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    Default LG BX OLED TV with Buzz4900, what 3D glasses do I need to watch movies on VOD ?

    Hi Gang,

    I've looked around and can't find a definitive answer. I bought a pair of cheap clip on's with a negative result.
    Thanxs in advance.

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    isn't that tv 4k?

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    These work OK for the price.

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    https://www.amazon.com/Pack-CINEMA-GLASSES-TVs-Polarized/dp/B00GTVV3NM
    But are limited to passive 3D televisions.
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     https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/3d-tvs-active-3d-vs-passive-3d
    Check your model to see if it's passive 3D, or active 3D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dishuser View Post
    isn't that tv 4k?
    Yes, it's 4K.

    Not the proper TV for 3D?
    Last edited by Coaster; 02-13-2022 at 05:02 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coaster View Post
    Yes, it's 4K.

    Not the proper TV for 3D?
    has to be a 3d tv...

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    Quote Originally Posted by weezer22 View Post
    has to be a 3d tv...
    Thanxs everyone for answering my questions.
    Now I know....no 3D.

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    Two kinds of 3D glasses I know of. The "red~blue" kind and the "shuttering" kind. The red blue are used when you see a "3D" picture with a red tinge around one side. The shuttering kind requires a connection from the glasses to the TV to work. Essentially one eye gets a picture and then the other eye. the change rate and sequence is determined by the TV and the 3D program you are watching.

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