Originally Posted by ElecWarehouse
The adapter is for any "3D Ready" Mitsubishi TV built since 2007. 3D ready TVs do not have the IR emitter built in. The 65c9 is a 3D Ready TV and thus does not have the IR emitter.
The adapter is for those who already have 3D glasses while the kit is for those who also need the 3D glasses.
I should've mentioned my source. According to ww.mitsubishi-tv.com/3D.htnl
:Q10: I have a Mitsubishi 3D Ready TV, is it compatible to DLP Link glasses?
A10: Yes, all Mitsubishi 3D Ready TVs are compatible with DLP Link glasses. In addition, these TVs have a VESA jack for an external synchronization emitter for non DLP Link glasses. This provides the user with maximum flexibility and choices of glasses.
SO... shouldn't all 3d ready mitsu tv's be compatible with the xpand 102's which do not require an emitter?
And, i have read reports on these forums of users with 737's (expensive c9's) using the xpand 102s with no external emitters... so back to my original question.... why buy an expensive kit when it is cheaper to buy the 102s and the adapter?