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LG AG-S350 Owner's Manual

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Category: 3D Glasses
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OWNER’S MANUAL

Please read this manual carefully before operating
and keep it for future reference.

www.lg.com

3D GLASSES

AG-S350

P/NO: SAC34026212 (1202-REV03)

 


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ENGLISH

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NOTE

 

The pictures shown in this manual may differ from the actual appearances.

3D Glasses

Nose Pad

8-pin mini USB

cable

Manual CD

Quick Start 

Guide

Pouches

3D Glasses’ Lenses

Power Button

LED indicator

USB port (charging port)
8-pin mini USB cable

FEATURES 

AG-S350 are 3D glasses that use RF(2.4GHz) wireless communication.

 

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If the device is connected to the TV that supports the RF glasses, you can enjoy the vivid 3D images.

 

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You can enjoy movies or pictures made as 3D.

 

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If you are using your 3D glasses for the fi rst time, make sure that the battery is fully charged.

ACCESSORIES

PART NAMES

Pairing 3D Glasses with Your 3D TV 

*1

Recommended pairing 

distance (10cm)

How to pair the glasses

How to re-pair the glasses

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1.   Turn the 3D TV on and switch the TV to 

3D mode.

1.  Press and hold the power button on the 

3D glasses for more than 8 seconds, the 

green LED light should come on.

2.  Place your 3D glasses within the recommended 

pairing distance and turn them on.

2.  The green LED light will blink three times 

and then 3D glasses are ready to pair.

3.  During pairing, the red and green LED 

lights will blink alternately.

3.  Turn the TV on and switch to 3D mode.

4.  When the pairing is complete, the LED light 

goes off and the 3D glasses start working.

4.  Place your 3D glasses within the recommended 

pairing distance and turn them on.

5.  The 3D glasses will not need to be 

paired with the same 3D TV again.

5.  During pairing, the red and green LED 

lights will blink alternately.

6.  When the pairing is complete, the 

LED light goes off and pairing with the 

second 3D TV is complete.

Nose Pad

Pairing means establishing a wireless connection between the 3D TV and 3D glasses.
If there is more than one TV in range, please place the 3D glasses within 10 cm of the 3D TV you want to pair the glasses with.     

The 3D glasses will pair with the 3D TV which has the strongest wireless signal.

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NOTE

 

The device recognizes the unique ID of the TV  to which it is connected. Thus, IDs of other TVs are not recognized by the 

device. If you wish to re-connect the device to other TVs, please see “How to re-connect the glasses”.

 


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CHARGING THE GLASSES

1

          

Connect the USB port located under the power button on the glasses to the USB port of the 

TV or PC using the supplied 8-pin mini USB cable as shown by the fi gure.

2

  

Charge the glasses until the LED is green.  The glasses will fully charge in about 1 hours 50 

minute

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3

 

Battery life and charging time

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5 min charge : Approximately 7 hours

 30 min charge : Approximately 40 hours

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Battery life may vary depending on the user’s environment.

HOW TO WEAR THE 3D GLASSES

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CAUTION

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Do not insert the supplied 8-pin mini USB cable in the reverse direction. Otherwise, this may 
cause damage to the product.

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NOTE

 

While charging: The LED is red.

 

When charging is complete: The LED is green.

 

When the battery is discharged: The Red LED blinks for 1 minute and turns off automatically. 

 

The 3D glasses can still be used while charging via a USB device.

CAUTION

 

If you use a USB cable other the one (8-pin mini USB) supplied with the product, the 

 

product may be damaged.

 

This equipment shall be powered with USB 2.0 or higher.

 

Avoid twisting or dropping the 3D glasses as this may cause damage or break them.

Pull the nose pad in the direction shown by the 

arrow as shown in the image. Be careful not 

to twist or lift the nose pad as this can cause 

damage.

Using 3D glasses may not be convenient for users wearing regular glasses. Adjusting the nose pad can 
improve your viewing comfort.

USING 3D GLASSES

Button Operation

LED Indication

Power On

Press and hold the power button for 1 or 2 

seconds.

The red LED blinks once.

Power Off

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(1 second ~2 second)

The red LED blinks three times.

Auto Off*

1

The device is automatically switched off if there 

is no 3D signal for more than one minute. 

The red LED blinks three times.

Battery(Lithium polymer)
discharge

0

If the battery is discharged, the red LED blinks 

for 1 minute and turns off automatically.
* When charging is completed, the LED is lit green.

How to re-connect the 

glasses

Press the power button for over eight seconds.

Release the button when the green LED light 

turns on. Then, you will see the green light blink 

three times before the device is switched off. 

If you switch the power on again, the glasses 

will be connected to the TV with the strongest 

signal.

The Auto Off function automatically switches the power off when the glasses loose the signal from the TV.
This may occur when the distance or angle between the device and the TV are out of range; when there is a barrier between the two 

devices; or when the device is switched from 3D to 2D mode.

