Summary: i bought this tv and was disappointed ,,,,right after I got it !!!!!!10 months in ,,,it quits ,,,call ,Mitsubishi out they came after a long time,,,,color wheel shot inside tv full of black dust,,,,, pouring out vents....... looked as if had been on fire inside.....called squaretrade they told me not to worry they will take care of it...... sure enough tv starts to go again....
Summary: While searching for her new TV, I had to consider space and price. I felt that a 32" TV would have been too small and since I couldn't find any suitable options in the 35-37" range I started looking at the 40" TVs. #cheap Unfortunately, these were out of her budget probably due to their "smart" options - which she will never use and their 120Hz refresh rates. Also, I needed to keep the overall width of the TV to 35".
Summary: I like RoyalWalter got my 92" at Aaron's. I looked at the Sharpe 80" 240HTZ; but for $2K less I got a significantly bigger screen. I got mine For $2900 stand, tax and delivery included! I knew when Mitsubishi announced they would stop making these sets, they would both drop in price and disappear quick, which they did. I checked out every TV 80" and bigger for my home theater room, including several front projectors. Not only is the picture fantastic, both 2D and 3D.
Summary: Ive always been looking for the next best thing for TV's in my home. Ive owned many different sizes and styles of TV.. I bought projectors and flat screens, LCD and then this monster. I actually went in to buy the 70" version and after seeing this and for the little amount more it was totally with it. What got me was I bought a 47" TV years ago and thought it was the best thing ever (720P)..
Very limitted support for audio out for surround sound.
T. Brown, Amazon
28 August 2013
Summary: With a tv this size you would expect an owner to automatically bypass the tv speakers in favor of a surround system. However, you an only use an Optical output if you want to do so. Even cheaper televisions have a standard rca audio plug output for audio ... Not this one though.
Summary: We have owned since 2/11. I will not give it a 5 because some channels are grainy sometimes, a tiny black spec appeared on the middle of the screen shortly after receiving, the adapter is not included and I was not told this (found out via research prior to purchasing). I purchased from shopnbc and it included 4 pairs of 3d glasses, a blu ray player and a stand; tv is no longer available. I love the large picture and 99% of the channels/movies we watch.
Summary: When looking at these TVs I looked at all reviews I could find. The TV it self is fantastic! I am a hockey fan and the ice looks good enough to make enveryone in the room feel cold while watching it. I have had no problems with the TV, knock on wood, and would recommend it to anyone who wants the screen size without breaking the bank on competitor TVs. 2 Suggestions: 1. Get straps to ensure this TV doesn't fall over on your kids.
Summary: I wouldn't really consider myself an audio visual snob, but I definitely take time to do my research before buying most AV equipment (I'll admit, I've purchase some speakers/subs off of Craigslist, sight unseen or heard, for that matter). I'm glad I pulled the trigger on this TV when I did as the price went up $200 the day after I bought this set from Paul's TV. (I paid $1799 - shipped). The picture is stunning, and big....really big.