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post #1 of 4 Old 03-07-2013, 08:41 AM - Thread Starter
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Like many, I just purchased a Panasonic Plasma recently with the close out prices that are out there.

So I've been looking for 3D glasses (TY-ER3D4MU) for some time for a reasonable price. One thing that I have noticed on my quest is that the supply seems to be really drying up.
Best Buy it’s only available at local stores (and most are sold out), Amazon is only selling through 3rd parties.

I figure this is probably in preperation of the 5th Gen glasses. Any info on thoses???
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Like many, I just purchased a Panasonic Plasma recently with the close out prices that are out there.

So I've been looking for 3D glasses (TY-ER3D4MU) for some time for a reasonable price. One thing that I have noticed on my quest is that the supply seems to be really drying up.
Best Buy it’s only available at local stores (and most are sold out), Amazon is only selling through 3rd parties.

I figure this is probably in preperation of the 5th Gen glasses. Any info on thoses???

They should be compatible and I would guess they will be out soon

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Any comments on how good the Samsung's are (picture wise)???
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The Samsung (SSG-4100s) have identical image quality to the Panny glasses. They just have smaller lenses and open sides. Of course, they also run on batteries, but for an additional cost you can buy a rechargeable version.

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