would samsung 3d glasses and 3d bluray player work on mitsubishi 3d tv?
No, because they are not compatible with DLP TV's which the Mits are. The best set up is the Panasonic 3D Blu-Ray BDT300 or BDT350 (which you can plug straight into the TV), plus either Mitsubishi's own 3D glasses or XpanD's 102.
Plus it's well worth getting the Mits Adapter 3DC-1000 if you want to watch satellite 3D TV as well (You would need to plug your satelittle receiver into the adpater to covert the signal as you can't get 3D if it's plugged directly into TV).
No. Unfortunately every manufacturer has a different signal emitter between the HDTV and the Shutter glasses.
Maybe in the near future there either be some standard for this signal transition, or there will be a 'one size fits all' active shutter glasses that will be good for all HDTVs.
by cfin 5 years ago
3D glasses from the cinema work on your 3D TV. Why do people still purchase them then?
by lizliz 8 years ago
will my samsung shutter glasses work with every 3d dvdcan't watch 2 blue ray 3d dvds only with the paper glasses supplied
by Melly Bay 7 years ago
What do you think about the new 3D LED TVs by the Korean brands Samsung and LG? Have u tried them?
by berw25a 7 years ago
i have a samsung ps50b450, is this 3d ready and if so what is available for me to convert to 3d
by SayItWithFeeling 6 years ago
Do you have issues with 3D movies?What are your opinions?
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
It was great! I didn't think I was going to like it, but we have friends here from out of town, and she wanted me to go with her. She had already seen it in non-3D and wanted to see the 3D version. She said there's no comaparison. Man, 3D has come a long way since Jaws 3D, the last 3D movie I saw...
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