So these glasses should work with my nearly-two-year-old 60" XBR-LX900? Just want to make sure before I spend the cash to give them a try.
UPDATE 1: Okay, I went ahead and ordered these from Amazon. I am hoping they will work with the LX900, but I am somewhat concerned. I don't know why Sony doesn't indicate on their site which TVs are compatible with these glasses. They do list compatible TVs for the 250 series of glasses, but the LX900 was not among them. That is why I am worried that these might not work, too. I'll update again once I get the glasses and try them out in case anyone else out there has an LX900 and is considering these glasses.
Okay, before posting this, I checked the 100 series glasses compatibility, and my TV isn't listed there, even though I am pretty sure the 100's are what came with my TV (and the Sony store gave me two additionals with my TV purchase). We'll see.
UPDATE 2: I am happy to report that these glasses work perfectly fine with the LX900 TVs. Happy because I really like these glasses. All of the batteries I've purchased for my 100s after the originals died have not lasted particularly long, so it will be nice to only have to plug these in for a few minutes before watching a movie if they have no charge as opposed to having to go to the store to buy batteries or wait a few days for them to come in if I order them online.
Having said that, I only need two of the 100 model glasses that I have, so if anyone wants my other two pairs of 100s, let me know. I'm not looking to sell them. I got them for free with my TV anyway and would rather see them get used than gather dust and be thrown away in a few years when I get a new TV. PM me if interested.Edited by dbburns - 9/14/12 at 5:30am