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  • canshine/Canshine CS-VS6 PRO GLS RF active 3D stereo glasses with Canshine launch
  • canshine/Canshine CS-VS6 PRO GLS RF active 3D stereo glasses with Canshine launch
  • canshine/Canshine CS-VS6 PRO GLS RF active 3D stereo glasses with Canshine launch
canshine/Canshine CS-VS6 PRO GLS RF active 3D stereo glasses with Canshine launch
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Question: What is active 3D glasses

Answer: Answer: The electronic shutter mirror receives signals by emitting infrared rays. It needs to be charged and it is a bit heavy and uncomfortable for a long time. These glasses can only be used on active 3D TVs or monitor XPAND theaters.

Question: What is the difference between 3D eye active type and shutter type

Answer: Displayed alternately, and the infrared signal transmitter installed on the 3D TV will synchronously control the left and right lens switches of the shutter-type 3D glasses to make the left,...

Question: Can be made into high transparency...

Answer: These frame signals are transmitted through infrared transmitters, Bluetooth and other wireless methods, and the 3D glasses responsible for receiving are refreshed and synchronized to achieve the left...

Question: How to use shutter 3D glasses?

Answer: another...

Question: Who will introduce the 3D glasses of Sony VPL-HW48 need to be equipped separately...

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Question: Who will tell you that the 3D glasses of the Sony VPL-HW48 need to be equipped with hair...

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Question: How to use Haier's shutter 3D glasses?

Answer: First, the TV has a 3D synchronizer. After plugging it in, turn on the 3D function on the TV and turn on the power of Haier's shutter-type 3D glasses. You should be able to receive the signal. Generally, the small light on the glasses when there is a signal...

Question: Is the 3D glasses shutter type or polarized type better?

Answer: Polarized 3D uses the principle that light has a "vibration direction"...

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