Sony 3D Glasses warning

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  1. Gordon @ Convergent AV

    Gordon @ Convergent AV
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    I installed a VW1100 yesterday for a client and decided to do something i don't normally do. I "read the manual" Thankfully i did. If it wasn't for the warning at the top of the section about 3D glasses use i could have been horribly disfigured.


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    Did it also tell you not to put the VW1100 itself in the fire?

    If not, are we to presume this would be okay?

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    Doesn't say you can't eat them either, or put them in a microwave. Watch out for some 'class action' suits from our friends over the pond. ;)
     
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    Sounds like a bit if corporate backside covering in case of a thermal runaway of the batteries.

    You wouldn't want your curtains going up in flames because you left them charging on a window ledge in the sun.

    Maybe they use the same battery supplier as Boeing does for their 787? :devil:
     
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    Do they contain nuts ?
     
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    Should be ok in sun heated cars in UK though surely....
     
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    Sun heated cars........ well we all know about home cinemas but don't think I've ever seen a car cinema? :)
     
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    I bet there are some who have used them as sunglasses - there's always one
     
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    It must be a drive-in cinema.


    (Sorry Couldn't help myself. I'll get my coat...)
     

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