Summary: Man is this thing bright. Hangs on wall next to pool table on a wall mount so we can swing out and catch the games, play pool and have a cold one with friends and family. Speaker bar on bottom has a string of 12? Or more speakers that keep the room alive. You can turn it up so loud that no one can speak, sometimes a good thing when your a Cardinal fan. Fast 240Hz so n blur and an A+ superior picture still after two years.
Summary: Great tv if you don't mind buying a new one in less that two years. Lousy one year limited warranty. Update: have to reset the picture now and then, but all in all a good tv with great sound from its 18 speakers.
AMAZING Picture w/ Handy Internet Apps and bluetooth connection
kpmull "Treehouse Builder", Amazon
9 January 2012
Summary: My girlfriend bought this TV last year for less than $1000 @ RC Willey. It was on clearance from $2200. We asked why the deep discount and the salesman said because it was a discontinued model. This was the ONLY TV we found at the time that had a 240Hz processor for less than $1200. The Picture is AMAZING. Sound is good too. The 240hz processor really bumps up the clarity of this TV. Since we don't have cable I really like the internet apps.
Summary: I have read all the reviews on this product plus some... Know what your buying before you purchase it. I have tracked this product for over a year and finally purchased one since they don't make them anymore and there are only a few left out there to purchase. The initial set-up even with everything I read was difficult but that was more me than the product.
Mitsubishi Diamond Series LT-46265 46 inch Led 240hz
24 October 2011
Summary: Ok...so I turned the tv on..and was overly impressed with the sound and picture quality. The internet is very nice and seems to be just as user friendly I found in comparison to most smart tvs. I didnt care about 3d tvs my focus was on clarity and picture quality primarily which is why i opted for the 240hz led...The picture quality is also superb...I've owned Mitsubishi Televisions for the last 10 yrs...
Summary: We received our first Mitsubishi LT-46265 Unison TV earlier in the spring this year. It had a bad digital board right out of the box and had to be returned. An exchange for an identical set was initiated and we have had that TV since early May. After putting the set through a full setup procedure, the image produced is quite stunning. Sound is good, but not as good as from our 35" Mitsubishi CRT set that we replaced after some 15 years of problem-free service.
Don't buy it. The sound system failed in just over a year.
No Mitsubishi anymore, Amazon
5 June 2011
Summary: Brought this Mitsubishi 46151 TV in Dec. 2009. Just last month the sound system suddenly doesn't work any more. The one year warranty just expired so I have to pay someone to fix the problem. Extremely disappointed. For all the reasons I choose this TV was because its surround sound system build in with the TV and now it failed on me! One other annoying thing is when switching channels, it will take more than 3 seconds to display the channel.
Summary: One reviewer wrote he tweaked and he tweaked some more but could never get that perfect picture. I will admit, it took me a little while at first, from the factory settings which are really designed to blast the brightest screen possible on a showroom floor, to find that awesome sweet spot. But we did, and wow. The secret is you have to reduce the backlighting to almost a half, and then play with the sharpness, brightness and contrast.
Summary: I'm not sure what the other reviewers are talking about. I have been so pleased with my new TV. The sound is amazing - (must get the sub-woofer though) and the picture is Awesome. I replaced a Panasonic Plasma and there is no contest - the Mitsubishi wins hand down.
Summary: Beautiful screen. If I could just get the intermittent vertical bars from flashing on my screen, would be great. WiFi is a joke. No matter what I do, I cannot get it to connect with my 3 wireless routers on any setting. Product support is a joke. At this price point, Mitsubishi blew it. Who wants to spend hours on the phone with a call center support idiot that can't do anything other than repeat what is in the very poor users manual? For example.