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post #1 of 7 Old 01-31-2012, 06:56 AM - Thread Starter
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I get headaches very easily from wearing eyeware. My personal glasses are light as a feather, and i havent found anything else i can wear in the past 15+ years.

Im trying to find the lightest, most comfortable pair of active glasses that would work with my vt30.

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I just bought a pair of the ps3 universal 3d glasses at Best Buy for 39.99. They are on sale this week. They will work with your Panasonic. I haven't used mine yet as I'm waiting for my XBR to ship. I will say they are very light and fit over my glasses great. The ps3 glasses just rest on top of my eye glasses and basically I can hardly tell they are there. I've only test fitted them so I guess it could change over actual usage. The nose piece doesn't even touch my nose. I would say buy them and try them and if you don't like just return them?
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I'm curious to know if the Sony glasses are truly universal.

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Im actually interested in the new Xpand X104 glasses. They look really comfortable, just dont look like they will fit over Rx glasses very well.

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The sony PS3 glasses are universal, I just used them to watch 2 3D movies on my ST30 and they worked great! I also have the 2nd gen panasonic glasses and both are light on my face but I have not compare them back to back yet. My wife was wearing the pany glasses over her own glasses while we watched the movie with no problems though.

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there is a new 3rd generations 3d glasses from panasonic. I would highly recommend those. they are much lighter. I have not used the sony 3d glasses. I dont know how they work out. glad to hear that they are universal.

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I ended up getting the 3Active ones from Dimensional Optics. I don't wear glasses but do use reading glasses. These felt more like sunglasse and remind me of the old style Raybans or Wayfarer. I wore them thru two 3D movies in one day and never took them off. They're rechargable as well. We have a Panasonic GT30 and BDT210 BR Player and these work fine without any issue.
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