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This is not a typical problem with flat panel sets. This is usually a problem with projection sets and would be a convergence problem. Can you please update this with the make and model such that we can provide repair costs and instructions?

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Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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SONY BRAVIA 3D ANDROID TV MODEL-43W800C 3d active or passive in bangladesh? Which 3d glass required?


A 3-D glass won't be effective; especially in Bangladesh. A 3-D mirror; which look like a (kaleidoscope) is needed to see images in 3-D; in your country. Look for that.

Jul 04, 2016 | Sony Televison & Video

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Does my Sony kdl55w829b 55 inch HD 3D Smart tv have a built in 3D transmitter to use with the active 3D glasses ? If so how do you activate 3D viewing ?


This TV has the active 3D transmitter built in to it in some regions. It is included for the model sold in the U.K.

You need to register the Active 3D glasses before they will work with the TV. To register the glasses, turn on the TV and bring the glasses within .5m of the TV. Then press and hold the power button on the glasses for 2+ seconds (until the power button blinks alternating green and yellow). When the registration is successful, a message will show on the bottom of the TV and the green light will stay on for 3 seconds. This will need to be repeated if you use the Active 3D glasses with another TV and then use them again with this TV.

Now you need to activate the 3D feature on the TV. Press the 3D button on the remote or press the control bar on the Touchpad remote and slide the touch pad to the 3D icon and select it. Then choose your 3D option. You may also need to adjust the 3D display settings from the Home button. Press Home and select Settings. Then choose Display and then 3D.

The manual for the KDL-55W829B is available here: http://www.sony.co.uk/support/en/product/KDL-55W829B . The Help Guide, http://download.sony-europe.com/pub/manuals/tvhc/14HE468112-EN-Print.pdf , has the information on using the 3D feature starting on page 56.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Dec 19, 2014 | Sony KDL55EX620 55 inch BRAVIA 1080p LED...

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What kind of TV supports 3D?


You need to look for TV's labeled 3D ready feature a screen capable of displaying 3D content, and have the necessary emitter built-in. One important thing to keep in mind is that you'll need more than just a 3D TV to watch 3D at home - you'll also need pairs of 3D Glasses for anyone watching, as well as a 3D video source, like a 3D Blu-ray movie.

Jul 29, 2012 | Furniture

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I have all proper 3d equipment, cant get the damn glasses to work, lg led 3d tv, hdmi cables, ps3 as my blu ray player, and ps-100 lg 3d glasses....wont synch with tv and im sooo freakin frustrated!!!!


make sure the left right buttond on remote are set right or it looks like glasses are not working it is the blue button i think, i have the lg 47lx6500 and i had the same thing happen to me.

Feb 12, 2011 | LG Televison & Video

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3D doesn"t work


You will need a 3D-capable or 3D Ready tv. The difference is the 3D-capable tv will require you to buy a piece of equipment called an emitter to connect to it. The 3D Ready tv already has an emitter. You will also need a 3D bluray player or Playstation 3, 3D glasses, and hdmi version 1.4 cables. You will need 3D glasses and 3D bluray Dvds. If you want to watch something besides bluray dvds you would have to subscribe to direct tv as they are now offering some 3D broadcasting.

Jun 15, 2010 | Philips DVD724AT DVD Player

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Picture looks like 3D without the glasses


This is a convergence prioblem that can be as simple as poor solder connections at the convergence ICs or defective ICs. In any case, to provide details, I will need the model number. Can you please update this and confirm that the model number is: 60PP9202? ALso, please indicate whether or not you wish to attempt the repair and I will provide additional instructions as well.

Thanks,
Dan

Dec 18, 2009 | Philips 60PP9202 60" Rear Projection...

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Picture is all distorted ,colors dont match up need 3d glasses to watch


HI, this is basic convergence failure. the convergence board controls the RGB stream and , if its malfunctioning or, the convergence chip set is damaged, it will distort the entire display and the colors will not be regulated correctly as you are experiencing at this time.

simply replacing the convergence board in this unit will fix your issue.

May 18, 2009 | RCA Televison & Video

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