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Dec 12, 2010

Sony's Active-Shutter 3D Glasses Shipping Now For $150

Sony may ship two pairs of glasses "free" with the LX900 TV, but for anyone needing to pick up an extra pair or two they're available now on Amazon for $150 each.

Compatible with Sony's HX800, HX909 and LX900 3DTVs, the batteries last for up to 100 hours before needing charging, but don't forget you'll need to purchase an emitter for $48 if you haven't done so already, and a 3D Blu-ray player. The 3DTV is pretty crucial too, but then I don't expect anyone to be buying these glasses for kicks.

18 comments:

Major.Mack said...

they look a little better but...need more content to get into 3d

Anonymous said...

Do these make any noise and/or can you feel them actively clicking against your temples?

HTT said...

nice !

Poetry Is Life said...

holy fuck. 150$ a piece. just to watch tv. they would get broke so fuckin fast in my house. like bam. broke. aww shit now i cant watch tv.

Laughing Vault said...

looks cool

Mister Sharaf said...

very nice

cupcakelady said...

I love these!

Max said...

I've never worn a pair of 3D glasses that were comfortable

Gurney said...

oh wow thats aweomse

Astra said...

$150 for dorky glasses? :(

Pawawanpi said...

The price for all of this adds up quickly. I don't know anyone who would want to get a 3d TV but at the Sony store they're trying to push these babies.

Mike said...

That's a hard sell, I still think it would difficult for me to wear 3D glasses while watching TV

Kevin Guirat said...

wow, that is awesome! I wish more stations were going 3D. The market definitely needs a pick-me-up.

stm said...

only the rich can afford to watch tv

SuciƓ Sanchez said...

Looks like Brains' glasses in Thunderbirds.

Sinisa said...

nice...

MRanthrope said...

retarded.

Joel C Anatoli said...

Expensive toys..