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    2 player mode passive 3d

    Hello,

    I just bought the 47pfl7656 and tried out the 2 player mode. What I've noticed is that when you put on the included 3d glasses, 1 eye can see one half and 1 eye can see the other half. Each glass is differently polarized? This of course results in an incorrect screen.

    I see that Philips also sells gamers glasses. Am I correct to assume that the included 3d glasses don't work for 2 player mode and that you actually need the gamers glasses that probably have 2 glasses with the same polarization? Or play with one eye of course

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    Hi,

    PTA416 (included with TV) are the standard 3D glasses (BD 3D, or 3D via DVB or 3D Sidy-by-Sidy). For dual view gaming you need the PTA436. It's a set for 2 players. On each player glass both eyes have the same polarisation.

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    Thats what I thought. Thanks for the reply.

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