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Unlike the lightweight Samsung SSG-4100GB, the Panasonic TY-ER3D4MU glasses feel harder wearing and don’t require assembly. The Panasonics have longer arms that the Samsungs and are hinged for better rigidity. The fit is very good whether you wear prescription glasses or not and the glasses block out quite a bit of light while still remaining lightweight.
Like the Samsung’s the on-off control is situated just above the nose and holding the control to the right pairs them to the TV. We had no trouble pairing them to either TV as long as we held them close to the screen. The glasses use Bluetooth instead of infrared so they don’t need a physical view of the TV, which means you don’t have to resync them if you lose line of sight for some reason. The Panasonic’s TY-ER3D4MUs are rechargeable and charge via a small USB port.
The Samsung and Panasonic glasses performed about the same, although if we had to pick one based on picture quality alone it would be these Panasonics.
Now you can always select the sonic’s and pay out the nose for their “cool” glasses or you can flip the script and try out some Pansonic 3d Glasses that are compatible with most of their televisions. It’s a pocket book decision, since most compatible 3D glasses deliver the same quality image, while some after-market deliver better pictures.