Mitsubishi WD-73735 Rear Projection DLP Review
- Product Name: WD-73735
- Manufacturer: Mitsubishi
- Performance Rating:
- Value Rating:
- Review Date: October 20, 2008 05:48
- MSRP: $ 2699
Screen Size: 73-inch
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (widescreen)
Size: 43.6" x 65.2" x 17.5"
Height On Base: 60.2"
Weight (Physical): 93.0 lbs.
Display Type: 1080p DLP®
Pixel Resolution (horizontal x vertical): 1920 x 1080
Lamp Power: 180 Watts
Mitsubishi Exclusive Processor: 6-Color
Video Format Conversion: Plush1080p®
HDMI 1.3a™: Yes
Deep Color (36 bit) and x.v.Color™: Yes
Video Noise Reduction Color: 4D
Picture Format Modes (4:3 sources): 6
Picture Format Modes (16:9 sources): 3
Easy Connect™: Yes
A/V Adjustment (memorized by input): Yes
Color Temperature Control (by input): High/Low
Video Modes: Brilliant/Bright/Natural/Game
Full Screen Image Freeze: Yes
Combined Tuner Analog/Digital/Cable (In The Clear): 1
Antenna (RF) Inputs: 2
Front Component/Composite Combined: 1
Front USB Photo Input: 1
Component Input (480i/480P/720P/1080i), (One Component/Composite Combined): 2
Rear A/V Inputs with S-Video: 1
Rear Stereo Audio Input for PC/DVI Source: 1
Rear HDMI™ Inputs: 3
480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i (60Hz): Yes
1080p (24Hz, 30Hz, 60Hz): Yes
Stereo Audio Output: 1 (fixed)
Digital Audio Output: (Dolby® Digital / PCM) 1 (coaxial)
3D IR Emitter: 1
Remote Control: Partially Illuminated
5 Device Multibrand Illuminated Remote: Yes
- Good black definition
- Great HD performance
- Nice size to dollar ratio
- Extremely fast switching between HD and SD channels
- Limited calibration options
- Overall soft picture on non-HD material
- Inaccurate color
You should review the Samsung HL61A750, Tom. You can do a perfect calibration using the service menu (or get very close using the user menu).
between the 2,imo mitsu..based on calibrated sets
I wonder if Tom did an oops. My set has a coax audio OUTPUT strictly for OTA.
I'm looking at the back of that display in the PDF and comparing it to the photo on Audioholics. Hehe...this is Audioholics not videoholics.
The PC inputs are the top two red/white RCA inputs just to the right of the orange coax digital out.
Good catch, Glocks. Methinks Tom owes you a beer.
I think so too I'll take a Sam Adams please!
I never could get used to off axis performance of a rear projection system like Tom suggested.
I am of the opinion that this is just another example of quantity over quality.
Would you really be willing to trade (permanently) your 42" display for this one Tom?