Those glasses are IR controlled glasses, not DLP Link. Your TV model requires that you add on an IR emitter to control the glasses. This plugs into the back of the TV, in the connection labeled 3D Glasses Emitter. The package you specify does not come with the IR emitter so by itself the set of glasses will not work without a separate purchase of an IR emitter. Something like this: http://www.3dglassesunlimited.com/hi...dlp-p-382.html
There are other options as well for instance the Xpand model 3DG-EX103 comes with one pair of glasses and the IR emitter and that IR emitter can be used with the 3DG-X103 (same glasses but without emitter): http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss...ctronics%2C274 . If you look farther down the page you will find "DLP Link" glasses that will work with your TV and you would not need to add an IR emitter. There are several brands of "DLP Link" glasses and they all will work with your TV (just make sure to turn on the DLP Link feature in your TV's 3D Menu. There are other brands of IR glasses you can use but you need to make sure you get the correct IR emitter as well.
Sony's new PS3 glasses are said to work with the separate IR emitter linked above and also with the IR emitter in the 3DG-EX103 system above, however they will not work with the DLP Link system.
If you look over the threads in this area, you will find a lot of options and reviews.