Samsung SSG-4100GB Negro 1pieza(s) - Gafas 3D (150 h, 148 x 151 x 39,5 mm, 23 g, 191 x 91 x 51 mm, 107 g, Negro)
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Descripción del producto
Autonomía: 150 h
Cantidad por paquete: 1 pieza(s)
Color del producto: Negro
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 148 x 151 x 39,5 mm
Dimensiones de emisor IR: 191 x 91 x 51 mm
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 0 - 40 °C
Peso: 23 g
Peso del paquete: 107 g
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The glasses don't have sides and even the tops are open, so they let in too much light and other distractions. I really don't think it would have cost more than a few cents more to offer better coverage, and I would be willing to pay even an additional $5 for that tiny bit of extra plastic. I'm considering picking up some soft black fabric and a hot glue gun to make side curtains :)
The glasses do not fold, so they are awkward to store. The box they came in won't work for storage since it only held the un-assembled glasses, but I was able to find some small boxes large enough to hold each pair safely when not in use.
The clear 3D view wins 5 stars from me. I deducted 2 stars for the issues above.
They paired right away to my Panasonic TC-P60GT50 60-Inch 3D Plasma TV and work consistently well. In my opinion there is slightly more crosstalk on the SSG-4100 glasses with the Panasonic TV than I saw with the SSG-3050 glasses on my 2011 Samsung LED.
- at $20 the price is right
- universally compatible with 2012 RF transmitting 3DTVs such as Panasonic
- Decent image quality
- Nice and lightweight
- Lithium battery easily replaceable and cheap, no inconvenient recharges required
- Some crosstalk evident using Panasonic 2012 GT50 plasma
- The earpieces are fixed once installed, they do not fold for flat (or pouch) storage
- Some people prefer wraparound style 3D glasses which block more peripheral light
My 3D history/qualifications:
I own 3 generations of Samsung 3D active shutter glasses. My Samsung UN55D7000 55-Inch 3D LED HDTV ] came with Samsung SSG-3100GB Glasses which worked OK, but were relatively bulky and $40/ea. A few months ago they released the Samsung SSG-3050G Glasses for 2011 TVs and these were a marked improvement as they were under $30 each, lightweight, and had (in my opinion) improved crosstalk performance.
Fast forward 90 days and here I am with a which has universal 3D RF glasses compatibility... and Panasonic is still stuck in 2010 pricing mode for their glasses. So I get myself 4 pairs of these glasses.
I also briefly had a Sharp LC70LE745U, the 3D was unacceptable on that TV.
If you use these on a Panasonic TV, you may notice very subtle differences between these and the Panasonic 3D glasses in terms of brightness and color saturation but I think most people would find these ones perfectly fine for 3D viewing. Considering the price difference (currently under $18 for these and a little over $50 for the least expensive Panasonic glasses), I'd say load up on these and put them in a bowl on the coffee table for guests, but maybe stash a couple of the Panasonic glasses in a drawer for more "serious" viewers.
In terms of the form factor, these glasses are super-light. They come in 3 pieces: the main unit that sits on your nose with lenses plus two detachable temples. Plug the temple pieces into the main lens piece, insert the battery, hit the power button on the bridge and you're good to go. They should sync to the TV quickly as long as the TV is on and displaying 3D content.
Batteries (CR-25 button cells) are available on Amazon for under $2 for 5 so I'd recommend buying 1 or 2 of these 5-packs and just stick 'em in a drawer. According to Samsung, the glasses will last up to 70 hours (of active use) per battery, so you won't need to replace the batteries often.
All in all, a great product for an excellent price.
They don't cover my entire eye-glasses like the ones at the movie theater, but it didn't bother me after a few minutes. I don't know what crosstalk that others talk about is, but the picture seemed 3-D enough for me, not too far off the movie theater.
I actually prefer a battery (CR-2025) vs rechargeable. No cords or recharge failure at some future point. They're not what I would call sturdy and i would be skeptical with a child under 10 using them, but they get the job done. Light and delicate would be more like it.
My only wish is they would standardize and use a passive system, like the movie theaters, so competition would bring the prices down and we could pick these up anywhere. I don't think priority systems help anyone.