News & Reviews

Panasonic TY-EW3D3MU 3rd Gen 3D Active Shutter Eyewear Review

 When 3D TV launched in the middle of 2010, major consumer electronics companies scrambled to be the first on the block to grab the consumer dollars. Unfortunately, it's been fairly well established that most jumped the gun by launching a slightly premature product to market and have being playing catch-up since. There is no one guiltier than Panasonic, who came out of the gate with undoubtedly the best 3D set - the VT20 series Viera Plasma, but graced with undoubtedly the worst 3D glasses, a...

Panasonic, Samsung focus on 3D glasses standard

Universal 3D glasses are months away. CNET Everybody gripes about 3D glasses. Now some prominent consumer electronics makers are trying to do something about them.Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, and XpanD today announced the "Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative," saying that they will collaborate on a new standard for 3D active glasses that uses radio frequency and "multiple types of infrared system...

Panasonic 3D Glasses TY-ER3D5MA

Panasonic 3D Glasses TY-ER3D5MAI got these glasses with my TC-P55VT60 Plasma TV that I purchased last January from the last remaining stock. I am very happy with the TV on 2D. I had not tried the 3D until a few days ago. These are the cheaper glasses with the non rechargeable Lithium cells. The first problem I had was with the battery cover. I had to remove it from one of the pair because I could not pull out the tab to connect the battery. The cover was extremely difficult to remove. I had...