Samsung UN65D8000 LCD HDTV First Impressions Review$5,399.00
The UN65D8000 is one of the first TVs from Samsung to use a new type of 3D glasses: the SSG-3700SRs. These are the same active shutter glasses that are used by most other displays, but instead of an Infra Red signal, they receive a Bluetooth signal from the television, which is less likely to be interfered with by remote controls for other devices or lights. The glasses also have the battery on the back of the arms, instead of on the front, which makes them feel a little lighter. These glasses also come with a wireless charging system for these batteries.
46C8000. With those models, we found that the crosstalk was a particular problem, so we will be looing forward to testing if the latest generation have improved here
We did find that, in the test footage that Samsung were showing at the CES show, this display produced smooth, natural 3D motion, with only a very occasional glitch. But again, this footage was chosen to highlight the strengths of the display, so we'll wait to pit it through our own tougher test regimen before we can really rate it.