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Sony TDGBR750 Titanium 3D Active Glasses

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  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 14.3 x 3.6 cm ; 36 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 181 g
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  • Item model number: TDGBR750
  • Date first available at 19 Sept. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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The lightest 3D glasses yet weigh a mere 1.2 ounces and are engineered for ultimate comfort during movie marathons and serious gaming sessions. Slide on these lightweight, frameless Sony 3D active glassesyour 3D movies, games and shows will pop in Full HD 1080p while you relax in pure comfort. Weighing in at a mere 1.2 ounces, these glasses feature feather-light titanium arms and adjustable ear pieces for a customized fit for all head sizes, even children. Finely-tuned front-to-rear weight distribution ensures comfortable, balanced wear, even during movie marathons and gaming sessions. If you're in a hurry to start watching, a quick five-minute charge via USB is all it takes for up to three hours of viewing pleasure. Or charge them for a full 40 minutes for up to 15 hours of battery life.

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They are comfortable, easy to clean and recharge and deliver some amazing pictures. It is quite wonderful when the fish actually swim in your sitting room
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x92792594) out of 5 stars much improved performance on Sony 3D TVs 12 April 2012
By S. Phillips - Published on
These are so light you forget you are wearing them. They are much more comfortable than previous generations. The most improved thing however is that they really do reduce the amount of flicker (and resulting eyestrain) seen when watching Blu-ray 3D content. I never understood why Sony's 3D TVs suffer from this issue so much more than other brands, but these glasses help a great deal. If you have a Sony set, these are worth it.
57 of 67 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9279299c) out of 5 stars Rather disappointing 27 Jun. 2012
By Colin Rose - Published on
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I already had some pairs of the 2nd generation BLACK Sony 3D glasses ... and having read the raving reviews here on Amazon, decided to try these new Titanium 3rd generation 3D glasses. Unfortunately, my experience with them has been rather disappointing:

1. The titanium glasses are much lighter, but all the weight is concentrated on the front ... so the weight on your nose is much the same as before. The previous BLACK glasses spread the weight around much more evenly.

2. The titanium glasses have a frameless design ... this might look cooler ... but in practise it is nowhere near as good for watching. On the Titanium glasses, the glass LCD panels are too small, so that when you watch with them with their frameless design, one is far more aware of surrounding imagery ... i.e. what is happening in the rest of the room ... than with the BLACK glasses which frame off (or black out) what is happening on the periphery far more effectively.

3. I wear normal glasses all the time: the BLACK 3D glasses work far better with my everyday glasses than the titanium set do.

4. Both sets have an ON/OFF button on the glasses ... when watching a 3D movie, this is quite useful to re-set the glasses ... if the sync goes out. On the BLACK glasses, the ON/OFF button is conveniently and ergonomically placed on the top side of the glasses, so you can reset the glasses while you are wearing them, just by moving your hand and pressing the button. On the Titanium glasses, the button is located on the inside of the glasses, near your nose ... so you have to take off the glasses to re-set ... that is a bad design.

5. But most importantly, I thought the image quality was far better on the BLACK set than on the newer Titaniums. The titaniums seem more blurry ... more out of focus. I got a headache within 1 minute of putting the titaniums on watching Hugo 3D, and I have had no problems watching the same movie with the BLACK glasses. I carefully compared using both pairs, and consider the BLACK set to be vastly better in almost every respect.

In summary: I was expecting something better by buying the titaniums. Instead, I received a substantially inferior product to the second generation BLACK design. If I need another 3D set in future, I will simply buy another BLACK pair.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x92792dd4) out of 5 stars Big Improvement in Comfort 10 May 2012
By E. Schneider - Published on
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I have to say that these are a big improvement in comfort over the previous generation of Sony 3D glasses. They feel very light and comfortable and I feel less eye strain when using them but in my opinion any time you watch 3D through active glasses no matter how good they are you will get some eye strain, but these are the best I have used yet. The quality of the glasses is top notch and they feel very sturdy even though they are light weight. I would have to say the only downside to the glasses is the current price which is too high. I tried watching a few movies and played a few video games with them and they performed great. I plan to purchase a few more sets and all in all I am very pleased with the upgrade Sony made to their 3D glasses. Also I am using the glasses on a Sony Bravia XBR HX-929 55in.
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x92792dec) out of 5 stars The Best Sony 3D glasses so far 23 April 2012
By Alex - Published on
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Sony did a great job creating 3D glasses, which are light and bright, made without sacrificing the quality of 1080p active 3D technology. These glasses gives us the clarity of the passive 3D without losing any quality on the 3D images. The only complaint I have is that if you tilt your head, you lose the 3D image. I think Sony should solve this problem as solved in the creation of the Playstation 3-D glasses, but the quality and performance of the titanium Sony 3D glasses are amazing. I repeat: the best Sony 3D glasses so far. A perfect purchase. Impossible to regret buying. It sometimes seems that they perform much better in 3D pop-up scenes. I loved the glasses. Sometimes you forget you are wearing them because they really are weightless.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x92792e10) out of 5 stars Fit great, but perform poorly 7 Oct. 2012
By Charles - Published on
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I have a pair of the second generation black frame glasses. They are heavy, tight, and very uncomfortable. So, I was eager to try out the new titanium model.

The fit it outstanding. Physically, fit great. They are light and actually quite comfortable to wear. As far as other comments stating that the weight is centered in the nose, I did not have that issue. I found them so light, that it did not cause any discomfort.

Now, although these glasses fit well, there are some performance issues which make the overall 3d experience quite poor. Let me preface this with stating that I wear the 3d glasses over my prescription glasses. First, the green status light is misplaced and viewable at all times. Although they placed the green light at the top, the bridge section is semi-transparent, so the blinking is constantly visible, especially in dark scenes. It is very distracting and the design of the lenses themselves amplifies the brightness. It's bad.

The second issue relates to the the reflectiveness of the lenses. I never had this issue with the old 2nd generation lenses. The lenses reflect a small, blurry representation of the image on my internal lenses; so, you have this horrible blurry dual picture produced. Again, it ruins the viewing experience.

So, the glasses feel great but perform poorly. I would not recommend them unless they prior generation is so uncomfortable that you have no other alternatives.
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