The E3D0VX includes two pairs of passive glasses instead of the four found on LG's TVs and more-expensive Vizios. They don't match either; one is the same curvy, glossy pair of spectacles included on those Vizios, while the other set is more generic-looking with flat lenses. The company sells additional (curvy) specs for $25 each on its web site. Less expensive compatible circular polarized glasses are available from online merchants, and if you swipe a pair of passive 3D glasses from your local theater, they should work, too.
November 15, 2011 12:13 PM PST
Photo by: Sarah Tew
| Caption by: David Katzmaier
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