Summary: I have been waiting to replace my older pioneer CRT big screen, when I initially started shopping for a new TV. I researched all of the options with LCD, Plasma, DLP, and front projector's. My heart was set on a nice DLP front projector, but my lighting conditions in the living room would not have been ideal. LCD blacks just weren't dark enough.
Summary: I just love the DLP HDTV. I just got some basic cable for now but have high def dvd's and it is excellent. I have just moved and my home is full of boxes so I have to sit within 3 feet of the TV and it comes in great even this close. One thing of great importance to mention about the purchase is about delivery. The TV was delivered by an outside company who hired independent contractors to deliver the TV.
Summary: before i bought this set i owned a 58inch hitachi ultravision for 6yrs.i loved the picture on that set.i didn't think i would ever find a set with such a great picture again, but i was wrong! i needed to get a slimmer tv because of room constraints so i started shopping. i looked at everything except Mitsubishi(i always thought they were overpriced). then one day i found a great sale going on at one of the big local dealers.
Summary: I researched several tv's including the JVC lcos models, the Samsung's, LCD's and Plasma's. I read all the reviews both professional and user. I agonized over details wondering if I was making the 'right' decision. Well, it was the right decision. It was the best screen size for the buck and it exceeded my expectations. My only real comparison is a first-gen Visio 32" 1080i model. This Mitsubishi blows that away.
Summary: I Own the 60'' Mitsubishi Model DLP TV. If you are having problems with seeing the rainbow effect. These models have video noise reduction which is suppose to clear up background noise. I found if you turn it to off or low the Rainbow effect is gone. This Tv is amazing and very clear when hooked up to Blu-ray or HD DVDs. This option works on my DLP as for other DLP tv's I would not know.
Summary: I read review after review about my Mitsubishi 65-inch HDTV before I swiped my credit card to the tune of $1,400 and I must say the previous reviewers didn't mislead me about this TV. If you don't plan on subscribing to an HD service through Direct TV or your local cable provider, don't bother purchasing this tube. On the other hand, if that's the only reason you're looking to purchase it, do it ... NOW ... before your local Best Buy or other electronics store runs out.
Summary: We are still in awe of this TV! Price was vastly superior to plasma or LCD, and while not super flat, they have the depth of these WAY down from the past. Hook up to home theater system and be prepared to feel as if you are looking through a plane of glass - in a movie theater. Just an incredible value for the money.
Summary: I got this tv on feb 13 2009 and i have to tell you that i was shocked at how great the picture in high def and blu ray are, sharp, crisp , bright and outstanding color , standard def is not bad either, but this tv really shines with high def sources, the viewing angles from the sides are not at all bad sense this is the NEW style of REAR PROJECTION TELIVISION, this is a whole new game.
Summary: Looks great, sounds okay but audio is about average. Needs a sound system for truly great experience. My model did not have the full features that come with most Mitsubishi Models like the netcommand(or whatever it's called) that controls other devices. didn't know I didn't have it until I tried to set it up. The connection is there, but it's not in the menu and does not function. Just make sure you get the correct model you are looking for.