Summary: I have been using this TV daily for the past 5 years and it is still running strong. Picture quality could be better. It is now beginning to overheat a bit, but that's to be expected with DLP tvs. My family and I love the TV!
Summary: Got this about 2 years ago and it's still running strong. As I read in other reviews, it's definitly better if you attach an external speaker system to it (I use a KLH, 2 thin side speakers and a sub underneath the TV), but the sound on it's own is pretty good... you just cant turn it up too high or it wont sound good. Again, none of this matters when you use external speakers--the quality is great and pretty darn durable.
Summary: Mitsubishi WD-60638 60-Inch 1080p 3D-Ready DLP HDTV - This is my 5th purchase of a Mitsubishi dlp TV in the past 15 years. The TV depth when compared to an LCD on a stand is very similar. The LCD, LED or plasma gain the depth advantage when wall mounted. Picture quality is excellent in this TV as well as my previous purchases.
At this price, there is no better television to be had.
Keefer Milton "Keefer Milton", Amazon
2 January 2011
Summary: Excellent picture and contrast. The blacks are deep and the colors are vibrant. Lost one star on the review due to tinny speakers (expected) and lack of a vga or toslink plug. The television is MUCH lighter than I'd anticipated which is nice because since it is not wall mountable, I was concerned it would leave divots in my entertainment console. It's been sitting on the piece of furniture in question for about 4 months now without any indentions to speak of.
Summary: I purchased this HDTV as a present for our family for Christmas. I am finally breaking down because all of my friends have their HDTV's and this technology has been out for a while now and there are few bugs remaining. I saw that it was spectacularly priced on Thanksgiving Day. It took a little bit for delivery but, that is okay. I just wanted it here in one piece and functional. I turned it on and... WOW !!!!!!!! What a picture!!!
Summary: Shipping; I got this TV for an awesome price from Circuit City, through Amazon. Although shipping was included, Circuit City screwed it up. All I had was a tracking number and a probable ship date. No idea who was shipping it, I had to research myself. After it sat in a terminal for 5 days, I figured out who had it, and had to hear that I wad suppose to call them to deliver it, even though I was never informed who had it. . . .
Great value for 60" - if you're sitting in the right place
10 December 2010
Summary: For $599 (including shipping and tax and help setting up) this was an unbelievable value. At a thousand bucks (which is the current price at this writing), not so much. The viewing angle is fairly critical - not too high, not too low and definitely not too far off vertical axis. Features are basic. But the picture is excellent and for basic big screen viewing, it's a good deal at the right price.
Summary: I have seen Mitsubishi TV's advertised for several years and finally decided it was time to upgrade my 32" Vizio (which I still have and is great but just too small now). I received this 60" model today and am pleasantly surprised. I was able to unpack the box and set it up by myself; it only weighs about 60 lbs. This TV is HUGE and doesn't take up much space. I live in a studio apartment and thought a 60" would be overwhelming; it isn't at all.
Summary: I just got my 60 inch Mitsubishi today! Delivery was good, no problems. The TV is light. It only weighs 60 lbs out of the box. The TV is good... Not great, but good. My PS3 Blu Ray looks good after some tweaking. I have HDMI running from both my computer and my PS3, so I still have one HDMI input left not being used. I got this TV for $700 with tax and shipping, and for that price you really can't beat it. The TV is HUGE.