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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) More Paul's TV Deals
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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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#136
Quote from Genius4sho View Post :
Just wondering... how many watts of electricity does this consume?

Can anyone compare it to an LED of this size (if one even exists).
This one draws 211 watts.
http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com/tv/W...ifications

A Sharp 80 inch LC80LE633U that I picked at random is 307 watts, other models may be more or less.
http://www.sharpusa.com/ForHome/H...ch_specs=1

within 100w of each other, in my opinion a minor difference considering the overall differences in the technology and quality between the two.
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#137
Quote from nolife View Post :
This one draws 211 watts.
http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com/tv/W...ifications

A Sharp 80 inch LC80LE633U that I picked at random is 307 watts, other models may be more or less.
http://www.sharpusa.com/ForHome/H...ch_specs=1

within 100w of each other, in my opinion close enough I'd look at other things instead of power consumption to compare.
Nice research! Reps given. I didn't think a DLP would have less energy consumption, that's quite interesting.
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#138
thats one big tv
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#139
I had the 65c9 once and that was a great set. Made my apartment living room seem quite small. I can't imagine how much bigger the 82" is. DLP may be old but it is the standard of which all movies are shown in the theaters. If I didn't already have a Panny 55" ST50, I would jump on this deal in a heart beat.
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#140
Quote from Peddler View Post :
This stand is perfect for this TV. Low profile sits eye level at that height. Holds up to 143 lbs. TV weighs 134 lbs.

That's 10.21 Stone for you people across the pond. Wink

LACK TV Unit , Black-Brown [ikea.com]
Hey I own that TV Stand for mine, I absolutely love it, and only $40!

http://i49.tinypic.com/30kqbmq.jpg
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#141
Quote from NineT9 View Post :
Hey I own that TV Stand for mine, I absolutely love it, and only $40!

http://i49.tinypic.com/30kqbmq.jpg
Is that a 73 or an 82 and does that stand have enough room for a center channel speaker. Can't tell..
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#142
Sooooo...how does one apply the GET100 coupon and the STAND73 against the purchase of a TV and stand? Only one coupon code seems to apply against the purchase of the TV, and the STAND73 coupon cde does not work with the stand being the only purchase.
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#143
wow 2 feet in length, I don't have that much space nor am I willing to knock down a wall....
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#144
22.7 inches deep, same as lcd with stand

have yet to see anyone mount a larger lcd tv on a wall

am going to say it, dlp is the best tech at 60 inches and larger

the lcd guys wont tell you this but lcd response time rises rapidly and motion

blur becomes terrible at these sizes

motion blur means your moving picture is blurry and is not hd anymore
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#145
Quote from hUnTeRzZ View Post :
I was very much interested in DLP TVs after reading how it works and Pros, however read this Con in Wiki, Is the lag too problematic in videogames:
Response time in video games may be affected by upscaling lag. While all HDTVs have some lag when upscaling lower resolution input to their native resolution, DLPs are commonly reported to have longer delays. Newer consoles such as the Wii do not have this problem as long as they are connected with HD-capable cables.[10]

Secondly, will there be better deals during thanksgiving?

I have had 2 dlps one of which is this one and there is no lag playing games, my lcd's on the other hand lag bad and these sets have active 3d which is great
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#146
Quote from wannasave View Post :
Is that a 73 or an 82 and does that stand have enough room for a center channel speaker. Can't tell..
Heyya, That's a 73" on the left, and a 65" on the right!

As far as a center channel speaker, I actually have my center speaker in front of my TV on top of the stand... you can barely see it in that picture!

So yes it does have room
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#147
oh and dont forget the code GET100 for 100 off, how many times do i have to see that friggin code in the first page, op you may want to add it to the title just in case anybody didnt notice it in the first post LMAO


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#148
Quote from d3a1ninja View Post :
22.7 inches deep, same as lcd with stand

have yet to see anyone mount a larger lcd tv on a wall

am going to say it, dlp is the best tech at 60 inches and larger

the lcd guys wont tell you this but lcd response time rises rapidly and motion

blur becomes terrible at these sizes

motion blur means your moving picture is blurry and is not hd anymore
Dlp is also the best tech for 3d - no ghosting - if you care about watching 3d. LCD is the worst.
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#149
Quote from drsketch View Post :
Not to troll, but theatre use this technology because it is the cheapest possible method to deliver the product. Obviously and 15,000" LED would be superb but how much would that cost?

Just as a 70" sharp aquos smokes this thing as far as how the picture looks but it is 1k more for 12 less inches.
That makes no sense as a 15,000" led doesn't exist.

Cinemas upgraded to dlp tech, it's not that cheap, but they wanted digital projection. It's also the best way to display 3d
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#150
Man if I had the room this would be coming my way.
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