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Enjoy 3D content without compromise to picture quality Enjoy 3D content without compromising to picture quality with the Sony TDG-BR250/B Rechargeable 3D Adult Glasses. Enjoy features such as excellent color accuracy and high contrast, wide viewing angle for flexible sitting, an ergonomic design for high comfort, and seamless synchronization for a clear precise image.
Enjoy 3D content without compromising to picture quality Key Features Excellent Color and High Contrast: Enjoy 3D content in excellent color accuracy and high contrast with the Sony TDG-BR250/B glasses.
Wide-Viewing Angle:  Experience 3D from a wide-viewing angle with Sony’s dynamic 3D active glasses. Stylish and Ergonomic Design: Enjoy comfort with the stylish and ergonomic design of the Sony TDG-BR250/B glasses with adjustable frames that will fit just about everyone in your family. Synchronization: Enjoy a 3D experience with Sony 3D glasses that automatically synchronize with Sony 3D TV’s.

Sony TDG-BR250/B Rechargeable 3D Adult Glasses, Black

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  • Excellent color accuracy and high contrast
  • Wide viewing angle for flexible sitting
  • Stylish, ergonomic design for high comfort
  • Fits comfortably while wearing glasses
  • Seamless synchronization for a clear precise image

 

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  1. Bertram G. Moshier says:
    50 of 55 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Outstanding 3D Glasses!, June 12, 2011
    By 
    Bertram G. Moshier (Chicago, IL USA) –
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    This review is from: Sony TDG-BR250/B Rechargeable 3D Adult Glasses, Black (Electronics)

    I’ve been using these 3D glasses for around month and they really are wonderful. Charging via any USB outlet (on your 3D TV, Computer, USB hub, Sony PS3, etc) they save you from buying batteries that wear out after only a month or so of viewing. Some people won’t like the light weight feeling of these glasses, which work well for those with contacts or not needing glasses. The 100 version, which costs more and requires batteries, does have additional bulk / room for a pair of glasses.

    Owning both the TDG-BR100 and TDG-BR250, I can say they are both good 3D glasses, yet, in the end I prefer the 250 for its feel and recharging ability. Like beauty, this one maybe in the eye of the beholder and user.

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  2. P. Carlson says:
    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Comparison of 3 Different 3D Sony Compatible glasses, April 6, 2012
    By 
    P. Carlson
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    This review is from: Sony TDG-BR250/B Rechargeable 3D Adult Glasses, Black (Electronics)

    I recently bought a Sony Bravia KDL-55NX720 which is 3d capable but comes without glasses. The 3d factor was of interest to me and being a bit of an electronics geek. I had to get 3d glasses and check it out. Rather than getting just one type of 3D glasses I decided to get 3 different compatible glasses and check them out. The three glasses I got are:

    Xpand X103
    Sony TDG-BR250
    PlayStation 3 3D Glasses

    I wear rimless bifocal lenses that are 32 mm tall. For comfort I would rank the glasses as follows:

    1. Sony TDG-BR250
    3. PlayStation 3D glasses
    3. Xpand X103

    All of the glasses worked over my prescription glasses but I found the Sony TDG-BR250 to fit over my glasses best and to be the most comfortable. I found the Xpand X103 the least comfortable though they are OK and I don’t really have an issue sitting through a movie. Based on other reviews, the comfort level varies quite a lot from viewer to viewer. Both the PlayStation glasses and the Xpand were a little more awkward to get adjusted over the glasses. So for me, that was probably the biggest comfort factor. None of the nose pieces that came with the Xpand gave me a great fit. The PlayStation glasses had an adjustable nose piece that worked better for me.

    For 3d performance I would rank them in the following order:
    1. PlayStation 3D glasses
    2. Xpand X103
    3. Sony TDG-BR250

    The PlayStation 3D and the Sony TDG-BR250 resulted is similar colors and brightness. I think I got the most flickering with the BR250s but hard to say on that count, none were bad. The TDG-BR250 looked good as long as you kept your head level, if you tilted it even slightly to the left or right, the picture got lighter and there was abundant crosstalk. The crosstalk issue with these glasses is really pretty bad and is responsible for the low rating. The PlayStation glasses have a polarization filter that reduces the crosstalk and it definitely works. The Xpand 103 glasses were similar to the PlayStation glasses with crosstalk performance. You could tilt your head left or right and the picture didn’t change much. However; the picture was a touch darker with the Xpand glasses and the colors were a touch different. I liked the brighter picture and the color rendition of the Sony glasses better. You could probably adjust your picture so that the Xpand glasses would give you a similar color/brightness profile if you were just using Xpand glasses. The color and brightness wasn’t so different that watching programing with the different brands would be a big deal.

