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FYI, this TV will need white glove delivery as its 92'' which newegg charge $169. I preferred it because you can inspected it and get it installed in the room of your choice.
Last edited by jkalsaria; 06-26-2012 at 11:08 AM..
Thanks for making my point audio.. Don't miss the Ipod vs Android and Mac vs PC discussion four threads down!
Unfortunately, you're so stuck on not liking DLPs, you miss the point that each product has it's benefits and drawbacks. If you have the room, wall space and custom cabinets, DLPs can be amazing. Of course, I'm biased, as I have a Laserview as my primary, which blows most LCD/Plasma out of the water and has very few of the typical DLP drawbacks outside of size.
I also have many rooms in which LCDs make much more sense, and I wouldn't be able to hide a mamoth TV in a surround cabinet. I'm just curious why you feel the need to bash a product that is very good, especially at the price point? I'm sure you are correct that 92" may be too large for 1080p, but can't say as I haven't seen one in person.
When LCDs are at the same pricepoint for the size, they'll definitely be the way to go for most. Projectors are great too, but for my own setup, I didn't want a drop down screen to interfere with my built-in cabinets in the basement theater.
Last edited by BlueLightSpcial; 06-26-2012 at 07:20 AM..
--1080p isn't good enough for a 92" size TV, since many people say 720p is not good enough on 42" or 50" size TV's. this is all based on viewing distance. if you're at the proper viewing distance, you'll never know the difference. fwiw, viewing distance is 10.3ft (THX recommended).
-- DLP still suffers from weird shadowing at certain angles I have a WD-65833, one of the first Mitsu Diamond DLPs out, and have never once seen this issue.
--DLP's still suffer from poor horizontal and vertical viewing angles Yeah, viewing angles aren't on par with LCD/Plasma for sure. But you know where i sit when i'm watching a movie? yeah... in front of my tv
--rainbow effect I have a WD-65833, one of the first Mitsu Diamond DLPs out, and have never once seen this issue.
--due to 97%+ of all TV's sold are NOT DLP and the prices of large LCD/Plasma tv's are coming down, they will become extinct very soon and? personally i prefer the black levels of my DLP to any LCD i've seen. i also have a 42'' Plasma in the bedroom on the wall (convenience), i prefer the DLP picture.
really wish i had the room for this... it would be an amazing tv.
ROFL... tp4tissue "Gaming is gonna shift back to pc, due to steam type services,, AND not to mention really CHEAP hardware that's at least 4 times faster than xbox "
LULZ zxcvb "This does not have a regular VGA connection. This will work with only HP monitors.
I have a 55" 480hz LED Vizio in my bedroom, 70" LED Sharp as my main, and a 73" Mistsubisi DLP as my man cave tv. I can easily say my Vizio has the best picture by far of the 3. There is very little difference between the picture on my Sharp and Mitsubishi, but I still perfer to do all my sports/games on the bigger screen. Also my Mitsu has much better black levels than my Sharp. When adjusted properly, it is still a really great picture. For half the price as the Sharp, my Mitsu is a great choice if you have the room for it.
Also I still have never understood the constant people complaining about poor viewing angle. Are all these people trying to watch TV while in the bathroom taking a dump? I have to admit, everytime I am watching a movie or game, I am sitting in front of the TV. This really is not an issue.
I have had my DLP for almost 3 years now, still on the orginal bulb. Also the bulb is covered under warranty for 1 year. Everyone knows, all you have to do is go on the Mitsubishi website, file a claim for burn bulb, and you get a free bulb in the mail. So I still have a back up just incase if ever goes.
I think mounting a 92" would be a bit more of a task than mounting a 60".
I used the same mounts on a friends 80",they mount to studs. They can handle 5 times the weight of a 60 inch easy. So it is just an issue of how many brackets wide you would need. The 80" still needed 3,but maybe the 92 might need 4?? Im telling you, it was easier than wall mounting a 65 inch Plasma,that was for sure.
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