Posted Fri Apr 9, 2010 at 06:00 AM PDT by Mike Attebery
From 60 inches on up to 82 inches Mitsubishi’s sets are slick, and surprisingly affordable.
Mitsubishi has announced three new lines of 3D DLP televisions that are not only enormous, but incredibly affordable as well.
Every one of Mitsubishi’s new DLPs features 3D capability and ships with a 3D DLP Link. They also have 3 HDMI inputs, nighttime and game modes, and a 6-Color Processor for accurate color reproduction. The 638 is the baseline model which starts at 60 inches and $1,119.
The 738 series adds StreamTV, which allows access to Pandora, Facebook, Vudu, and more. It’s compatible with Wireless N adapters, but doesn’t come with one of its own. It also kicks up video quality. You get a 12-bit video processor, DeepField Imager and Advanced Video Calibration. The 738 starts at $1,399 for the 60 inch model.
At the very high end you’ll find the 838. In addition to everything found in the other models, the Diamond 838 adds outputs for surround speakers and a subwoofer, Bluetooth audio streaming, a full-on sixteen speaker soundbar. The 838 series starts at $2,199 for 60 inches and goes up to $4,499 for the 82 inch version.
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