Samsung - 3D Glasses - SSG2100 - £39.98 Delivered @ Robert Whyte
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Samsung - 3D Glasses - SSG2100 - £39.98 Delivered @ Robert Whyte

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Found 6th Nov 2010Made hot 7th Nov 2010
These are a great price at £34.99 (£39.98 Delivered).

Samsung are selling these for £87.04 delivered.

Samsung's new battery powered 3D Active Glasses are the gateway to Samsung 3D entertainment.

Impressive both in how they function and in what they allow you to experience, the technology works as follows: When you put them on and look at the screen, the technology first blocks the left and then the right lens.

It happens faster than the blink of an eye – so your eye won't notice it. But when images are shown to each eye separately this "staggered" effect achieves far more lifelike 3D images.

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Does anyone know if these use the same lenses as the cinemas use??

Original Poster

No, These are active glasses.

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reviewz

No, These are active glasses.



Whats the difference? Im not too keen on the 3d movies in the cinemas, so I always assumed the 3d tvs with the glasses would be the same...

crebera

Whats the difference? Im not too keen on the 3d movies in the cinemas, … Whats the difference? Im not too keen on the 3d movies in the cinemas, so I always assumed the 3d tvs with the glasses would be the same...


Ones in the cinema ( PASSIVE)are just sunglasses with tinted lenses - the active ones have little shutters in the glasses that flicker 100 times a second or something stupid - passive is cheaper to buy the glasses but 3d users prefer active as it gives a better image

There are 2 types on 3dtvs atm passive and active and imo active is the best although the glasses cost £100 a pair

dandoc2

active is the best although the glasses cost £100 a pair



Well.... no they don't really, for example, the ones in this thread are active and are nowehere near £100

jayjayuk1234

Well.... no they don't really, for example, the ones in this thread are … Well.... no they don't really, for example, the ones in this thread are active and are nowehere near £100


This is £35 for one - £100 for a pair isnt far off and this is a super cheap price its usually £100 for 2 sets

Will this work with my standard Plasma 1080ip ?

paul.jacobs

Will this work with my standard Plasma 1080ip ?


Nope you need a 3dtv and i guess samsung only

dandoc2

This is £35 for one - £100 for a pair isnt far off and this is a super c … This is £35 for one - £100 for a pair isnt far off and this is a super cheap price its usually £100 for 2 sets



What?? when someone says a 'pair of glasses', they dont mean 2..

jayjayuk1234

What?? when someone says a 'pair of glasses', they dont mean 2..



I did :-(

Will these work with Sony 3d tv? Or only samsung?

charlie brown

Will these work with Sony 3d tv? Or only samsung?



Glasses work in conjunction with the transmitters built into the television. So no.

will also work on panasonic just have to wear them upside down.

lol well its hot and i votedhot, but i amnot buying into 3dtv just yet till maybe the no glasses needed tv comes out, there are not many films that will take advantage of 3d at moment so why bother, and films forced into 3d dont cut it eitherjust look at new harry potter film they tried toforce 3d into it but would not work very well as image took a hit and other things too so only films made inpure 3d for 3d work well which aint many tbh......... but HOT for price

These are soon gonna come free with the sunday newspapers...

lol a pair of glasses

Do they do these in varifocal?

cheaper than specsaver...

I will sit this one out and wait for 3D contact lenses.

This is a great start, I hope they continue to drop in price so I can eventually buy some rechargeable ones at a reasonable price. Either that or third parties releasing cheaper universal 3d glasses (already happening but probably wont be cheap).

dandoc2

Ones in the cinema ( PASSIVE)are just sunglasses with tinted lenses - the … Ones in the cinema ( PASSIVE)are just sunglasses with tinted lenses - the active ones have little shutters in the glasses that flicker 100 times a second or something stupid - passive is cheaper to buy the glasses but 3d users prefer active as it gives a better image There are 2 types on 3dtvs atm passive and active and imo active is the best although the glasses cost £100 a pair



I have watched both passive and active 3D TV and I couldnt tell any difference.

LG are the only manufacturer to make passive 3D Tv at the mo and their glasses are indeed only a couple of pounds ( not sure this qoute is quite right...Ones in the cinema ( PASSIVE)are just sunglasses with tinted lenses ) so doesnt matter if you sit on them.

As for a pair of glasses meaning 2 pairs !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I assume you watched 3D TV in both formats to make your above comment
Edited by: "jukie" 7th Nov 2010

Awesome price, shame i've got 6 pairs already lol

I can see in 3D already thanks...

I know this is a great deal but this 3d stuff is so expensive; but I really don't want to sit and watch TV with glasses on

That's cheap, they were over £50 couple of weeks ago...

still not as cheap as my mate who got a sony 3dtv for 30 quid jammy git

Does this mean I can look, not only left and right but forward and backwards too?!

Goshdilly what a novel concept!

ba7472000

I will sit this one out and wait for 3D contact lenses.

I would imagine they are already available somewhere for passive systems at least. After all they are only tinted sunglasses.

Do these come with a mug to put them on or does the seller assume that you are that mug?

Cold, I prefer those card ones you get off of the 80s
Edited by: "R1cbm" 7th Nov 2010

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Ive noticed that Samsung have a few different models of these glasses, whats the main difference between them. They all look like the same style yet Ive seen about 3 model numbers.

how do you get them for that price

says they are £39.99 plus £4.99 p&p where did you get £34.99?

deathtrap3000

I would imagine they are already available somewhere for passive systems … I would imagine they are already available somewhere for passive systems at least. After all they are only tinted sunglasses.

I doubt it. To get the polarisation right you'd have to stick them in at the correct angle. Totally impractical.

Rubisco

I doubt it. To get the polarisation right you'd have to stick them in at … I doubt it. To get the polarisation right you'd have to stick them in at the correct angle. Totally impractical.

They are possible. And they would be better than glasses.

£39.99 now

Wow, glasses just for watching TV. What a novelty idea....
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_awZ-PTSpX1E/S8JDOp3EOLI/AAAAAAAAAY8/fwCKZc31AA8/s1600/3D-glasses-404_675044c.jpg
You want to be him....don't you? You know which one....
Edited by: "Wolf" 7th Nov 2010

Rubisco

I doubt it. To get the polarisation right you'd have to stick them in at … I doubt it. To get the polarisation right you'd have to stick them in at the correct angle. Totally impractical.

No you wouldn't. They would use circular polarization, just like the glasses in the cinemas do.
Edited by: "scowie" 7th Nov 2010

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Cold. You can buy 2 pairs of the rechargeable version of these for £79.99 from here:

bestbuy.co.uk/pro…spx

Cold.. i'm waiting for x-ray glasses to come out!
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