• passes 3D video signals from a compatible 3D-capable BRAVIA HDTV to 3D glasses (sold separately)
  • 6-1/8"W x 1-1/16"H x 7/8"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

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What's in the box?

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  • 3D Sync transmitter (with attached 6' cord terminated by a proprietary connector)
  • Two-sided tape
  • Instructions (Eng/Fre/Spa)
  • Limited Warranty information (US)
  • Consumer 1 Year Warranty information (Canada)

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Features

Overview: The Sony TMR-BR100 3D Sync Transmitter gives you the option to enjoy 3D (three-dimensional) pictures and graphics on your Sony Bravia 3D-ready HDTV. You can enjoy an immersive, realistic movie and gaming experience in Full HD 1080p from your Sony Bravia 3D-ready HDTV using the Sony TMR-BR100 3D Sync Transmitter, a pair of Sony's 3D Active Glasses, (sold separately), and an HDMI connected 3D source; such as a Satellite Receiver, Blu-ray Disc Player, or PlayStation 3 gaming console (all sold separately).

Note: Requires compatible Sony 3D HDTV (HX909 or HX800 series model), 3D source content, and Sony 3D active glasses.

Wide Viewing Angle: The Sony 3D Sync Transmitter provides a wide viewing angle for an optimal 3D viewing experience. You can adjust the angle (+/-10°) of the 3D Sync Transmitter based on your installation. The recommended viewing angle and distance for 3D viewing is 120° (left/right) at 3.3'-19.6875'.

Note: If you use your 3D glasses outside of the specified range, you may not be able to watch 3D video images.

Placement: The 3D Sync Transmitter should be placed in front of the TV and there should be no obstacles between the 3D Sync Transmitter and your 3D glasses. If the TV is mounted on a wall, attach the 3D Sync Transmitter to the top-center or bottom right-center of the television. Two-sided tape is provided for mounting.

Connection: Simply plug the TMR-BR100 3D Sync Transmitter into your compatible Sony Bravia 3D-ready HDTV's proprietary 3D port to begin watching 3D entertainment from your 3D-ready Blu-ray disc player with Sony 3D active glasses (sold separately). Your 3D glasses will then receive infrared rays from the connected 3D sync Transmitter.

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Works well, no loss of signal

Written By Steve, Las Vegas on Monday, March 14, 2011

Does exactly what it is supposed to do. Easy to install and there is no loss of
signal/sync with glasses from anywhere in the room, unlike some other 3D sets
with built in emitters.

Sony TMR-BR100 3D Sync Transmitter

Written By Mark, Minneapolis, MN on Thursday, February 17, 2011

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Too much eye strain. Not enough quality 3D content to justify the cost. Not worth the
money.