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Handling difficulties of 3D TV Glasses!!

I was going through an article where I discovered that SG 3D TV Glasses are not easy to handle..

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Handling difficulties of 3D TV Glasses!!

HEY!

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True!

Its true that SG 3D Glasses are difficult to use because of basic complexities...like:

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Handling difficulties of 3D TV Glasses!!

I totally agree with the above post but a hidden advantage of FPR 3D Glasses is that it can also be used as sunglasses..

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true...

I don't think so mine friend is using the Samsung 3D TV and he got the SG 3d glasses with that and never reports any complaint.
In fact i come to know that LG launched its light wight 3d glasses but i refuse to that as well..!

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it's only the change of tech only...

No SG 3d glasses are not hard to handle, it's just the matter of tech only.
SG 3d glasses are heavy as compare to the FPR 3d glasses and having the power batteries in it.
that's why you can say that it is not easy to manage.

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here...

Im guessing what you mean by "not easy to handle" is inconvenience. And yes they are a pain. I work at a retailer and we have to recharge 12 pairs for 6 active 3D displays every six hours (this does not indicate usage time). My recommendation: Cinema 3D TV.

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very true...

Well said! I'm also having the same opinion, it's known as inconvenience and the basic reason behind this only power batteries, nothing else...!!

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