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NOTE

 

Follow the instructions in reverse order to put the nose pad back.

 

The nose pad can be adjusted even if you don’t wear glasses.

How to adjust the nose pad

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CAUTION

Please read these safety instructions carefully to 
ensure your personal safety and to prevent damage.

1

If you experience difficulty while viewing 3D 
images with the 3D glasses, you may have 
some problems with your eyesight.

2

You may experience headaches or fatigue
when viewing 3D images through the glasses
for too long.
If you experience headaches, •• fatigue, or
dizziness, stop watching immediately.

3

Do not drop objects onto the product or
import force to the product.
This may result in electric shock or fire.

4

Do not use your product near a humidifier or
kitchen counter.
This may result in electric shock or fire.

5

Do not disassemble, repair or modify the
product or its parts.
Failing to do so may result in damage to the
product or a malfunction.

6

The product may be easily taken off after 
putting on for some people.

7

The following people should not use this
product: Pregnant women, infirm persons,
persons with heart issues, as well as persons
that become nauseous easily.
People with these conditions should not
use this product.

8

When watching 3D video, do not place
anything nearby that can be easily broken.
You may mistake a 3D image for an actual
object and move your body, causing you to
break nearby objects and hurt yourself.

9

Use this product for watching 3D video only.
Do not use it for any other purpose.
Do not use the 3D Glasses as sunglasses
or reading glasses.

10

Do not spray cleaner directly onto the surface
of the product.
This may result in discoloration and
cracks and may cause the screen display
to peel off.

11

Do not let water come into contact with the
product when cleaning it. Ensure that water
does not enter the product.
This may result in electric shock or fire.

12

Since the lens of the product is easily
scratched, make sure to clean the product
with a soft cloth.
As the product may be scratched if there
is any foreign material on the cloth, make
sure to shake off any dust before using it.

13

Do not scratch the surface of the Liquid
crystal shutters with a sharp tool and do
not clean it using chemicals.

14

Do not apply force to the 3D Glasses’ Lenses. 
Do not drop or bend the product.

15

When watching 3D video, ensure that you
are viewing the video within the specified
receiving range. (For more information, please 
refer to the user manual of the TV.)
If the receiving range is out of the
specified range, the screen may not be
viewable as 3D video.

16

Flickering may be generated by the 3D
glasses (60 Hz) when watching the 3D
screen when a magnetic fluorescent lamp
(50 Hz) is on.
If you encounter this symptom, please turn
off the light and continue watching.

17

The 3D glasses are a wireless communications 
device that use the 2.4GHz frequency band 
and may be interfered by devices, such as the 
microwave oven or the wireless LAN.
Wireless performance may also be interfered 
when there is a physical barrier between the 3D 
glasses and the 3D TV. 

18

Children should be closely supervised when 
using the 3D glasses and should stop using 
them in the cases of fatigue, twitching of the 
eye or face muscles, or other involuntary move-
ments.

19

Do not use the 3D glasses with the nose pad if 
you are not wearing regular glasses. Otherwise, 
this may hurt your eyes.

 


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TROUBLESHOOTING

Problem.

Suggestion.

Q. The glasses do not work.

A. The battery (Lithium Polymer) may be discharged, charge the battery with 

the 8-pin mini USB cable.

A. Please check how to work the 3D glasses with the TV .

Q. The led LED blinks continuously.

A. This occurs when the battery (Lithium Polymer) is discharged. In this case, 

charge the battery with the supplied 8-pin mini USB cable.

Q. I charged the glasses with the 8-pin 

mini USB cable, but it is not charged.

A. Check if the 8-pin mini USB cable is properly connected to the product.

SPECIFICATIONS

AG-S350

Range of frequency

2.400 GHz ~ 2.4835 GHz

Channel

79 Channels

Transmission output

4 dBm

Reception sensitivity

-86 dBm

Shutters

Liquid crystal

Contrast Ratio

Max. 1000:1

Transmittance

Over 34 %

Field Rate

120 fi elds/s

Open Time

Under 2.0 ms

Close Time 

Under 0.3 ms

Weight

28g ± 5%

Power Supply

· USB Cable: 8-pin mini USB cable

· Battery: 80 mA/h

· Battery life: More than 100 hours

Operating Temperature

0 °C ~ 40 °C 

Storage Temperature

-20 °C ~ 60 °C 

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The images and specifi  cations presented in this user manual are subject to change without prior notice for quality  

     improvement purposes.

Class B ITE (Information Technology Equipment)

This equipment satisfi es the EMC requirements and is intended for use in all environments, including the 
domestic environment.

(Class B ITE produces less electromagnetic emissions than Class A ITE.)

 


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Warranty Period

1 year. (Europe : 2 Years) 

If it proves to be defective with regards to the materials or workmanship under normal operating 
conditions during the warranty period, please contact the retailer where you purchased it. This war-
ranty is only valid for the original purchaser of the product and is only effective locally.

 


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