Which 3D glasses for my TV?

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  1. simonjanda

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    Hi

    I have bought a Panasonic Viera TX-48CX400B 48" Smart 3D LED TV Ultra HD.

    I have been told you cannot just buy any 3D glasses but they have to be right for the TV.

    I know nothing about 3D, so any help would be appreciated.

    Ta
     
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    Are you still checking this thread? Is your television active or passive 3D?
     
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    at the moment I haven't a clue. Its new and 3D is new to me. Will it tell me in the instruction manual?
     
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    It certainly should say in the instruction manual whether it is active or passive 3D, and if not, google is your friend! It's important to know because you cannot use active glasses on a passive television, and vice-versa.
     

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