LG Passive 3D Glasses.

 909/4316
£9.99
LG Passive 3D Glasses.

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Enjoy the ultimate 3D experience with these LG Passive Glasses which are comfortable and lightweight for hours of viewing entertainment.

  • 1 pair of passive glasses.
  • Compatible with all LG 3D LED TVs.
  • EAN: 8801031500635.

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4 months, 4 weeks ago
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3 months, 4 weeks ago
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Thank you for your question.

The LG Passive 3D Glasses will work with an LG Passive 3D TV. I am unable to guarantee they would work with your TV without knowing the model number.

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How many pairs come in a pack?

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1 year, 2 months ago
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Thank you for your question.

After looking into your query, I can confirm that the LG Passive 3D Glasses only feature one set of glasses.

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1 year, 5 months ago
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Thank you for your question regarding the LG Passive 3D Glasses.

I can advise that passive is a cheaper alternative to active 3D technology as it uses different methods to display an image in 3D. There are pros and cons of both technologies, however passive glasses will only work with compatible passive 3D televisions.

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1 year, 6 months ago
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Hi, thank you for your question.

Having looked into your query, I can confirm that Active-shutter glasses are actually small LCD screens that alternately dim the left and right "lenses" in succession. They rely on an infrared signal emitter in the TV that tells each pair of glasses when they should dim each lens, so each eye can see the image intended for it.

Passive 3D glasses, on the other hand, are sort of like a pair of specially designed polarized sunglasses. Unlike sunglasses, which are designed to block light equally from both eyes, polarized 3D glasses block different kinds of light from each eye, creating the illusion of depth.

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