Reviews and Problems with Mitsubishi LaserVue L75-A91
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No support for laservues
R. Gould "kbaybob", Amazon
9 April 2014
Summary: I purchased an L75-A91 in October of 2010. It was great for a couple of years, and then it started getting dimmer and dimmer. By September of 2013 the picture was essentially unviewable even with all the brightness controls and settings at maximum brightness. NO PART AVAILABLE! Mitsubishi knew what was wrong, but they no longer carry or make the required part (never told me what it was), and they finally gave me a financial settlement and took it back.
WARNING !!: Mitsubishi LaserVue L75-A91 Television
Charles R. Russell Jr. "crrussell", Amazon
17 December 2013
Summary: DO NOT buy this TV from anyone !!! Mitsubishi no longer makes TVs or replacement parts. This means that if your Mitsubishi TV craters for any reason, you are up the proverbial creek and your $3,000+ investment is now a gold-plated boat anchor !! I bought my boat anchor in June 2011. Overall, I was quite pleased with it. Now, 30 months later, the picture is dim, colors change from muted blues to muted warm colors every few seconds.
Summary: Do not buy this television! I bought one in late 2010. For the first two years it was great, although compared to newer TV's the picture was never very bright, DLP. Now, less than three years later the picture has gotten so dark and the color is screwed up. Sears is the only authorized service outlet and they have never worked on them. I had to download the service manual for the technician! The parts are not being made any more.
Summary: Great picture on all sources including standard definition and high definition. Plays laserdisc, vhs, dvd, and black and white movies from the 1930s' by Turner Classic Movies as well as Blue Ray and other 1080 material. A spectacular television. Mitsubishi made a big mistake in discontinuing it.
Summary: 2011 A91 laser light engine went out I have extended warranty said they would get it fixed mitsu said no part available square trade said they would give me money for my tv I said cool then on the same day mitsu called and said they would release the part to me? like it was in a secret vault somewhere so now im waiting again love the tv when it works but now im worried about future problems and parts since mitsu doesn't make tvs anymore
Summary: I HAVE THE A91 AND NOW AWAITING MY SECOND SERVICE VISIT TO AGAIN REPLACE THE LIGHT ENGINE AND NOW THE VIDEO BOARD. MITS NO LONGER MAKES THESE TV'S AND AFTER NUMEROUS COMPLAINTS MITS OFFERED ME EITHER TO FIX IT OR $1,500 -- THE TV IS 2 YEARS OLD AND WITH 5K INVESTED I WENT FOR THE FIX. THEY COULD NOT REPLACE THE TV, EVEN WITH A LATER MODEL, SINCE THEY DO NOT MAKE THEM ANY LONGER.
Summary: just got the L75-A94,Ive had it for two weeks.I found a refurbished model right here on Amizon for 2499.00...Looks awesome,and i havent had it calibrated yet.When i called a callibrator to set up an appt,he got all excited,he loves these TVs,and couldnt believe that i got it for this price
Summary: This TV is by far the best one I've ever owned. The colors are bright and clear. My friends who own lcd-led tv's like it better than theirs.The only worry is durability. The last two TV's I Have owned where MItsubishi and only lasted five and three years. They where Light bulb DLP and not Laser. Only time will tell.
Summary: I am writing this review although I purchased directly through Walt's TV as I live in Arizona and was able to visit the showroom. I have had three previous HD TV's starting with ta 60" 4:3 in 2001 (floor model) that could not be repaired so the retailer upgraded me to a projection 65" 16:9 in 2003. Moved in 2006 so sold that baby and got a Mitsubishi 65" DLP in 2006 but always thought the room needed a bigger TV.