Originally Posted by Teremei
I have read through it and I know I need the Mitsu Adaptor, Gefen HDMI Detective, and 3D glasses that are DLP-link, whatever that means. The problem is when I call Fry's or BB the dummies have no idea which glasses are, or what DLP-Link even means. Which is why I need help figuring out what glasses to get.
You don't have to get DLP-link glasses. If you got the Mitsu starter kit, it would come with glasses and an emitter, and those would work fine. If you are just getting the adapter, not the starter kit, then you could either buy glasses + emitter separately, or you could buy DLP-link glasses. The only DLP-link glasses I am aware of at the moment, are the Xpand X-102, or the Viewsonic glasses (which I haven't seen in-stock anywhere yet, also have not confirmed they work with our sets).
The other thing to note is if you are buying a new 3D-BD player anyway, you could just get the panasonic BDT350 player that outputs checkerboard, and not have to deal with the adapter issues at all. In that case, you could once again either get glasses+emitter, or get DLP-link glasses. The advantage of glasses + emitter is that they would be compatible with the newer 3D TVs in case you decided to upgrade in a year or two. The DLP-link glasses will only work with DLP TVs (and DLP projectors). The DLP TVs however, can work with any kind of glasses.
I was just going to add a link to the panasonic 350 player at Amazon, and went searching and they don't even have it listed available new anymore, not out-of-stock, in-soon, or anything, just one seller with a used one