few sets of glasses last year testing out 3D on a Panasonic and ironically the Samsung and Hisense glasses worked slightly better on my TV with slightly less crosstalk, although they weren't as comfortable as the Panasonic glasses.
    This one m8, the 58 inch one:

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    Paul.