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Universal 3D Rechargeable Infrared Active Shutter Glasses For Panasonic 3D HDTVs



Universal 3D Rechargeable Infrared Active Shutter Glasses For Panasonic 3D HDTVs

  • Guarantee to be Compatible with selected Panasonic 3D TVs
  • Communicate with the TV’s emitter – To create a beautiful, full HD 1080p 3D experience
  • Frames with ABS + PC material, products low energy, low carbon and environmental protection
  • Integrated Battery can used for 50hours after 3hrs fully charging
  • Comes with three nose pads, the use of silicone materials can be selected according to their nose

This SainSonic SR-PA01 3D active shutter glasses is a cheaper alternative to
original Panasonic glasses. It fits most main-stream Panasonic 3DTVs with great
compability. No restriction on adults or kids by using the 3 nose pads comes
with package contents. Stylish design also fits your modern housing devices.
Just Watch your favorite movies in 3D with these rechargeable 3D glasses,
communicate wirelessly with your 3D panel, serving up a vivid, immersive 3D
viewing experience at home. This

List Price: $ 99.99

Price: $ 31.95

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3 responses to “Universal 3D Rechargeable Infrared Active Shutter Glasses For Panasonic 3D HDTVs”

  1. 3DTechie says:
    85 of 88 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Generic Panasonic 3D Glasses, May 1, 2011
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    This review is from: Universal 3D Rechargeable Infrared Active Shutter Glasses For Panasonic 3D HDTVs (Electronics)

    I decided to try these glasses instead of spending the $130.00 to $150.00 a pair on the Panasonic branded glasses.
    The Pro’s: They are well made and come with three different size nose pieces, instructions, usb charging cable and cloth storage bag and cleaning cloth. They work as described and I did not notice any ghosting with the glasses. They also are holding there charges quite well. It has been over a week with on and off viewing and they still have not needed to be recharged. They seem to have all the features of the manufacturers glasses.
    The Cons: The instructions could be a little more thorough and precise. The flat surface of the lens in the glasses cause a reflection on the inside of the lens from objects in the room that are behind you. So if you have doors, windows or lights behind you, it causes an annoying reflection. This was corrected by adjusting the conditions in the room, but still annoying to have to do. The fit of the glasses were also a little uncomfortable after an hour or so. The ear pieces tended to cause pressure points on the ends and after a while I began having to adjust them slightly to feel comfortable.
    Overall: These glasses worked as well as the Panasonics and cost less than half the price. They are not the most comfortable glasses in the world, but should fit 90% of the owners without causing any issues. The instructions could also be better. I would recommend these to anyone considering purchasing Panasonic compatible 3D glasses. I also plan on purchasing more so that friends and family can come over to watch the latest movies that are coming out on 3D Blu-Ray.

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  2. mexspartan1 says:
    43 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worked same as panasonic glasses, May 16, 2011
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    I purchased a pair of these for my Panasonic Viera. I already have a pair of Panasonic 3d glasses and these worked just the same. They actually fit better than the Panasonic brand. I would recommend these a cheaper alternative to the Panasonic glasses.

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  3. Brian Burrell says:
    53 of 61 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    subpar color/contrast quality on Panasonic VT20 w/PS3, June 11, 2011
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    Warning: the average person probably won’t care about the color/contrast issues I’m seeing but if you are anal about video quality like I am, hopefully you’ll find this review helpful in your purchasing decision. I was going to give it a 2 star rating but felt that was too harsh for the average person buying these. If you are a video quality nerd, consider this a 2 star rating. 🙂

    Like most people, I bought this because of: a) the cheap price and b) rechargeable usb capabilities vs replaceable batteries.

    Pros: fairly comfortable, easy to sync with tv, 3d performance seemed identical to panasonic glasses minus the issues listed under “cons”

    Cons: Reflections near the corners of the glasses (not a big deal in my living room though)

    This was the dealbreaker for me… the color quality is very muted and the contrast is lacking compared to the panasonics. To know exactly how muted, look at a 3d image on your tv without the glasses and notice how washed out the color palette appears. These glasses seem to add zero saturation and color correction to that as opposed to the panasonic glasses which definitely show a boost in color and even slight contrast once you look through them. It also seems like the colors are way cooler than they should be. It was very appararent in Avatar because of how lush and vibrant the jungles and creatures are. I also tested out some 3D PS3 games and the same problems came up. To be 100 percent sure, I switched between these glasses and my panasonics back and forth and consistently the color/contrast issues were obvious.

    Maybe this is only an issue with my hardware but it still bums me out nonetheless. Also, it’s possible my particular glasses could be faulty but I’m not going to assume the latter due to the cheap price and lack of professional reviews. “If it’s too good to be true it probably is” is what I’ll be going by. My specs = Panasonic 50 in. VT20 with latest software updates as of today. PS3 MGS edition with latest updates as of today.

    For anybody who has purchased these already and owns either the VT20 or VT25, please test out these glasses vs the panasonics looking for what I mentioned above and let everyone know if you are seeing the same thing or that it’s just me and my particular setup.

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