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3D glasses from the cinema work on your 3D TV. Why do people still purchase them then?


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Best Answer H C Palting (Express10) says

4 years ago
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    cfin 4 years ago

    I agree that many people simply do not know!

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nanderson500 says

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    cfin 4 years ago

    Well the new TV's that one of my friends bought comes with just the cheap glasses and I had just come back from watching the hobbit (where they provide you with a snazzy green pair) the glasses they gave me worked the same and were great. I know what

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James Robertson (BraidedZero) says

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    cfin 4 years ago

    Haha! Well no, you have the choice to recycle them. I got some sweet hobbit ones on green. Not too bad. By yeah the other ones are usually cardboardy as nanderson500 also pointed put.


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Goody5 says

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    cfin 4 years ago

    Well, I guess I was curious because I pay $15 to see a movie and I was told to keep the special addition glasses. My friend payed $30 for two almost identical pairs at best buy. I got a deal :)

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Thefilmguy24 says

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    Bronterae 4 years ago

    I agree, those glasses don't work with my 3D.

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Paul Jenkins (DubstepMaker) says

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