Imagine that you want to watch an exciting movie that only accept 3D display on your 3D TV set. As a matter of fact, you expect to get the best satisfaction so far if only you use one of the above goggles that match with your 3D TV set. In which case, will you prefer the Active shutter glasses or the Passive glasses? I am aware that active glasses only work for the same manufacturer unlike passive.
Passive 3D is of course more convenient. First of all, it's way cheaper and it also doesn't require you to recharge the battery every time you watch a movie. I'm assuming you haven't tried on or even seen the active shutter glasses. They're shaped a certain way which is why your ears get very uncomfortable after wearing them for a little while. And lastly, this is a very common issue but the active shutter glasses cause flickering which gives a lot of people headaches.
Almost everything was mentioned above. I would just add that active 3D glasses are heavier and inconvenient. LG probably has the best looking passive 3D glasses IMO and they're not that heavy either. They're just like regular sunglasses.
Active glasses are so uncomfortable. There are always flickering, syncing, and the lenses always go black if you tilt your head at a certain angle. That is why I prefer LG 3d TV. LG has developed a lot on the 3d field. It gives the full 3d quality.
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