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82" Mitsubishi WD-82740 120Hz 1080p 3D DLP HDTV EXPIRED

SlvrFox 991 November 6, 2012 at 09:53 AM in Tech & Electronics (9)
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Promoted 11-07-2012 at 02:50 PM View Original Post
Paul's TV has a great deal on a gorgeous 82" Mitsubishi 120Hz 1080p 3D DLP HDTV (WD82740). Price is $1499.99 - $100 with coupon code GET100 = $1399.99 + free shipping. Thanks SlvrFox

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Weight: 134Lbs.
  • Display Mode: 3D
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz
  • Inputs:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Component Video

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Edited November 7, 2012 at 04:37 PM by SlvrFox
Use GET100 for $100 Off
(Thanks to mattzane227)

"Subtotal: $1,499.99
Discount: - $100.00
Updated Subtotal: $1,399.99
Promotional Code:
Coupon Name Coupon Value
GET100 $100.00 "

Return Policy100% satisfaction.

Also with Discover Card's 5% Bonus CB on internet purchases till 12/31, take another $75 off to bring it down to $1,325 ($75 CB/Limit $1,500 in purchases)

"Since we have stores in CA, CO, MI, MA, RI and VA, sales in those states are subject to state sales tax."

Also Use STAND73 for
Innovex Black stand for this TV for $249
(Thanks to Grandpuba2000)


http://www.paulstv.com/DLP-Televi...D82740.asp


Attachment 1517968

Product Specifications
Audio Characteristics:
Speaker Output 10W x 2

Other Notes 2 Way Full Range Left + Right

Dimensions:
Weight - Without Stand N/A - Stand is Not Removable

Weight - With Stand 134 lbs

Weight - Shipping 171 lbs

Dimensions (H x W x D) - without stand N/A - Stand is Not Removable

Dimensions (H x W x D) - with stand 48.6" x 73.2" x 22.7"

Dimensions (H x W x D) - Shipping 52.2" x 77" x 29"

Inputs and Outputs:
Coaxial Digital Audio 1 Out

Number of Rear HDMI Connections 3

Number of Side / Front HDMI Connections 0

Component Video Input 1

Coaxial Input (Ant.) Yes

Ethernet Connection Yes

Wireless Connectivity WiFi Ready - Mitsubishi AWNU231 Wireless USB Adapter Required

Optical Digital Output No

PC Input HDMI Only

Photo Card Reader No

USB Input 1

3.5mm Mini Jack DVI/PC Audio Input

Power Consumption:
Power Consumption when on Exceeds Energy Star Standards

Power Consumption when off Exceeds Energy Star Standards

Video Characteristics:
Screen Size 82"

Native Resolution 1080p

Refresh Rate 120Hz

Contrast Ratio N/A - Not Given

Warranty:
Parts Warranty 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty - Extended Warranty Available

Labor Warranty 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty - Extended Warranty Available
Mitsubishi WD82740 - 82" 120Hz 1080p DLP 3D HDTV

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#286
The first time i turned it on this TV, which was perfect because it was dead silent and making absolutely no noise. Starting the very next day i noticed a humming sound coming from the fan(s) being on all the time. I checked behind the TV to ensure nothing was blocking the air vent and, even when i turn it on for the time during the day, the fan is always on now. Has anyone else noticed if their fan is always on? This sound is really annoying, is there a way to prevent it?
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#287
Quote from Mawashi View Post :
Thanks, I've tried them all but in vain.
Be careful what you ask for.....shake head

http://www.matthilton.net/sitebui...manual.pdf

Has mine and several others, excellent info, be VERY careful!
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#288
Exactly what i was looking for! thank you! I can see that there is no way to see what's the internal temperature but there are codes (red/yellow) that should come up if the TV is overheating. Really wonder why mine has the fans on all the time...

Would have been nice to get rid of the blue Mitsubishi screen you get when shutting down...

Quote from aiham78 View Post :
check this link, didn't try it yet
http://www.riddledtv.com/forums/m...-t286.html
Quote from shaqoneal View Post :
Be careful what you ask for.....shake head

http://www.matthilton.net/sitebui...manual.pdf

Has mine and several others, excellent info, be VERY careful!
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#289
I don't get any kind of blue screen when shutting down.
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#290
Quote from shaqoneal View Post :
I don't get any kind of blue screen when shutting down.
Weird, I get a blue screen with the Mistubishi logo and a 1800 # every single time i turn it off...
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#291
I think depending on the input you're on, it'll show different color background (i.e. blue, black). However, I think the logo is always displayed when the set is turned off.

Would be nice if there was an option to get rid of the logo. Or better yet, replace it with one of our choosing.
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#292
yes, that's also why i was looking into the service code (see post above) but didn't find a way to do that.
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#293
Even though I got some good 3D IR glasses and I have everything setup and working, I don't see much in the way of 3D, and the ever-present darkening of the glasses doesn't help. Even Avatar in 3D doesn't do a lot. Is it just me?

My eyes never have been very straight vomit
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#294
If you are using the Xpand brand,that you select the "one blink" mode after you turn on the glasses and make sure you turn on the proper type of 3D from the the Menu > 3D selector otherwise you won't see much 3D at all. Tested those glasses on side by side 3D movie and result was quite impressive.

Quote from shaqoneal View Post :
Even though I got some good 3D IR glasses and I have everything setup and working, I don't see much in the way of 3D, and the ever-present darkening of the glasses doesn't help. Even Avatar in 3D doesn't do a lot. Is it just me?

My eyes never have been very straight vomit
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#295
Quote from Mawashi View Post :
If you are using the Xpand brand,that you select the "one blink" mode after you turn on the glasses and make sure you turn on the proper type of 3D from the the Menu > 3D selector otherwise you won't see much 3D at all. Tested those glasses on side by side 3D movie and result was quite impressive.
Nah...using PS3 3D glasses.

Family likes 'em a lot.
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