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

SlvrFox 3,519 1,014 November 6, 2012 at 09:53 AM in Tech & Electronics (9) More Paul's TV Deals
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Promoted 11-07-2012 by iconian 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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Last Edited by Grandpuba2000 November 6, 2012 at 04:53 PM
Use GET100 for $100 Off


Can also Use STAND73 for
Innovex Black stand for this TV for $249

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#31
Quote from hUnTeRzZ View Post :
Thats very assuring..So just the question left is should I wait for thanksgiving deals??
Yeah, lag is ONLY APPARENT when a console (any video source) is hooked up via a very old connection style: S-video, composite. If you're using these cables on an 82" 1080p TV, kill yourself Smilie

Srsly tho, you probably won't be using these cables
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#32
I own last years 82 inch model and love it! I'm thinking this may be Thanksgiving pricing...
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#33
Quote from BanditKing View Post :
Wake me up for a 4K tv. Who still uses DLPs anymore?
Quote from Metric View Post :
Movie theaters.
repped for schooling the troll.

Seriously, there are too many people that think if there is "LCD" or "LED" missing in a TV description it's garbage.
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#34
Quote from ot444 View Post :
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.
Its a good deal, I have a 55c7000 and use the 73" more. I got it for a good price when pauls tv were shipping out the better model a couple years ago. 82" would be great.

I also have front projection (epson 3010) and thats an option too if you have the throw space, but as a self contained tv, the mitsubishi is great.
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#35
Quote from Porksword View Post :
repped for schooling the troll.

Seriously, there are too many people that think if there is "LCD" or "LED" missing in a TV description it's garbage.
Yeah, no shit. I love LOVE LOVE DLP, it's a flat TV without compromises. I'm so bored by everyone thinking the LED "thinness" is in any way exciting.

If you spend your time with your TV lifting it, moving it, and looking at the side of it, you're doing it wrong.
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#36
Quote from mikedx42 View Post :
Yeah, no shit. I love LOVE LOVE DLP, it's a flat TV without compromises. I'm so bored by everyone thinking the LED "thinness" is in any way exciting.

If you spend your time with your TV lifting it, moving it, and looking at the side of it, you're doing it wrong.
THAT is so true (looking at the side of it), love the troll killing... wouldn't be without my DLP.
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#37
Quote from BanditKing View Post :
yay 500 pound brick of old technology!
Yup, that won't cost you $5000 and picture so good you won't be able to tell the difference between that and an LED.

Really, the whole DLP dinosaur, old technology thing is so 2009. Give it up already.
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#38
I don't care how old the technology is, but I have shied away from DLP's because of the ongoing costs. My understanding is that picture quality degrades over time as the projector(s)/lamp age and that eventually you need to replace them, and they do not seem to be cheap parts to replace. How long can I expect a "modern" DLP lamp from something like this TV to last, and how much to replace it?
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#39
Did some more reading, what about side angle viewing, I read that if your seating is in front like a cinema theater , it is ok but any other angle the picture isnt good at all.
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#40
Quote from hUnTeRzZ View Post :
Did some more reading, what about side angle viewing, I read that if your seating is in front like a cinema theater , it is ok but any other angle the picture isnt good at all.

The side angle viewing is not as good with this 82" as with a smaller DLP model. I have an older 60" Mits DLP and the viewing angle is much better than with my son's 73". However the 73" is awesome if you are directly in front of the screen. As for DLP in general, the sharpness of picture is awesome. Lot of people don't like the DLP because you have to replace the bulb. I've had my 60" for over 4 years and still has original bulb. On average the tv is on about 5 hours every day.
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#41
Quote from Scirocco View Post :
I don't care how old the technology is, but I have shied away from DLP's because of the ongoing costs. My understanding is that picture quality degrades over time as the projector(s)/lamp age and that eventually you need to replace them, and they do not seem to be cheap parts to replace. How long can I expect a "modern" DLP lamp from something like this TV to last, and how much to replace it?
New bulb for the 83" TV in the OP: $109.99 on ebay

That's a pretty good price, my 50" Sony Projection LCD (~6 years old) is about $80 for a new bulb. Haven't ever replaced the bulb, but the TV is still in pretty good shape. I don't leave it on very often which probably helps things.
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#42
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New bulb for the 83" TV in the OP: $109.99 on

That's a pretty good price, my 50" Sony Projection LCD (~6 years old) is about $80 for a new bulb. Haven't ever replaced the bulb, but the TV is still in pretty good shape. I don't leave it on very often which probably helps things.

Remind me if they ship bulbs out under warranty? I remember some discussion about it last year, but not certain if they do the 1st bulb free.
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Last edited by serra November 9, 2012 at 09:52 AM
#43
I so want to buy this, but do you guys think the price is right?
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#45
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?
We game on our 82" everyday with XBOX 360/PS3 and have never noticed any lag with any game over HDMI of course.
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