Thanks for the comparison. Seems like I'm missing a lot of bells and whistles compared to the other models which I won't use nor care about, but the guts are nearly the same. Nearly. I see a few differences. Appreciate the post!
PS. I paid $799 so I'm OK.
Mitsubishi C12 Series DLP Home Cinema TV. Offers great value and high quality performance in a
73-inch or 82-inch class screen size for $1,599 and $2,599 respectively.
Brilliant, Bright, Natural, and Game modes
120Hz Sub-Frame Rate
2 HDMITM inputs
Mitsubishi 642 Series 3D DLP Home Cinema TV. Offers an immersive 3D experience at a great value in 73-inch or 82-inch class screen sizes for $1,599 and $2,599 respectively.
The 642 Series adds:
Built-in 3DTV—able to receive,
decode, and process 3D signals
3D emitter (DLP link & VESA jack)
3 HDMI inputs
Advanced video calibration
2D + Depth
Mitsubishi 742 Series 3D DLP Home Cinema TV. A built-in 3D IR emitter, StreamTV with high-def and 3D movies from VUDU, as well as a large library of VUDU apps for sports, news, social media,
and entertainment make this the perfect model for serious TV lovers. The 742 Series comes in 73-inch, 82-inch and 92-inch classes with prices of $1,799, $3,099, and $4,999 respectively.
The 742 Series adds:
Built-in 3D IR emitter
Wireless Internet capable
StreamTV Internet media, including VUDU apps
iPhone, iPod Touch®, iPad remote control app
Remote PC Desktop—VNC
Clear Contrast Screen (92-inch class only)
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