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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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im about to drop some crap in this thread if the owners dont lay off the "its amazing! go buy it!" cries!
Go for it. I love hearing reviews from people who don't actually own the TV.
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#32
Mmm tempting, I bought one in the summer from dell with bing cashback and a stacked coupon which got it down to ~$950shipped. I could use one for my media room too, but Ive been eyeing the new version the 92" that was released @ CES last week.
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#33
Yes, but is it edge-lit or back-lit?
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QVC and HSN have been going back and forth with offering the bigger sized DLP's (60-65-73) as their today special values. I find it shameful after watching numerous presentations by all networks and sites selling these large DLP TV's that they never mention once about the fact you have to change the bulbs in these about every 2 years with normal watching..adding another cost of 250-300 bucks every 2 years, nearly doubling the cost of the entire TV purchase just after 4 years.
I agree they have an amazing picture with the size, but these sellers should at least have the guts to be honest upfront with their buyers about additional costly maintenance downroad with these. The thousands that have bought these off of TV are going to be in for a nice big surprise when they realize they will be spending a car payment every 2 years just to keep their overpriced TV watchable.
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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.

Ditto, ditto and ditto. (the ditto hat trick). Awesome PQ. Awesome screen size. This makes for a fun product if you have the room.
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#36
ShopDiscover MAY net you an additional 5% cashback (~$55).

https://www.discovercard.com/card...ue&catId=1

Not sure if Dell CONSUMER is the same as Dell HOME.
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I find it shameful after watching numerous presentations by all networks and sites selling these large DLP TV's that they never mention once about the fact you have to change the bulbs in these about every 2 years with normal watching..adding another cost of 250-300 bucks every 2 years, nearly doubling the cost of the entire TV purchase just after 4 years
You're trying to make a valid point, but you're exaggerating here a little, aren't you?
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#38
I bought the 73C9 nearly 17 months ago for $1300. The PQ for gaming and blu ray in 1080p is stunning. We sit 9 feet away for the THX experience and this tv has been nothing short of spectacular. Still on the original bulb and got the mitsu 3D kit and 3D blu rays are spectacular also! Replacement bulbs are only $99!
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how is dealing with CowBoom? I've never purchased from them

beyond awful
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#40
OMG this is HUGEEEEE. What I'm wondering is if I watch streaming videos from those cheapie free websites all over the internet will this work out. I think the videos play in formats similar to youtube. FLV 640 X 420 is max. Cause at times they look pretty bad already and thats only my little 46" Sony.

So is a TV this size blu ray or don't watch at all?
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Quote from hh81 View Post :
QVC and HSN have been going back and forth with offering the bigger sized DLP's (60-65-73) as their today special values. I find it shameful after watching numerous presentations by all networks and sites selling these large DLP TV's that they never mention once about the fact you have to change the bulbs in these about every 2 years with normal watching..adding another cost of 250-300 bucks every 2 years, nearly doubling the cost of the entire TV purchase just after 4 years.
I agree they have an amazing picture with the size, but these sellers should at least have the guts to be honest upfront with their buyers about additional costly maintenance downroad with these. The thousands that have bought these off of TV are going to be in for a nice big surprise when they realize they will be spending a car payment every 2 years just to keep their overpriced TV watchable.
Big exaggeration. The bulbs cost $99.
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Quote from robmora View Post :
You're trying to make a valid point, but you're exaggerating here a little, aren't you?
Not really exaggerating..this is the truth about DLP's that a lot of people don't like to hear or dont even know about.
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#43
Picked up one for my shed. thanks.
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the fact you have to change the bulbs in these about every 2 years with normal watching..
my experience directly conflicts with your "facts". i just sold a 5 year old dlp, never had to replace the bulb.
also, the bulbs for this mitsubishi sell for $99. way to know what you're talking about.
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#45
Aren't DLP's very str8 forward watchable? In other words, the viewing angles are not that great? I would love to have this, especially this size!
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