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3D tv glasses

What active 3D glasses are compatible with the Sony xbr65x930d?

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If you ask me, I would get the ones by Sony.

And for that model. Sadly I'm in the 15% that can't see much 3D. It's sort of there but the eyestrain has me avoid 3D altogether.

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Why?

You see a bargain somewhere...or I'd got with what Robert said.

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