Junk burn out a light every year $80 white dot ...
4 January 2015
Summary: Junk burn out a light every year $80 white dot issue google it. Now I have a dark shadow across the top 12 inches of the screen I paid $1,800+ for this piece of junk TV make sure you google MITSUBISHI TV problems I will never buy from this company again.
Summary: I bought mine brand new for ab 4k. Six months into owning it, the screen goes completely out! I spend 180.00 to bring to shop only to find out it just needed an update. When I get it back, the screen is barely visible on the brightest setting. I have to watch it in complete darkness.
Summary: I've had this high quality 73 inch Mitsubishi DLP for almost 8 years. I replaced the lamp after 6 years when I noticed the picture was dimmer. Mitsubishi made the replacing of the lamp very easy, loosen a few screws and unplug the old one and slide in the new one, done.
Summary: I have loved this TV since I bought it, back around 2007 I believe. However, now some of the mirrors are getting stuck and it causes bright white dots or black dots all over the screen - and it is getting worse every day. Apparently the repair is to have the DLP engine replaced for about $350.
Summary: Little information on troubleshooting the fast green light. No picture and TV shuts itself off. It does not appear to be the lamp. No software available on Mitsubishi's site for this model 73733 to see if this will fix the issue. Web searches indicate a likely capacitor problem.
Summary: i received this TV as a gift from a roommate... he purchased this new at Fry's electronics, we purchased it for the size and the nice image it produced... however, shortly after bringing it home and setting it up, i noticed the sound quality was horrible...
Summary: This TV is incredible! My neighbors watch my TV from their house! I cannot think of any cons with this TV. NONE!!! Sure the speakers aren't Bose quality, but they did fine until I upgraded to the surround sound, but hey, who buys one of these and does not upgrade the sound? A deal and a half.
Summary: I just bought this TV after a lot of research. I saw a floor model at a local superstore for about $700 more than the Amazon price - and they didn't sell the matching base. I ordered the set on a Tuesday and it was delivered the following Saturday - five days early! How often does that happen?