Sony F-9308-750-0 lamp, Sony XL-2400U lamp, Sony A-1129-776-A

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Sony has created a bit of confusion with their LCOS TVs and the replacement aftermarket lamps. Not only is there confusion about the actual TV model numbers, but there is a lot of confusion about the lamp part numbers.
To illustrate this point, we will use the replacement lamp part number F-9308-750-0. Wait a minute, Sony also refers to this part as the: Sony XL-2400 lamp. But they went one step further to confuse people with a third part number, the Sony A-1129-776-A. If anyone knows why they’ve done this, please share with us!
So they’ve got three different part numbers:
what TVs are they compatible with?
This is a problem too as some venders show the TV models with dash (“-“) separators and others don’t.
With dashes
KDF-42E2000, KDF-46E2000, KDF-50E2000, KDF-50E2010, KDF-50EA11, KDF-55E2000, KDF-E42A10, KDF-E42A11, KDF-E50A10, KDF-E50A10PRMO, KDF-E50A11, KDF-E50A12U, KF-42E200, KF-50E200, KF-55E200, KFE-42A10, and KFE-50A10
without dashes:
KDF42E2000, KDF46E2000, KDF50E2000, KDF50E2010, KDF50EA11, KDF55E2000, KDFE42A10, KDFE42A11, KDFE50A10, KDFE50A10PRMO, KDFE50A11, KDFE50A12U, KF42E200, KF50E200, KF55E200, KFE42A10, and KFE50A10
I’m sure there are other models numbers, but that’s beside the point.
Apart from the three distinct part numbers, there are variations within them depending on sales region.
XL2400, XL-2400U, XL-2400E, XL-2400J, XL-2400C, XL2400U, XL2400E, XL2400J, XL2400C, A1129776A, A-1129-776A, A-1129-776-A, A1129-776A
XL-2400U, with the U standing for United States
XL-2400E, as in the European markets
This is another strange point. With the Internet being what it is today, you would think a clear answer would have materialized by now…but no….
Reply to this with your feedback with your TV model number and your TV Lamp part number please! We will keep a organized list above to get everyone on the same page!

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