Like it more than my LED
- great picture... and love the extra size.
- like the quality of the picture better then the Pan LED we have... more like a movie... probably because it's projected... still super-sharp, just a little more like a movie
- 18 inch depth a complete non-issue for us... we have the space... not that heavy... easy to move around
- plenty bright... very bright room... lots of windows... no problem (can't tell diff between Pan LED in other room)
It's like a movie theater in your living room
If you are looking for a massive big screen TV, the Mitsubishi WD-92742 will surely meet your expectations. At 92 inches, this is the biggest consumer TV I've ever seen. The picture quality is not too shabby either. You will be amazed at the clarity of the picture. For a rear projection DLP TV, the WD-92742 is actually quite slim. Many people will think it's a flat panel display by just looking at it from the front. This is probably because the edges are very thin.
I bought the Mitsubishi L75-A96 to replace a 73" Mitsubishi and WOW; what a difference. The picture is absolutely out of this world and better than anything else I've seen. Before buying I looked at several brands and was actually looking to go bigger than my 73", but once I saw the laser picture on a A94, it was a no brainer for go with a 75" Laserview TV. I highly recommend it.
Color saturation is also much better than most LCD/LED TVs. Richer colors. Not completely flat - but close enough. Plus the price is much much lower than any flat screen this size (if you can find a flat screen this size, that is). Only Sharp (I believe) makes a flat screen near this big but you can see the individual pixels on that. I know because I checked at Best Buy. Once you get past 55" DLP is the only way to go.
The built in speakers aren't so good, as I expected.
Movies look and feel like you are watching on a good projector/screen combination
The Mitsubishi WD-92840 is without a doubt, one of the most fascinating home theater products I've experienced. In some respects, it is impractical and unforgiving in the wrong environment. It spits in the eye of the rest of the industry at a time when everyone is fighting to see who can make an HDTV as thin as a sheet of paper. It needs its own room with controlled lighting for optimum set-up.
very good picture
The Mitsubishi LT46265 provides Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a very good picture, and excellent sound, but its high price may make you hesitate. The Mitsubishi LT46265 provides Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a very good picture, and excellent sound, but its high price may make you hesitate. The Samsung LN46C650 is a dream come true for budget minded buyers who seek solid image quality in a connected HDTV with advanced features.
If you're a fan of sports or action flicks, you'll want a midsize HDTV that can re-create motion without adding halos of pixels around a fast-moving quarterback or causing buildings to vibrate as the camera swoops past them. The Mitsubishi LT46265 ($2500 as of September 20, 2010) is one such HDTV. In our image quality tests, it earned excellent marks for its handling of motion.
Picture is clear and realistic, creates 3D effect with 2D images
The LaserVue L75-A91 is a high-end HDTV from Mitsubishi. It has some similarities with another Mitsubishi HDTV of the same series, the LaserVue L65-A90, since both share certain features. Both TVs are 3D ready, both have a 1080p resolution, and both have four HDMI ports.
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