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Having just bought a new 3D TV over Christmas (In my case a Sony Bravia KDL-55W829B) I needed to get some more 3D glasses and the Sony ones are expensive at £50 for a twin pack.

Doing a bit of research it would appear that most of the newer TV's that use Active 3D technology also use the same glasses technology, just packaged up a little differently. On AVforums one of the members there ordered these same glasses from China and they cost £16.50 but he had to wait weeks. I've been searching around for somewhere in the UK and they are actually quite difficult to get unless you want to pay silly prices.

However Richer Sounds are offering these twin packs in store only for £21.50 which all things considered is quite reasonable... and in my case I'll be collecting two twin packs tonight, going to be watching Guardians of the Galaxy in 3D tonight!!

I know 3D is on it's way out, most people are not interested by it but I still like it and my TV does a very decent job of displaying it :)

NOTE: these are ACTIVE glasses, and I take no responsibility if they don't work with your specific TV so please check first.

Product Details:-
For 3D thrills from your 2013 Samsung 3D TV, take a look at the fantastic value Samsung SSGP51002 TWIN PACK 3D glasses.

Light and comfortable to wear, the Samsung SSGP51002/XC 3D glasses are an improvement over previous active 3D glasses. The high arms ensure a comfortable fit with good periphery vision retained. These active glasses also benefit from a long battery life.

Compatible with all 2013 Samsung TVs with active 3D TV technology.
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#1
Same price in currys too as got 4 pairs on boxing day for my LG active 3d tv. They take a while to pair though and never first time plus one pair refuse to pair at all. My only gripe about my tv is its not passive 3d. I may try new batteries just in case they have been sat in store a while.
#2
got some on ebay, £16.50 delivered for 2x pair work perfect with the Sony tv, SSG-5100GB is the ones i have

yes i did wait 3 weeks :)

good uk price :)


Edited By: deanos on Jan 02, 2015 15:08
#3
submerged
Same price in currys too as got 4 pairs on boxing day for my LG active 3d tv. They take a while to pair though and never first time plus one pair refuse to pair at all. My only gripe about my tv is its not passive 3d. I may try new batteries just in case they have been sat in store a while.

Yes they are listed at Currys/PC World but their availability (certainly near me) seems very limited.

On the passive/active debate I personally find passive 3D not as immersive and lots of ghosting of images.
#4
I bought these a couple of weeks ago for same price in Currys.

Work just fine with my Sony telly.
#5
deanos
got some on ebay, £16.50 delivered for 2x pair work perfect with the Sony tv, SSG-5100GB is the ones i have

yes i did wait 2 weeks :)

good uk price :)
Deanos'... the man... I can't be bothered to wait though.
#6
#7
busterdan
submerged
Same price in currys too as got 4 pairs on boxing day for my LG active 3d tv. They take a while to pair though and never first time plus one pair refuse to pair at all. My only gripe about my tv is its not passive 3d. I may try new batteries just in case they have been sat in store a while.
Yes they are listed at Currys/PC World but their availability (certainly near me) seems very limited.
On the passive/active debate I personally find passive 3D not as immersive and lots of ghosting of images.

I find I get ghosting with these glasses on my LG but again they may not be a good match to the tv but like sony ones lg glasses are also expensive.
#8
I have a Ue40H6200, would these work?
3 Likes #9
You can get these delivered from Crampton and Moore for £20.99

Clicky
#10
would they work with a panasonic st50?
1 Like #11
dmartins13
You can get these delivered from Crampton and Moore for £20.99

Clicky

Very good price and cheapest I have seen in the UK... I'm happy to pay the extra 50p to get them this evening, but thanks.

Here's the PriceSpy listing... http://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?p=1716246
#12
Jonnyblock
I have a Ue40H6200, would these work?

If it is one of these then yes...

Compatible with all 2013 Samsung TVs with active 3D TV technology

I think Samsung moved away from using Infra-red based Active 3D glasses in 2011
#13
If it's a deal in currys/PC world then it's a deal here when it's the same price
#14
What do you mean 3D is on the way out? Not for me, active all the way. 8)
#15
dmartins13
You can get these delivered from Crampton and Moore for £20.99

Clicky

Thanks for the heads up. Just ordered some to go with my Sony 3D projection system.
#16
3D is on it's way out? I hope not, ordering a 3D TV on Monday!!
#17
[helper]#18
dereklogan7
What do you mean 3D is on the way out? Not for me, active all the way. 8)

Referring to the lack of and|or new content for 3D, with 4K 3D devices coming in the Q3/4 all eyes will be on that content!

