I have a Mits 73835.. I bought the recommended kit when I bought the TV about 2 years ago, which included an emitter and 2 pr glasses (tru3d) I think.. I just bought the 3DA-1 coverter to make it complete. But here is the issue...
I have a Denon 4308ci receiver that I really like. 1.3a HDMI. My directv hr21 says my TV isn't compatable when trying to route through the reciever. So, I run the Directv source directly to my converter, then to my TV, and it works. Ok, so my reciever isn't compatable, and I'll have to run separate audio..
I also have a PS3 which I want to use for 3d... I only have one input on the converter... which is used by directv. I have 4 HDMI inputs on my TV... I use 2of them...one for directv, one for PS3 ( I bypass my reciever in order to listen to Music audio when playing Tiger Woods.), One I can use for my Home Theater PC (Blu-ray/audio/photos/internet)... am I going to have to buy a converter for each HDMI input I want to use?
I read somewhere that Sony will have firmware which will make PS3 compatable with Mits DLP... (which I think means they output checkerboard?) Is this right? Does this mean I won't need a converter?
What I would REALLY like to hear, is that Denon will have an update which accepts 3d on it's HDMI (doubt it though) If that were the case, I could just route everything to my reciever, then to the converter, then a single HDMI on the TV.
Also have an XBOX360 and Wii... but that is another story ;-)
Any advice is appreciated.