Summary: I own this model for about a year and nothing bad happened. Colors are excellent, programming tough and HDMI work as suppose to. Its not really that big and I am waiting for a 120 inch model. I do have 65 inch too and surprized why anybody want small screen.
Summary: This TV is awesome. It is actually a bit too big for the room but it is still very nice. I highly recommend it if you have a large room to put it in. The picture is very clear, the colors are bright, the blacks are dark.
Summary: The Mitsibishi WD-82837 DLP TV is incredible! From the grand size to the terrific picture. I cannot begin to say how pleased I am with this TV. I wasn't sure if the DLP would be a quality picture compared to the LCD, LED or plazma.
Summary: Stunning, Magnificent, Spectacular!!!!!!! This is more than the REAL deal. There are NOT enough words to fully express how impressive this tv truly is. The color is impectable, it will blow you away: vivid, vibrant and amazing. This a dream tv and for anyone that loves tv, the MUST set to have.
Summary: I will start off by saying the TV is HUGE! One of the first things a person should do before buying this TV is make sure they have the room for it in their home. For such a large TV I had fears that the TV would have picture issues but that is not the case.
Summary: Mitsubishi has always excelled in the High quality monitor arena. Only real compettition I see is Samsung; but Samsung does not offer the larger screens. Viva Mitsubishi!!! Now if they would only find a way to manufacter these larger screen units in an L.E.D.
The only really big TV, normal people can afford. It was made for movies.
G. Gray, Amazon
8 May 2010
Summary: I own or have owned several DLPs. I have a 58" Panasonic Plasma, and several smaller LCDs. People don't seem to understand the size TV that is required to see a full 1080P from their viewing distance. I sit 14 feet away from the set. A 65" wasn't big enough, a 72" was not big enough.
Summary: After owning a Sony SXRD 60" rear-projection TV for the past four years, we could never go smaller. After months of researching large LCDs and plasma TVs, I realized I would never match the size of our old TV at a price I could stomach. That is of course unless I went back to rear-projection.
Summary: It's huge. I had purchased a 56" Panny plasma last year. It has an awesome picture and is a fabulous TV. However, with the sound system I have going down there (classic KEF Reference all the way around plus the legendary Alon isobaric sub, driven by the top Marantz HDMI receiver) I found the picture...