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Originally Posted by birdlover57
Excuse my ignorance but why not use SONY 3D glasses with a SONY projector before filing a claim?
The same reason that the Samsung glasses work with the epson because they are both on the same standard.
In enginering we have standards so that products work together across brands. This is the same as how HDMI works across devices and blutooth wireless headsets from different brands work on phones. They have a specification and protocol.
I had been told that sony met the standard but apparently that was incorrect information.
Sony just had to state that they don't meet the standard and then it would have been settled. They refused to do that and just implied that their glassess were "more compatible" which cant really be true if the projector doeant work withard glasses that meet the spec....
I asked about the problem first stating exactly what glasses were used and what my expectations of the standard were and they said I had to talk to sony to try experiments. Doing that during the day is hard with a full time job...
If they had stated that only sony glasses work I may have tried it but it is still a disadvantage for the sony when the epson works with so many more glasses.
I read some of this thread but missed your post given that it is a popular thread.
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