Active vs Passive 3D glasses

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IS 3D TECHNOLOGY NEW TO YOU?

 

Are you not sure about Passive vs. Active 3D glasses, which ones you already have, or which ones should you get?

 

THIS SHOULD HELP:

Active glasses need batteries.
Active glasses aren't quite as comfortable as passive glasses.
Active lenses are a lot more expensive, they weigh a little more and they have to be recharged.

 
Passive lenses have a number of benefits:

Passive glasses that you'd use at home are the same glasses that you'd use in the movie theatre so its a very comfortable experience, the glasses never need to be charged and they're flicker free, so its a really great consumer experience. 
What's more, if you have a passive TV at home, then you can use the same glasses for both the cinema and also at home.


'Bynnz' give you a tremendous 3D cinema like experience in your home.
Our advice when deciding between passive and active technology is  to look for a 3D television that uses Passive glasses. Best examples are Panasonic and LG.

Bynnz have a number of exciting models to choose from, all of  which include a hard case and free UK shipping. You can buy from ebay or online via the bynnz website.

Any questions, we'd be happy to answer them.
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