Mitsubishi intros 3D-ready, 82-inch Home Theater DLP rear projection HDTV and friends
Mitsubishi has introduced two new families of Home Theater DLP rear projection HDTV's today, all featuring 1080p resolution, EnergyStar 3.0 compliance, 6-color 120 Hz image processing, an Advanced Video Calibration mode, an improved DeepField Imager, SharpEdge video noise reduction, an activity-based user interface, and 3D readiness.
Unlike Mitsubishi's LaserVue laser TV's, the new DLP families are UHP lamp-based and require source devices to support the checkerboard display formats for 3D gaming or 3D cinema content.
The first family, the Mitsubishi 737 Series includes 60-, 65- ($1799), 73- ($2499), and 82-inch ($4199) display sizes priced. The flagship Mitsubishi 837 Series will be available in 65- ($2199), 73- ($2999), and 82-inch ($4999) display sizes. The 837 Series also adds Mitsubishi's PerfectTint system, Dark Detailer circuitry for enhanced blacks, a NetCommand home networking system, as well as four HDMI 1.3a inputs, a USB media input, and an RS-232C control interface.
All of the new Home Theater DLP models are available now.
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Posted by Justin Davey at April 8, 2009 3:27 PM