As for the deal, got some of these from RS, on a UE46C8000 and they are much better than the original battery hungry ones that were £50 a pair at the time!!

Very light, easy to wear and as of yet, not had to change the batteries once! :{
#20
3D is on its way out?! Where have you heard this? I love it. Find its much better on the tv than the cinemas.
#21
simba2585
would they work with a panasonic st50?

Yes they do. I have the same glasses and the 55" panasonic ST50. A little light comes in at the side of the glasses, but excellent in a darkened room. Good value glasses.
#22
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dereklogan7
What do you mean 3D is on the way out? Not for me, active all the way. 8)

Referring to the lack of and|or new content for 3D, with 4K 3D devices coming in the Q3/4 all eyes will be on that content!

As for the deal, got some of these from RS, on a UE46C8000 and they are much better than the original battery hungry ones that were £50 a pair at the time!!

Very light, easy to wear and as of yet, not had to change the batteries once! :{
Nothing wrong wrong with the glasses, just pointing out a cheaper option. As for 4K we are still struggling to get all channels in HD.
#23
Nice one!
1 Like #24
dereklogan7
Why buy cheap Chinese rubbish, when you get Samsung on your door step for just a fiver more (instead of waiting a month or 3 for it to maybe turn up) , now I call that a no brainer!!
1 Like #25
I have these the arms break easy, the previous glasses by samsung had folding arms and slight blinkers to help prevent side light.

ColdFinger in my book
#26
shadzuk
dereklogan7
Why buy cheap Chinese rubbish, when you get Samsung on your door step for just a fiver more (instead of waiting a month or 3 for it to maybe turn up) , now I call that a no brainer!!

You can get originals for that price
#27
shadzuk
dereklogan7
Why buy cheap Chinese rubbish, when you get Samsung on your door step for just a fiver more (instead of waiting a month or 3 for it to maybe turn up) , now I call that a no brainer!!
Who makes the Samsung ones? Which I've already got but buying extra for pub mates to watch sport and save £5 each is a no brainer. 8)
[helper]#28
dereklogan7
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dereklogan7
What do you mean 3D is on the way out? Not for me, active all the way. 8)

Referring to the lack of and|or new content for 3D, with 4K 3D devices coming in the Q3/4 all eyes will be on that content!

As for the deal, got some of these from RS, on a UE46C8000 and they are much better than the original battery hungry ones that were £50 a pair at the time!!

Very light, easy to wear and as of yet, not had to change the batteries once! :{
Nothing wrong wrong with the glasses, just pointing out a cheaper option. As for 4K we are still struggling to get all channels in HD.

Lost me a little derek, I was agreeing with you and just pointing out why there is no 3D content and that regardless of opinion, the manufacturers have twigged that native 4K [not the mickey mouse version presented today!] is the way to go, hence 3D 4K content and hardware ;-)

As for the glasses, love them too!
#29
Hmm, wonder if these would work with an LG 50PB690V...
1 Like #30
simba2585
would they work with a panasonic st50?
These use Bluetooth to communicate with the TV whereas the Panasonic ST50 uses infrared, so no they won't work.
After looking further it seems I could be wrong and these may work with both systems. Ask the seller.Sorry.

Edited By: jt57 on Jan 02, 2015 21:30: I could be wrong
#31
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dereklogan7
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dereklogan7
What do you mean 3D is on the way out? Not for me, active all the way. 8)

Referring to the lack of and|or new content for 3D, with 4K 3D devices coming in the Q3/4 all eyes will be on that content!

As for the deal, got some of these from RS, on a UE46C8000 and they are much better than the original battery hungry ones that were £50 a pair at the time!!

Very light, easy to wear and as of yet, not had to change the batteries once! :{
Nothing wrong wrong with the glasses, just pointing out a cheaper option. As for 4K we are still struggling to get all channels in HD.

Lost me a little derek, I was agreeing with you and just pointing out why there is no 3D content and that regardless of opinion, the manufacturers have twigged that native 4K [not the mickey mouse version presented today!] is the way to go, hence 3D 4K content and hardware ;-)

As for the glasses, love them too!

