Summary: I purchased this TV about 2 years ago. I wanted to wait to write my review until after I used the tv for awhile. So far so good. This 65" is fantastic in the family room. After 2 years of almost daily viewing I've had no problems. Picture is nice. I would recommend this tv to a friend.
Summary: I own two of these and think they have the best picture I have ever seen. This set has it all except sound which is terrible. You'd better buy a supplemental sound system for full enjoyment. The price is fantastic and delivery was perfect. In my opinion, it is an exceptional value. You will be pleased.
Summary: In short note the Mitsubishi WD-65835 is a very nice addition to my families entertainment room. The discount price offered at Amazon makes this set the one to beat. The picture is absolutely large the definition is stunning and the piano black frame makes the set look great even when it's turned off. HD cable picture quality looks amazing especially for such a big screen, even when compared to my 40" LCD.
Summary: I just got a WD65837 to replace an old 50" Samsung DLP who's color wheel started screaming to be put out of it's misery. I was originally going to get a WD60737 (after I had decided on another DLP set), until I learned it did not have the PerfectTint feature (which allows finite adjustment of each of the 6 colors the set uses). So for a minimal increase in price I went with the larger, more feature rich 837 line.
1080p 120hz yes. PC/Gaming - 60Hz, not 1080p Research overscan
M. Paulsen "Tech guy", Amazon
24 July 2009
Summary: The display is nice overall - it has overscan of around 5-10% which for videophiles that are tech savvy and want to use 1080p content - blue ray, etc, pc, xbox, then consider the tradeoffs. For those that don't know what overscan is... Overscan is when the projector throws the image over the edges of the display to make a sharp edge (non-wavy) around the display. In 1080p mode, this means you are not seeing the entire image. 1080p is more like 1000p.
Summary: I just purchased this TV to replace a 56" first generation, HD-ready rear projection TV from Toshiba. It took some convincing to get my better half to agree to replace a working TV - especially since it was already a 1080i set - but now that we have the new set she's as blown away by the picture as I am. Right out of the box, the picture is stunning. After it's properly set up, it's darned near reference quality.
Summary: i've owned severaly Mits DLP tv's including the WD-65100 (a $15k retail model that they no longer sell) that i'm replacing with this new model. Understanding that this is now the top Mits series (Diamond), i expected a lot from this tv. let's start with the picture. it's fantastic. i don't pay for any HD broadcasts via cable but all of my local stations now broadcast in hi-def and the picture in amazing. i can't complain about that.
Summary: The Mitsubishi WD-65835 is a wonderful tv if you want size for less money and quality above those you would pay more money for. In other words..... This is the best TV for buck HANDS DOWN! The picture is simply awesome on HD content such as HDTV (Cable, Sattalite, Blu-Ray...etc.). The colors right out-of-the-box is pretty close to right on (to most people I am guessing this would not be an issue).
Summary: At low to mid volumes, the speakers buzz/vibrate. Mitsubishi is unable to do something about it after 3 months and they do not stand behind their warranty policy. Buy it only if you can accept it "as is" and deal with the service issues out of pocket. Absolutely astonishing they can get away with what they do.