HELP!!! I need 3D glasses

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  1. chrisr291

    chrisr291 Master of the Unknown

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    UltraPrimus56 In the ruins of paradise

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    .... Maybe go to you're local Best Buy, and see if they have some. Or, try RadioShack I guess?
     
  3. Haloid1177

    Haloid1177 Hey, That's Pretty Good

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    chrisr291 Master of the Unknown

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    Well, I was hoping to get a few at least. Is 100 dollars what I should expect to pay?
     
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    Haloid1177 Hey, That's Pretty Good

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    No. Most are in the $70 range. But I've used both those and the lower end Sony glasses, and those were a lot better.
     
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    GigatronSama Mr. Insomnia Veteran

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    Sony I believe still uses Active 3D technology. The glasses are much more expensive than passive 3D, and are often specific to a particular brand or even model. It should come with at least one pair.
     
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    chrisr291 Master of the Unknown

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    You're telling me!
     
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    Tekkaman Blade Professor of Animation

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    Go the the movies and don't put your glasses in the recycling bin?
     
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    You've got a similar tv to mine. You'll need active glasses, so if you want good, rechargeable, glasses, those are the ones to get that were linked to. Hell, I'll probably try to get a couple pair myself to replace original set.
     
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    Nexus Prime Creation is proof.

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    As a side note I recommend staying away from the Sony Playstation active 3D glasses. They work with multiple brands of 3DTVs, they are the most affordable of the active 3D glasses and from what I noticed they work as well as the more expensive ones, but they are just uncomfortable because of their shape and size. When I got my TV, I bought one $100 pair and the Sony PS3 $70 pair. The next week I brought back the Sony one for another $100 pair. It's worth the extra $30.
     
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    Just a tip, but I'm told to keep within the same brands.
     

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