Wednesday, May 18, 2011

3d glasses


So I purchased a 73 inch Mitsubishi DLP 3d TV in the fall of 2010, the 3d emitter cost $300 and it came with 2 pairs of Samsung 3d glasses. Extra 3d glasses are about $149 so pretty costly if you need to buy 2 more pairs. The T.V was fairly priced at $1300.00 great buy for the size of the screen. Fast forward now I was window shopping at best buy yesterday when I came across LG's 3d Flatscreen's now the 3d glasses they use are the same ones you get when you go to watch a movie in 3d at the your local theater, now that was a smart move on their part in my opinion. Thank you LG for making the Flatscreen do most of the work, no recharging of glasses and no buying costly batteries. But best of all with the glasses they use you won't be in the middle of the movie and run out of batteries.

3 comments:

Dejch said...

i don't like 3D movies and stuff

Kamchatka said...

This is a really interesting concept! I think it's cool how 3D has become such a sensation. I really want to try one of these.

Izaiah said...

holy! that much for glasses. thats incredible

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