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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


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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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#16
Quote from BanditKing View Post :
yay 500 pound brick of old technology!

what a lamebrain remark, why do theaters use this technology today, is today old technology or are you too lazy to look it up, now thats old technology for sure, open mouth first look later
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#17
Does this come with any 3D glasses? Do I need to get a 3D kit to enable 3D viewing?
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#18
I have the 83738 and love it. Excellent picture and glorious 82" of just awesomeness.
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#19
Had the 65" from the dell thanksgiving deal a few years ago, sold it to my tenants once I moved out of my house and leased it to them for $600. I'd buy this if I still had the room, they are great TVs. It'll be years until 4K is affordable by SD standards
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#20
I love my 5yr old 61" Sammy DLP. Great for movie watching.

Do I wish I had one of them fancy flat TVs? Not really.

Do I wish I had one of these 82" DLP's? Ya.

Don't blame the troll, blame the media. Everyone thinks super thin is cool.
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#21
Quote from maximumsp View Post :
you must not know how to read, its no way near 500 pounds. this is super light for the size. i have the 73'' and its the best tv EVER. do your research and educate yourself, DLP is amazing.

Ditto! Would have bought the bigger one if I had the room!
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#22
Quote from jbowe View Post :
I love my 5yr old 61" Sammy DLP. Great for movie watching.

Do I wish I had one of them fancy flat TVs? Not really.

Do I wish I had one of these 82" DLP's? Ya.

Don't blame the troll, blame the media. Everyone thinks super thin is cool.
I agree
I bought the 73 inch Mitsubishi when Best Buy had it for 699 and free shipping
Best deal I ever got on a TV
I have had mine for almost a year now and it is outstanding.
These are the only TV`s with 6 colors.
Great picture quality.
No other technolgy gives you as much bang for the buck.
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#23
Got this last yr for 1500 for my media room, a true big screen experience at an entry level price.
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#24
Quote from BanditKing View Post :
yay 500 pound brick of old technology!
My Tv is under 100 lbs and I have seen several 55" LEDs that are similar weight. the 82 is about 150 lbs.

I bought the 73840 a not to long ago so I just wanted to share my experience.
Its great for TV, xbox, and 3d movies! I can't wait to play WiiU on it.
Its terrible for connecting a PC or trying to play 3d games. (Most all TVs are going to be terrible for 3D games because you will never get 120 HZ from an HDMI cable, no matter how much you pay.)
The biggest problem is these TVs are made by throwing a bunch of parts together and then trying to calibrate it all in software. They will have overscan, meaning the picture projected is bigger than the opening. They do this to hide the misalignments or maybe things that have shifted in transport. Mine is actually slightly tilted but you don't notice till there is a line really close to the edge. When you software calibrate it you actually lose resolution. Most of this stuff doesn't matter for TV and movies, or games. Its a royal pain in the butt for PCs. I can't get my PC to send surround sound to my TV but this wont be an issue for you because the 740 is only stereo.
I have also found that the colors are not as exact. Mine is obviously not calibrated and I'm spoiled with my HP displays on PC. While surfing reddit I noticed that I can't tell the difference between purple and blue.
I personally don't care about the 30 seconds for the bulb to warm up. Its an easy all in one solution to home theather for me in my apartment where I can't mount things or run wires in the walls. Its cheap for the size, and I enjoy it.
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#25
If you are considering an 82" DLP set, you owe it to yourself to look into Front Projection then...for the same of less money you can get 1080p at any size you want, assuming you can do a little light control in the room. You'll need less light control (but not much) for the 82", but you'll need a lot more space.

Just something to consider, in many cases a self-contained DLP would work fine.
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#26
I had the 73" version of this and loved it. Since moving, I have been wanting to get the 82". Think there might be a better deal on this one before Black Friday?
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#27
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?
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#28
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 used the 73" version of this DLP to play games all the time and never noticed any lag at all. That includes playing games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero. I also never had problems with lag while playing in 3D. Xbox and PS3 were both hooked up via HDMI cables, Wii was on component. No problems with either, ever.
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#29
Quote from ot444 View Post :
I used the 73" version of this DLP to play games all the time and never noticed any lag at all. That includes playing games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero. I also never had problems with lag while playing in 3D. Xbox and PS3 were both hooked up via HDMI cables, Wii was on component. No problems with either, ever.
Thats very assuring..So just the question left is should I wait for thanksgiving deals??
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#30
Quote from hUnTeRzZ View Post :
Thats very assuring..So just the question left is should I wait for thanksgiving deals??
That is the only thing I am wondering myself. Although at $1325, I am very close to taking this deal now. Plus I'll have it in time for the Wii U.
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