I purchased a “3D-Ready” TV a year or two ago. Will it work with 3D content?:


Probably not. In order to bring you 3D programming, Time Warner Cable is taking advantage of the newest 3D technology which utilizes a new format (“Side by Side” or “Top Bottom” panels, depending on the 3D production) for delivering the 3D images. Your “3D-Ready” TV purchased before March of 2010 will likely not be compatible with this newer format and therefore may not work. Manufacturers of those previously sold “3D-Ready” TV sets have indicated that they will be offering upgrades to make those “3D-Ready” TV sets capable of receiving the new content.  Please check with your TV manufacturer to determine if an upgrade is currently available.

To receive 3D On Demand service, a 3D TV purchased after March 2010, compatible 3D glasses, Digital Cable, remote and an HD or HD DVR set-top box are required. The compatible HD converter must be connected to your 3DTV via an HDMI cable only (HDMI adapters, including DVI to HDMI are not compatible) and viewer must wear glasses that are compatible with their 3D TV. Some services are not available to CableCARD customers. Not all equipment supports all services. DVR service is an optional service available for an incremental charge. Subject to change without notice. Not available in all areas. Some restrictions apply. Time Warner Cable is a trademark of Time Warner Inc. Used under license. All other trademarks remain the property of their respective owners.

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