Bad aint it, 4K malarky. I'm ordering a new TV on Monday and I am 90% going with a 55 H6400 but a 4K Samsung is tempting me... if only the price was a bit lower (£1600 the one I was looking at)
[helper]#32
Tactile
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dereklogan7
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dereklogan7
What do you mean 3D is on the way out? Not for me, active all the way. 8)

Referring to the lack of and|or new content for 3D, with 4K 3D devices coming in the Q3/4 all eyes will be on that content!

As for the deal, got some of these from RS, on a UE46C8000 and they are much better than the original battery hungry ones that were £50 a pair at the time!!

Very light, easy to wear and as of yet, not had to change the batteries once! :{
Nothing wrong wrong with the glasses, just pointing out a cheaper option. As for 4K we are still struggling to get all channels in HD.

Lost me a little derek, I was agreeing with you and just pointing out why there is no 3D content and that regardless of opinion, the manufacturers have twigged that native 4K [not the mickey mouse version presented today!] is the way to go, hence 3D 4K content and hardware ;-)

As for the glasses, love them too!

Bad aint it, 4K malarky. I'm ordering a new TV on Monday and I am 90% going with a 55 H6400 but a 4K Samsung is tempting me... if only the price was a bit lower (£1600 the one I was looking at)

Have you considered the Sony and|or Panasonic ones of equal size but less wedge?
#33
Hi would anybody know if these are compatible with the toshiba 48L5453DB.
the AG-O4 glasses are really expensive, around £35 each
#34
008
Tactile
008
dereklogan7
008
dereklogan7
What do you mean 3D is on the way out? Not for me, active all the way. 8)

Referring to the lack of and|or new content for 3D, with 4K 3D devices coming in the Q3/4 all eyes will be on that content!

As for the deal, got some of these from RS, on a UE46C8000 and they are much better than the original battery hungry ones that were £50 a pair at the time!!

Very light, easy to wear and as of yet, not had to change the batteries once! :{
Nothing wrong wrong with the glasses, just pointing out a cheaper option. As for 4K we are still struggling to get all channels in HD.

Lost me a little derek, I was agreeing with you and just pointing out why there is no 3D content and that regardless of opinion, the manufacturers have twigged that native 4K [not the mickey mouse version presented today!] is the way to go, hence 3D 4K content and hardware ;-)

As for the glasses, love them too!

Bad aint it, 4K malarky. I'm ordering a new TV on Monday and I am 90% going with a 55 H6400 but a 4K Samsung is tempting me... if only the price was a bit lower (£1600 the one I was looking at)

Have you considered the Sony and|or Panasonic ones of equal size but less wedge?

Which ones? I was looking at the Samsung UE55HU7500 @ £1599, main reason the excellent reviews and the fact you can upgrade connections in future if the 4K players do not use HDMI.
#35
jt57
simba2585
would they work with a panasonic st50?
These use Bluetooth to communicate with the TV whereas the Panasonic ST50 uses infrared, so no they won't work.
After looking further it seems I could be wrong and these may work with both systems. Ask the seller.Sorry.

See post #21.
#36
they are this price in curys. nothing special here.
#37
busterdan
submerged
Same price in currys too as got 4 pairs on boxing day for my LG active 3d tv. They take a while to pair though and never first time plus one pair refuse to pair at all. My only gripe about my tv is its not passive 3d. I may try new batteries just in case they have been sat in store a while.

Yes they are listed at Currys/PC World but their availability (certainly near me) seems very limited.

On the passive/active debate I personally find passive 3D not as immersive and lots of ghosting of images.


I've just bought a 55w829, but all reviews I've read suggest 3d is this tvs weak point, with ghosting and a soft picture. I'll be interested to find out what you thought of it!
#38
Above comment is for busterdan!
#39
hoggle78
they are this price in curys. nothing special here.

If you can get them.... I searched everywhere within 50 miles and couldn't.
1 Like #40
dereklogan7
shadzuk
dereklogan7
Why buy cheap Chinese rubbish, when you get Samsung on your door step for just a fiver more (instead of waiting a month or 3 for it to maybe turn up) , now I call that a no brainer!!
Who makes the Samsung ones? Which I've already got but buying extra for pub mates to watch sport and save £5 each is a no brainer. 8)
Total tosh-you get what you pay for and in this case you pay all the money for the shipping, hence rubbish quality, stop spamming this site with rubbish you are trying to sell on Amazon mate-no one interested in your crap!

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