A Review Of The Panasonic TY-EW3D10MK1 3D Glasses Essential Pack

The Panasonic TY-EW3D10MK1 3D glasses can be found for various prices on the internet. These are basically 3D glasses made for TV and can be worn at ease over regular prescription glasses. You will have to buy or have the right TV though in order to use these glasses such as the Panasonic TCP42GT25 3D TV or Panasonic DMP-BDT100 3D Blu-ray player.

This home theater accessory may be exciting for some, but just another gadget to others. Each individual will have to decide for themselves. If you plan on buying or researching the Panasonic TY EW3D10MK1-3D glasses here is a brief product description:

1. The eyewear simply adjust to different face shapes and sizes. This includes children as well as adults.
2. To allow precaution and relaxed viewing the shutters for both eyes close the instant images change for the left and right eye. Hereby showing a balanced picture.
3. After 5 minutes the power will switch off if the glasses are placed out-of-sight of the viewing range.
4. The 3D glasses run on coin-shaped lithium battery CR2032. With approximately 75 hours of continuous play.

The Panasonic TY-EW3D10MK1 comes in a neat package that includes two (2) pairs of 3D eyewear. Depending on where you purchase them, two 3D version movies are included such as Ice Age, Dawn Of The Dinosaurs or Coraline. The 3D movie range is limited at the moment. If you do not buy them with the package they can cost as much as $ 30.00 and up. It has been rumored that subscribing to Direct TV will give you three channels dedicated to 3D entertainment. One channel is sports, another channel has movies and another different events. Great excitement for avid sports fans.

The pros seem to outweigh the cons for these Panasonic 3D glasses. But aware though that the most noticeable complaint is that the 3D glasses only work well if you move your head erratically at times which causes the glasses to switch off without prompting. Also, the batteries are not rechargeable, which can be a problem for people who want to watch a lot of 3D television (gamers in particular).

Source by Erick Leamy

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