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    3D-HDTV... To buy 3D glasses or not?

    So yes or no? Would it just be a waste of money and time... Or is it worth it? Another thing... I'm not interested in 3D movies and there isn't many 3D games (No I mean in like 3D movies way). So do you guys recommend me getting one or more... Or 0 and save like 378 $?

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    Ok, my 2 pence worth...

    I have probably used the 3D capabilities on my tv for maybe a total of 10hrs! Id say buy 1 pair, just to get over the 'novelty'


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    Well, if you're not interested in 3D movies nor do you feel there's many games worth playing in 3D it would indeed be a waste of money.

    I got two pairs of 3D glasses with my TV and I haven't watched a 3D movie but I've seen a couple of IMAX documentaries in 3D and those were pretty cool.
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    Yeah, it is probably worth getting at least 1 pair.

    Can i ask though... why bother getting a 3D tv?


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    I (personally) wouldn't waste money on the 3D portion of it, I really wish the 3D trend would just hurry up and die already, I have yet to find a person that is excited about 3D still! Now smell-o-vision on the other hand...

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    Quote Originally Posted by T0PGUN View Post
    Yeah, it is probably worth getting at least 1 pair.

    Can i ask though... why bother getting a 3D tv?
    Well because over 50 % of the TV's sold where I live is. And it got the things I feel I need MINUS the 3D function.

    And to those telling me to get ONE... Well I've the ones I got with my Sony 3D laptop back in 2011... Should I just use them and not pay like 125 $ ? It's a Sony 3D-HDTV btw.

    Also this is the one I got with my laptop...

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    Try them and see if they are compatible. 3D tv's are picky about what glasses they work with.
    Other opinions are available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tutankhamun View Post
    Try them and see if they are compatible. 3D tv's are picky about what glasses they work with.
    I'll. I just hope that they're still working. Because it's been awhile since I used them.

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