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. I bought the lamp from an online retailer for 60 dollars. It's really amazing that it lasted that long. The tv at my home is on at least 6 to 12 hours a day everyday.
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. Yes, the TV has lasted for about 6 years. But I still have a TV that I bought around 1990 that is still going strong.
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. I am about to find out what this will be end up costing.
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... there's resonance that just pierces the ears (and yes i went in the menu and adjusted audio settings but problem still persists) ... its not unbearable, but annoying... i got over this problem and jus got used to it..
Summary: i bought this tv and the matching stand,( Mitsubishi MB-73PB Matching Base for WD-73734/WD-73733) and i couldnt be happier. in all, i cant beleave there selling it at the price they are. i wouldve paid much more. im not sure about the speakers that come with it because i have mine running through Sony DAV-FX900W 5-Disc DVD Dream System (5.1 Channel) also bought from here and its perfect. friends are AMAZED when i tell them how much it was.
Summary: My husband and I bought this high def Mitsubishi 73" tv last October, 2007. We already had a 50" Mitsubishi projection tv that was 13 years old and never needed any repairs. For that reason we only wanted another Mitsubishi. What a fantastic electronic appliance it is. We got the $500 base for free, and with free delivery, free set up by the delivery men, and no tax, it was an amazing deal. Our WD-73733 TV is performing beautifully.
Summary: I searched and shopped for a long time before deciding on the television "investment" I would make. This seemed to be perfect for our home's great-room and I have not been dissapointed in the least. It is the behemoth of excelent technology at a great price. As others have mentioned, the remote controls take some getting used to. Another thing that takes getting used to is the black screen while it adjusts to differnt resolutions.
Summary: I bought this TV as a Christmas present to myself last December, and it has been great ever since the delivery man and I set it up. The picture is extremely clear in 1080i (I haven't upgraded to HDMI cables yet so I'm not running 1080p). I haven't had any problems at all. The fan is a little louder than on my old 42" panasonic TV but what do you expect with such a large set? I don't hear it over my 7.1 channel surround sound - so it is a non-issue.