iTheater XT Video Glasses

Sewell Part # SW-4353

$249.95

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Overview

Lightweight and comfortable, the iTheater system lets you enjoy big-screen movies on the go. These are also great for watching movies or video games at home when you don't want to disturb others. HMDs (Head Mounted Displays) are perfect for the dentist's office as well, enabling you to keep your customers happy while in the chair.

The iTheater represents the next big move in personal entertainment technology. Watch your videos in complete privacy and at the equivalent of viewing a 50" big screen from eight and a half feet (230,000 pixel resolution). Move your head and arms comfortably as you finally get to enjoy your portable movies.

The end of painful entertainment has arrived!

Note: iPod cable now standard with the iTheater!


Specifications

Mfg. Part Number

  • A502778

Brand

  • Generic

Includes

  • i-Theater unit with built in earbuds
  • Composite (RCA) cables
  • Rechargeable battery pack
  • Power cables

Features

  • Weighs just 3.5 ounces, the lightest on the market
  • Video based HMD featuring 230,000 pixel per LCD resolution
  • Rechargeable battery pack with included power supply cable
  • Works on NTSC, PAL and SEACAM systems

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Question:

Can I use it for my pc?


Answer:

You can use it with your PC if your PC has a composite RCA video output on it. If it doesn't have one of those outputs you could use our PC to TV converter, part SW-4262. That part will convert your VGA output to a composite output.

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Question:

Can one watch digital TV with these?


Answer:

Yes, you can watch digital TV with the iTheater Glasses as long as your digital TV source has a composite output.

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Question:

Are the iTheatre XT Video Glasses 3D capable?


Answer:

No, they are not.

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