Summary: I have waited to review this product for a while. This is probably the best TV we have had in our house. I did a lot of research before I bought this brand and model. Would recommend the you find a dealer that has several top line TV's to look at, take the time and go and compare.The Diamond series is far superior to other brands
Summary: Quality difference VS anything we veiwed. Had mine calibrated, tech. said brand was better than most out of the box, but after WOW. HD will make you a believer. Three months later still impressed VS new LCD sets. Have High end Sony also, this is better picture. This is the smallest frame 52" available at purchase.
Summary: This was the first time we have bought something this large on line. My son researched it and thought it to be a good purchase. We had him order it, with fear and trepidation. It arrived within 10 days and was very easy to hook up. The picture is great and even brought a rave from the cable guy when he was there installing a new outlet.
Summary: I had Sharps best 46 inch 1080- the D 96 series. I wanted to go larger and only had a 49 inch space slot to work with. Narrowed it down to the Pioneer Plasma Kuro 50 inch and the Mitsubishi 52 inch LCD. The fellow in our town that does my installation of all my AV gear said these were the 2 best. Drove to a larger city to a place that had both on display. The picture on both was unreal.
Summary: So my wife and I fianlly made the leap into HDTV after years of waiting on the sidelines. Did the usual extensive research and narrowed to a few of the highly-rated brands (Pioneer Elite, Samsung, Sony) but because we wanted the biggest possible screen size in the lift-mechanism bookcase we'd purcahse to hide the TV when not in use - we were drawn to Mitsibishi for their incredibly small bezel edge (max picture for the size of the TV box).
Summary: Before making this purchase, I did a lot of online research, and looked at countless different brands and models in stores. In most stores my reaction to the sets on display was something like "yeah, big picture, looks nice". When I first saw the Mitsubishi Diamond Vision sets, both 46- and 52-inch models made an instant impression. These were the pictures I was looking for all along, and are markedly better than the others I'd seen.
Summary: Mitsubishi Diamond Series LT-52246 52-Inch 1080p LCD Flat Panel HDTV (Pearl Black) Mistubishi must have upset the HDTV world because it's next to impossible to find a review on this TV, or any Mitsu LCD for that matter. However, if you are in the market, please, do yourself a favor and check these out. I looked at the 2009 Samsung (rated the best) and a 2009 Sony and they both looked good, however, the picture doesn't make you say WOW!
Summary: I was very disappointed in Consumer Reports for not including this 52 inch LCD TV in their recently published review, because it beats all of those they listed. I absolutely love this TV. It has no negatives. I did a lot of shopping and comparing before buying this TV at the end of December. I had to pay a premium price in Alaska from a Mitsubishi dealer, but then I got free delivery and set-up and have local support and service (IF ever needed).
Summary: Wow, what color, what sound, this TV has it all. I spent a lot of time researching TVs as I am a geek when it come to getting the best. This TV surpasses my every wish. It is simply beautiful, the colors are so vivid they pop out at you, the screen is dull (vs shinny)so that it does not reflect back to the viewer, the blacks are black, it is just the best I have ever seen. Watching NFL or college football in HD is stunning.
Mitsubishi Diamond - the best LCD you never knew about !!!
23 June 2009
Summary: For 2008-9, this is Mitsubishi's top model, and the quality shows through. You can only get better if you spend 2 times more for the new LED backlit models. This TV has a 16 bit processor with a 10 bit color panel, the picture is gorgeous. Most other LCDs talk about contrast ratios and black levels. Those don't matter if the TV puts out a pixelated, washed out or dark picture, with uneven backlighting and a limited 8 bit color panel (99% of what's out there).