Top 7 3D Glasses

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There are essentially two standard types of 3D technology, which require different 3D glasses. Passive 3D glasses are lightweight, affordable, and mostly used for LG 3D TVs. They allow each eye to see a different polarised light, which the brain combines to form one image. Active 3D glasses use Bluetooth or infrared signals to synchronise with Panasonic, Samsung, or Sony 3D TVs using rapid blinks that play back the images to each eye at a 50 frames per second. These glasses have higher resolution images, but require a power source. Buyers should learn which 3D glasses are appropriate for their requirements.
1 Samsung SSG-2100AB 3D Glasses
Samsung SSG-2100AB 3D Glasses

Samsung SSG-2100AB active 3D glasses are suitable for both adults and children, including those that wear vision-correcting spectacles. They have liquid crystal shutter lenses and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The 3D glasses are battery powered, with an operation time of up to 50 hours. Samsung SSG-2100AB 3D glasses use infrared transmission and are compatible with all C-Series 3D TVs.

 
 

2 Samsung SSG-5100GB 3D Glasses
Samsung SSG-5100GB 3D Glasses

Samsung SSG-5100GB active 3D glasses are similar to the Samsung SSG-2100AB model as they also have liquid crystal shutter lenses and spectacle wearers can place them over their normal vision-correcting glasses. However, the Samsung SSG-5100GB model is not suitable for children. It uses radio frequency (RF) transmission and has three times more operating time than the Samsung SSG-2100AB model. Its flexible arms make it easy for wearers to put the glasses on and take them off.

 
 

3 Sony TDG-500P 3D Glasses
Sony TDG-500P 3D Glasses

Sony TDG-500P are comfortable and lightweight passive 3D glasses that are comparable to the versions that wearers may find in cinemas. With passive technology, a compatible Sony 3D TV performs the 3D image formatting without the need for synchronisation. Sony TDG-500P 3D glasses do not require batteries and they allow the user to watch 3D images from any angle without distortion.

 
 

4 Optoma ZF2100 3D Glasses
Optoma ZF2100 3D Glasses

Optoma ZF2100 rechargeable active 3D glasses are powered by lithium-ion batteries and work with a 3D projector. They consist of a liquid crystal shutter lens and are suitable for adults, who can wear them over standard vision-correcting spectacles. They use DLP link transmission with a maximum range of 40 metres and their operating time is up to 15 hours. The arms of the Optoma ZF2100 3D glasses are foldable so wearers can store them easily.

 
 

5 BenQ 3D Glasses
BenQ 3D Glasses

BenQ 3D glasses are also suitable for 3D projectors and are designed for adults. They use DLP link transmission and have liquid crystal shutter lenses. BenQ 3D glasses are powered by button cell batteries and have an operating time of up to 55 hours. They have a reaction time of 1.7 milliseconds and a maximum transmission range of 8 metres.

 
 

6 Epson ELPGS03 3D Glasses
Epson ELPGS03 3D Glasses

Epson ELPGS03 active 3D glasses are suitable for adults and can accommodate users that wear vision-correcting spectacles. These Epson 3D glasses have liquid crystal shutter lenses and are battery powered. They have a refresh rate of 240 Hz and an operating time of up to 40 hours. Epson ELPGS03 3D glasses work with 3D projectors with the use of DLP link transmission and have an Auto Switch Off function.

 
 

7 LG AG-S100 3D Glasses
LG AG-S100 3D Glasses

LG AG-S100 active 3D glasses are rechargeable and suitable for both adults and children. When used with a compatible 3D TV, they deliver a resolution of 1920x1080 and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. They are powered by lithium ion batteries and offer the wearer an operating time of up to 40 hours. They use infrared transmission with a maximum range of 7 metres. LG AG-S100 3D glasses come with several useful features, including an LED power indicator and an On/Off function with Auto Switch Off.

 
 

How to Buy 3D Glasses on eBay

Finding the perfect 3D glasses and accessories on eBay is a simple task. If you are not sure which brand or model you need, perform a general search for 3D glasses from any page on the site. Browse through the results and read the specifications to find the product that suits your requirements. If you already know which brand or model you need, you can use the details in your initial search. There are two primary types of 3D technology, so you need to consider the type of TV or projector that you have and compatibility before making a purchase.
 
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