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post #1 of 2 Old 10-17-2012, 01:50 PM - Thread Starter
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I just got a pair of ew3d3mc's in the mail for my VT25 and noticed that they are polarized (looking at a computer screen at a certain angle blacks it out). Why are they polarized if they are shutter glasses?
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I don't think they are polarized, that model number is Active Shutter. I know that a lot of Active Shutter models don't support tilted views (watching TV laying down) they will blackout when you turn head sideways.. dont know if that is what you are talking about. Does the 3d work correctly with these glasses on your vt25? The tilted views issues has always been around and affects all active shutter companies... Its more tied to the glasses that are being used.
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