Originally Posted by Webmonkey
Well, Bluetooth is an RF tech, but a very specific one. It normally requires units to be "paired". I did not have to pair my emitter with glasses.
BUT - if this is really true - then these Panasonic glasses are a much cheaper way of getting 3D on the X30.
Now - if someone could specific in regard to the Panasonic glasses models used. I am for sure looking into 3rd party glasses for my X30.
I'm the one who got the Panasonic glasses working with the JVC RF emitter and, believe me, it works fine. You do have to re-pair the glasses when you move from one display to the other but that's trivial -- pairing instructions come in the manual and it takes less than 30 seconds. I had to pair my JVC glasses with my JVC RF emitter before it would work.
The model number of the Panasonic glasses I have is TY-ER3D4MU. Since these
Samsung Bluetooth glasses also work with 2012 Panasonic TVs, and since the Panasonic glasses work with the JVC RF emitter, it's practically a sure bet that the Samsung glasses will also work with the JVC emitter. It's really just a matter of pairing the glasses with the emitter before trying to use them.