Summary: The size is just right for my living room. The clear picture is nice and I haven't used the 3D part yet since my TV carrier doesn't have one program in 3D. I'd recommend this to anyone. I watch in HD.
Summary: I purchased this mitsubshi wd- 73724 73-ich dlp hd tv at a great price with shipping cost included, the delivery is fast and the customers service is great. I would recommend this tv to my family and friends. Thanks for a great tv.
Summary: Was very impressed with this TV. Also shocked at how light in weight it was. Picture quality is Great; An has a few features that can be turned On or Adjusted to your liking. The only things I do not like about the TV are: Has no screen protector, No front inputs, and No picture in picture feature. Overall, a Good TV for a Great price.
Summary: Ive had this 73 for a few months now, picture is incredible, 3D is a nice feature, sound is good. However I have a few issues with it. After only a couple months its making that really annoying ringing sound that I used to get on a really old tube tv that you would have to tap the side of it to get it to make it stop.. Also it makes a strange screaching noise when powering on. It also occasionally shuts off on its own, this has only happened a handful of times so far.
Great for games and movies, not so great for computers
3 March 2013
Summary: I waited to review this TV until I had my first major problem with it. My review is based on several factors; features, quality, ease of use, ease of setup, Mitsubishi's warranty, and the repair service. First of all, let me share my setup so people can understand my usage and experience. I have my gaming computer, ps3, xbox 360, and onkyo 7.1 surround sound system hooked up to it. I use the TV for 5 to 15 hours a day, depending on whether it is a weekday or weekend.
Summary: We love this TV. The picture quality is great as is the sound. We haven't tried out the 3D capabilities but hope to soon. The only problem we are having is connecting to any application such as Amazon Prime videos but it is more a technical user issue then product problem.