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Mitsubishi WD 65C9 65 Inch 1080p Flat panel DLP Home Theater
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I have to agree with the other reviews This is an excellent TV for the price It does take some experimentation to find the optimum configuration and I find the setup menu screen navigation unintuitive however it s difficult to beat the price/performance ratio

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Mitsubishi HC3800 1080p Home Theater DLP Projector
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I ll preface by stating I ve only watched a few movies on it so far But what I ve seen I m duly impressed

The body has a very simple glossy black look to it The remote is easy to use and the menu system has a low learning curve on figuring out

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My viewing distance of about 15 was a strain with my 37 LCD This TV fixed the problem AND the 60C9 cost half of what I paid for my 37 a few years ago The only problem that I ve had is that it s hard for me to turn it off and go to bed

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Band : Mitsubishi
Model : WD 73737
Product Features :
- Smooth 120Hz Film Motion eliminates motion artifacts for smooth crisp fast and slow action content
- 6 Color Processor for a wider range of colors brighter colors and whiter whites
- Three HDMI inputs and three Component inputs
- Displays all images at 1080p converts lower resolution signals with Plush 1080p 5G technology
- Energy Star 3 0 Qualified for high energy efficiency

Mitsubishi WD 73737 73 Inch 1080p 120Hz Home Theater DLP HDTV
>> Mitsubishi WD 73737 73 Inch 1080p 120Hz
wow this is one big tv i have a older 60 inch wd 60735 but my new WD 73737 73 Inch with 120Hz it has a lot nicer picture and sound the menu is better and it has a very nice custom picture setting very nice for getting the look just right looks good in standard deff picture the HD is the best wow i love this tv i dident think this 73 inch would look better than the 60 inch but it looks much better very clear mitsubishi makes the best DLP HDTV you can buy and the replacement lamps are very cheap 100 00 i have had my older 60 inch for 2 and a half years and it is on every day all day long i did replace the lamp once but it was covered under the 2year lamp warranty so it was free i never cleaned the lamp filter that was what killed the first lamp now i know you need to clean it once every other month and its very easy to do and all of the new tv s take the same lamp hope this helps someone who might be thinking abought buying one of Mitsubishi s DLP HDTV S
>> Can t get much better than this
When it comes to TVs in the living room bigger is always better so when time came to replace our 61 Samsung DLP I had no idea what my next TV was going to be other than it was going to be bigger and that of course I was going to afford it Mitsubishi s WD 73737 was the easy winner and this is why

SIZE well 73 is bigger than 61 right As far as I know there aren t too many LCD or plasma TVs this big at least not anything that I can afford Our living room is rather large it s really most of our first floor open style architecture so it helps to have a big screen Mitsubishi makes an 82 model but I had also to consider
PRICE we have a clear winner here When it comes to price/size ratio DLP s are by far the least expensive option
ENERGY EFFICIENCY according to my research the WD 73737 burns about 265W when on this includes the 180W lamp By comparison a 70 LCD needs 540 630W to operate
3D CAPABILITY it s a potential plus Mitsubishi does not guarantee that its TV will be compliant with whatever 3D standard is about to emerge but it might

Of course not everything is perfect so here are the potential minuses

LAMP when it comes to cost of ownership we must factor in the DLP s lamp The Mitsubishi manual expects its lamp to last for about one year but our Samsung was still okay after 2 years with the original lamp so we shall see A replacement for this model direct from Mitsubishi is 99 and I will get a free one under warranty if the original needs replacement before one year Given the great energy savings when compared to an LCD TV I am not too worried about having to replace the lamp from time to time
BULK this set is over 90 lbs heavy and over 12 at its thickest Definitely can t hang it on a wall Therefore
STAND you must have one We are using the one that came with the old 61 and all is fine but if you don t have one it should set you back a few more hundred bucks
THE SCREEN nothing wrong with it but when compared with our old Samsung this is just a little more reflective It s not so to the point of being annoying at night if lights are on in the room but sometimes it is noticeable

Since we already had a stand didn t want to hang a 73 TV on the wall and the need to replace the lamp was compensated by its energy savings we went for the WD 73737 without hesitation and we are happy we did


A TV this size would normally be used in a home theater setting and it turns out that s how we use it We have a satellite TV box a PS3 dedicated Blu ray player a 7 1 surround receiver and a Harmony 900 remote The TV comes with LOTS of inputs including 3 HDMI but in our case the setup started with plugging the TV into the power outlet connecting the HDMI cable into one of TV s HDMI ports and since I had the Harmony 900 already configured to handle the TV that was IT we were watching TV within 5 minutes of it coming out of the box

Later own we did some fine tuning but it turns out very little had to be adjusted We made sure that the frame rate was set to 120 fps and for the rest we took the recommended settings from the Tweak TV site and didn t have to change too much from what they recommended We ended up with

Picture Mode Natural
Color Temperature Low
Aspect Ratio Standard
Contrast 55
Brightness 36
Color 31
Tint 31
Sharpness 31
Deep Field Imager Off
Super Resolution Off
Sharp Edge Off
Video Noise Off

The end result is as close to picture prefect as they come

I have nothing to say about the sound it can simulate surround with its own speakers because we are not using it Same when it comes to channel tuning or setting up activities These are fully handled by the satellite receiver and the Harmony remote but all the capabilities are there Same when it comes to the remote which is quite small a nice thing but it may take some getting used to when it comes to the buttons size small and their layout


On an object this size this is an important concern so here s what matters

The screen is only covered for 30 THIRTY days
The picture quality warranty states that Mitsubishi will fix it if you get less than 99 99 of the pixels right In other words you should have at least 9 999 out of 10 000 pixels right On a 2 million pixel screen this means that if you have up to 199 bad pixels Mitsubishi is not obligated to fix your TV
Everything else is covered for one year
The lamp will be replaced free of charge if it needs replacement within the first year
Service is provided in house IF you are withing the coverage of an authorized Mitsubishi center If you re not you will be responsible for taking your TV there so you better check you are inside a Mitsubishi service area


This TV delivers exactly what I wanted and expected a large bright crisp picture that thanks to the 120 fps display has very little blur on fast moving objects The drawbacks need to replace the lamp unorthodox layout on the remote bulk are either counterbalanced by other features or did not matter much in my case Not everyone could live with a TV that s not totally flat or that needs a stand but if the main concerns are picture quality price size and energy consumption this TV is hard to beat

I will grant the WD 73737 5 stars because I own it and I am very happy with it
>> Just the best I ve seen
I have had this now for about two weeks I got it the first Saturday of the Olympics and when I plugged it into the HD cable and it came to life it was just awesome It was like I was there with the skiers coming down the hill I use a receiver for sound so I can t really say how the speakers sound Then I played a blue ray and well can say again awesome If you are thinking about buying this Home Theater machine then do it You will not be sorry I almost forgot playing HD games like MW2 is also awesome