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Waiting for my projector to arrive today. In anticipation, I purchased a pair of sony TDG-BR250 glasses. Sales man said they are compatible but I don't see any projector listed on the spec sheet. Can anyone confirm if these will work?

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Definitely work. No worries.
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So do the BR100s and BR50s...
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You will need filters though which can be achieved for free from Sony...
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well the 250's did not work

What fiters are needed? I have not seen any mention of this.

thanks!
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Originally Posted by jorge.a.torralb View Post

well the 250's did not work

What fiters are needed? I have not seen any mention of this.

thanks!

Speaking of filters. I was able to get some free from sony (which anyone can). Just call (239) 768 7547 and tell them part number 145831411 (for adult or BR250s or 100s) and part number 145831421 (for smaller BR50s). Reference Knowledge Base ID (KBID) C1017777 and tell them what type of glasses you purchased. Tell them which projector you have (90ES or 30AES) and that you just need the polarizing sheets (filters). They will send you out a pair or two which you should have in 7 to 10 business days.


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As cheap as you can find the Narnia kit getting the 250s is a great idea. I know some are not fan of putting filters in but it is simple and you never know they are on once it's done. Small "price" to pay for saving money which in the end equals getting a couple extra pairs of 3D glasses. Never know when you will have extra guests...
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Thanks for the info. Luckily for me, i took the glasses back to the store and they gave me the 2 that came with their demo projector which is not set up for 3d. so now I have 4 originals.

Good to know about the filters.
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