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Mitsubishi 73-inch WD-73C10 3D Ready DLP TV $1099.99 / 65" WD-65C10 $799.99

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Dell Home [dell.com] has the Mitsubishi WD-73C10 DLP TV on sale for $1099.99 with free shipping. The going price has been $1,199.99 for the past few months. This matches their Black Friday price.

If you have a big room, this is a sweet deal for a great TV.

If you are interested in a slightly smaller model, the 65" Mitsubishi [dell.com] is on sale for $799.99 with free shipping

Let the DLP vs Plasma/LCD/LED wars begin.

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this is a solid tv. I have one and love it!
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Quote from sean1280 View Post :
Only takes about an hour to get used to. Now, I can't watch TV on anything smaller. One of the better purchases I have ever made. Don't let the LCD/Plasma honks change your minds, people. Read the reviews.
Can't beat the price for the size on these DLP sets. The 2 biggest issues I have are replacing the lamp every few years, and unless you sit pretty close to center, both in terms of height and width, you don't get the brightest, clearest picture with DLP. They are also very lightweight considering their size. Would be great for a theater/media room.
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This is more than 3-D. it is 3-D ready!

I heard this on the HSN and they are selling 65 inch version for $1300 and over 2000 were sold.
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I got the 60" version for my dad for Xmas to replace his aging standard def tube TV. I was really worried that it would not be that great, but I got it for a great price. Anyway, when it was all set up and I got to look at it, I have to say that it was the right choice. I thought the viewing angles would be poor. Not the case at all. If you are standing and walk up to the TV, you will see it darken, but sitting anywhere around the family room, or standing more than a few feet from the TV, and it looks great. Awesome picture. I have LCDs at home, and never wanted to mess with DLP. But for the price, this is a good deal.
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Just ordered 2 for the guest restroom
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Quote from sean1280 View Post :
Only takes about an hour to get used to. Now, I can't watch TV on anything smaller. One of the better purchases I have ever made. Don't let the LCD/Plasma honks change your minds, people. Read the reviews.
I got a 60 sony dlp from 4-5 years ago, always wanted this 73 incher, just waiting for the sony to crap out, because I got used to a big tv, had to buy a 52 incher for the bedroom, wife wanted a 55 for the bedroom since she dont see any difference with the 52 versus the 47, should have listened to her,
I guess once you go to a 73 incher, watching movies on anything smaller might not be as enjoyable
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Quote from sean1280 View Post :
Only takes about an hour to get used to. Now, I can't watch TV on anything smaller. One of the better purchases I have ever made. Don't let the LCD/Plasma honks change your minds, people. Read the reviews.
I completely agree i have th Samsung 61 inch and i thought it would be to big for my house now i wish i had gotten the 73". But i am yet to see a tv with that much better picture than my dslr, now dont get me wrong its not a 4000 dollar sony but if I ever need a new tv i will stick to dslr, plus the 3d is the shiiiiiit
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i have the 82", everyone thought i was nuts getting one so big until they saw a football game on it. size matters
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I bought this in august. first tv came was broken. Dell does not use fedex to delivery but another company. Had to go thru the hassle of returning it to dell and getting another one. Second came working. Phenomenal picture - well worth the bang for the buck. This TV broke 3 months after i bought it but it was under warranty. The main board went. Trust me if you think this set is too big you are wrong. Knowing what i know now, get an extended warranty. You are not going to get a better tv for the money. Colors are brilliant, sound is good, easy to change settings. Google optimal settings for this TV.
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Quote from sean1280 View Post :
Only takes about an hour to get used to. Now, I can't watch TV on anything smaller. One of the better purchases I have ever made. Don't let the LCD/Plasma honks change your minds, people. Read the reviews.
I second this exactly as he said it ^^^. I have the 73" also.This is actually cheaper than I paid just under a year ago. Do it, people, do it. Love this tv!
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Bought a 65" Mitz DLP from Dell in July 2010, bulb just went out. (the green power led light on the front turned red) Mitz has replaced it but if figuring a bulb every 6 mos into the equation out of warranty and the cost of owne3rship rises dramatically. Yes, you have basically a new picture every 6 months but I didn't realize it would go out that soon. The bulb life depends on temperature, brightness settings, dust etc. Suppose to last 4000 hrs. Do the math 8hrs a dau 365 days a year is roughly 3000 hrs. also, I set my TV up with Spyder Calibration which reduced the default brightness. If temp changes in your room or brightness is set high you'd be lucky to get a year. I am rethinking my purchase. Don't know if its a Mitz problem or a DLP problem. The picture is great while it is running. Just my opinion.

Also, square trade doesn't cover bulbs under their warranty. I called just to see
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i've been eyeing this TV for about 6 months now. I want it so bad lol.

concerns: 1) it's big enough where I think it will dominate my living room. 2) i've got a 50" 720p plasma, do I really need to drop $1100 on another TV? of course not, but I WANT IT Smilie
My other tv is a 50"plasma too and this 73" 1080p DLP blows it away.
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#28
had this for about 6 months, great tv. got it for $876.75 after the famous 25% bing CB day. use an american express card for an extra year warranty.
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im about to drop some crap in this thread if the owners dont lay off the "its amazing! go buy it!" cries!
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The one from Cowboom is back online. There is only one left it cost $800 + $199 S&H and any taxes.
http://www.cowboom.com/product/715696

It's the WD-73C9.

When it was sold out, it might have been because when I was checking how much the shipping would be and about the taxes.
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