Summary: Just wait until you own this tv for 3 years. We bought this tv in sept 2007 and we have white dots all over the screen. If you look this problem up on the internet you will see 1000's of complaints about the same thing! The light engine goes bad after about 3 years. The cost to replace is over $900. Mitsubishi knows about this problem and have done nothing for their customers. A tv should last longer than 3 years.
Summary: I've had my WD-65734 for three years and it was great. I did everything by the book (using surge protectors, battery backup, and lamp preservation techniques) but apparently the capacitors that mitsubishi uses are junk and they have failed. Now I have a 65" black screen that won't turn on and just blinks the initialization light at me.
Summary: We have had this television for a couple of years now and can only complain about the light that has been replaced twice so far. This $100 plus part is easy to replace but why do they seem to be such a weak link in this otherwise high quality TV? Picture quality is excellent and colors are bright and brilliant. Just hope the bulb will last longer this time. At least there is only one to worry about replacing.
Summary: I'm completely happy with this purchase. The picture is absolutely stunning and incredible. I dont know how some of these peeps hear the "noise" cause I have never heard it. Most of my friends have Plasmas or LCD's and they love mine better. Remember this TV has 2 MILLION pixels. NOTHING on the market comes close, and for the money and size of the screen, you cant beat it. I purchased an extended warranty so I am covered. LOVE THIS TV!!
Summary: We've been really trying to buy a large-screen TV for 3-4-years but anything that had a good picture was hideously expensive and anything that was affordable had a serious drawback. We finally got one, and it's the Mitsubishi WD65734, a DLP, thin-frame, 65-inch, 1080p TV. We looked at TV pictures over and over and over again in stores, read user reviews, and this one looked great but some people complained of the projection bulb burning out frequently (they are supposed...
Summary: I'm not a techno guy, but here's my assessment from a normal beer-drinking sports watcher... This set was supposed to have fan noise as one if it's biggest drawbacks. I don't hear anything. My only complaint is the built-in speakers are really bad. If you don't have a home theater system, you may want to check the sound on some of the others. The picture is better than I could have imagined.
Summary: i am very happy with this tv for a few reasons. one, the price was fantastic. on a $ per inch basis...i dont think you can get any better. two, the shipping was fantastic. i live in alaska, so thats ALWAYS a concern...and i happened to come across a free shipping deal. the free shipping got the TV to seattle, but i still had to have it shipped by barge up to alaska.
Summary: I got this TV as a replacement for my 6 year old 65" hi-def Mitsubishi Medallion series. The difference is amazing. Brilliant colors, excellent picture, light weight, and thin. If it weren't for the large dimensions, I could have carried it myself. I don't use the IR NetCommand because the remote was already compatible with my devices (Motorolla cable box, Onkyo AVR). I did have some issues with the coaxial audio output from the TV to my AVR.
Summary: It is a new technology; the colors are very intense giving beautiful images. When you turn the set on, you have to be very patient and wait for a long minute; afterwards, when the tv set is working you can switch channels as any other TV set. The 65 diagonal inches makes a real movie at home.There are so many added values (related to the plasmas and LCD in the market) for a very low price.