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Question about PS3, Sony Bravia TVs, and PS3 shutter glasses.

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User Info: GaroMaster001

GaroMaster001
4 years ago#1
Hi there,

I purchased some PS3 shutter glasses (Sony) for use with my Mitsubishi 3D TV. Turns out I need an adapter because the PS3 won't play nice with something that isn't Sony and would need an adapter like the 3DA-1. My question now is if I would be able to see 3D using a Sony Bravia TV without the need for a converter. Thank you so much!
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User Info: Trespasser2003

Trespasser2003
4 years ago#2
It depends on if the TV uses RF or LED to sync. They should work with any 3D TV that uses LED. Most decent new TVs use RF.
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