    I know the Xpand 103 glasses work for brands other than Sony. They were easy to synch with my Sony Bravia TV. I believe the SonyPlaystion glass are also universal for infrared (but not the newer Bluetooth) systems. They are listed as compatible with Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, and Sharp Active Shutter 3D. At least for the Sony system, they synced automatically. The TDG-BR250 are meant for Sony systems.

    Both sets of Sony glasses are rechargeable. The Xpand uses an easy to get inexpensive battery. I haven’t had the the system long enough to know which I prefer. It is really going to depend on how long the battery lasts on the Xpands versus how often the Sony’s need to be charged and how well they hold their charge if unused for a period of time. Since I use the Xpand battery type for a locator system I use to find my cats when they go outside, I always have a ready supply of the batteries. I’m guessing I would actually prefer the battery system, which I assume will not need batteries very often, to recharging. The Sony’s are supposed to only need 3 minutes of charging for an hour of viewing so they charge fast. Still, stuff that recharges tends to not stay charged if it sits around unused for a period of time. I can see it being a pain if someone comes over and wants to check out the 3d but the glasses need charging. Same goes if we get more content on TV. Batteries tend to not run down for a long time when idle and can be changed immediately (IF you have the batteries on hand) if they are dead.

    Here’s my final rank

    1. SonyPlaystation 3D glasses
    2. Xpand 103 3d glasses
    3. Sony TDG-BR250

    There are polarizing filters available from Sony for the TDG-BR250 that are supposed to correct the crosstalk issue. I ordered a pair from Sony today at no cost. If they work, I might raise the Sony TDG-BR250 to the top of the list since, for me, they are the most comfortable. I gave the PlayStation glasses a 4 star ranking and would rank these a little higher with the crosstalk issue solved. I will report back,and perhaps change my ranking, when I get the filters. Still, one should not have to go to the trouble of getting an extra part in order to make a product useable.

    Update: I got the polarizing filters and they do help considerably with the crosstalk…

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  3. Prat says:
    25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Ghosting at first! ……… Really bad! but then……….., October 14, 2011
    By 
    Prat

    This review is from: Sony TDG-BR250/B Rechargeable 3D Adult Glasses, Black (Electronics)

    I am sharing my personal experience with the Sony TDG-BR250/B Combined with the products listed below..

    The equipment I am using is…..
    1) Sony KDL-46NX720 (LED 3D TV)
    2) Sony BDV-HZ970W (Home Theater)
    3) Sony DLC-HE10V Swivel High Speed HDMI Cable (I have two)
    4) Sony TDG-BR250/B (I have Three)
    5) Motorola DDCX3400M with Comcast HD and 3D Service.

    I am going to start off by saying once I got everything connected I watched Avatar 3D on Comcast. My first impressions were not good I was getting ghosting whilst watching 3D content. Also as the camera moved from one side to the other the movement was really rough! At This point I was thinking how can some of you guys give these glasses 5 star ratings I was totally in agreement with people rating these glasses 1 star. I then started going through various internet sites and then found that The HDMI cable must be as short as possible and must be high speed with ethernet. (This info will help remove the possibility of cable failure) The original cable I used was from Comcast. The installer told me this cable is compatible with my equipment.

    Once I connected the new Sony HDMI cable to replace the Comcast HDMI cable. I put Avatar back on through Comcast. I sat down in my seat with my Glasses on and VOILAAAA! WOW!! what a difference. I could not imagine how much better the picture could become. The depth, flicker free, the colors, the blacks and the 3D effect was unbeatable!

    The Glasses are very comfortable now because I was so engrossed into the movie that you tend to forget the glasses are on your face. I can now understand that if your movie experience is poor then your mind would start wondering, Hence you would naturally start blaming the glasses. My dream is now complete by having a complete setup with the same brand.

    My understanding is that these glasses are perfect for people who have a good setup with top of the line products. I certainly do not find these glasses cheaply made or of poor quality. They are fine the way Sony made them.

    My rating is 5/5!

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