XPAND 3D Glasses are designed to have a light, stylish and ergonomic frame to ensure comfortable wear for everyone. Special adjustable nosepiece helps to ensure a better fit.
XPAND 3D Glasses Lite IR (X105-IR-X1) and XPAND 3D Glasses Lite RF (X105-RF-X1) are high quality active 3D glasses, that enable you to watch 3D on any display device that uses either Infrared (IR) or Radio Frequency Synchronization.
The XPAND 3D Glasses Lite IR are compatible with 3D devices that use IR 3D synchronization protocol, including XPAND equipped 3D cinemas1. The XPAND 3D Glasses Lite RF are compatible with any 3D device bearing the logo of Full HD 3D and equipped with internal or external Radio Frequency (for example Bluetooth®) emitter2.
XPAND 3D Glasses Lite IR support dual view gaming when the dual view signal is emitted (from Philips Active IR TVs or Panasonic IR TVs), whereas XPAND 3D Glasses Lite RF support manual selection of dual view mode for dual view gaming.
Customer review: Just a quick note to say thank you for a brilliant product (X105-RF). My wife has found that she can’t watch 3D without feeling ill and we were left either not watching at all or she would have to leave the room. Not ideal. With your glasses we can all now enjoy a 3D movie as a family, albeit my wife is actually watching in 2D. Also, compared to our previous glasses, our experience with yours was such a significant improvement in all areas that I replaced our existing glasses. Thanks again for solving our problem.
|3D Technology||Active Shutter Glasses|
|Lens Type||LCD, TN cell|
|Sync Method||Infrared (IR) or Radio Frequency (RF)|
|Shuttering Frequency||96-240 Hz|
|Temperature||5 – 45˚C|
|Battery Life||more than 40 hours (IR), more than 100 hours (RF)|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Lithium-ion Polymer cell|
|Lens Size||2,2" diagonal (58 mm)|
1.3 oz (37 g)
(W x H x D)
|6.7” x 1.6” x 6.5”
(170 mm x 40 mm x 165 mm)
1As of January 2013 IR (infrared) TVs are known to be all Sony, Philips, TCL, Sharp, active Toshiba models, as well as most Mitsubishi DLP TV models, Samsung models prior to 2011, and Panasonic models prior to 2012.
2As of January 2013 RF/BT TVs are known to be: all Samsung 2011 and 2012 models, all Panasonic 2012 models, and some Mitsubishi DLP TV 2012 models.