Panasonic VT50 3d Glasses? Which are best?

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    That sucks that they are a bit more expensive, but I'd stick with the Panasonic ones unless there are some generics that are well reviewed. The glasses for my Samsung are only $20/pr. and they work very well and the batteries have lasted a long time.
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    In the compatibility chart they show both passive and active shutter glasses are compatible with the 2012 VT50.

    Active shutter is the better of the two, yes?
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    Yes, you want the active ones for the best results.
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    Has anyone tried the SainSonic ones?
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    There were only a few reviews on Amazon for their glasses for Panasonics, but none were 5 star and other than one that said they worked, the rest said they did not work properly.

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