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Mitsubishi L75-A91 75-Inch 1080p LaserVue HDTV (2010 Model)


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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Mitsubishi
  • Model: L75-A91
  • Display Technology: 3D
  • Display Size: 75 inches
  • Speaker Count: 2
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 66.4 x 41.7 inches ; 154 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 182 pounds
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  • ASIN: B003KTN0AK
  • Item model number: L75-A91
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,627 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 1, 2010
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Product Description

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Features and Benefits

Mitsubishi L75-A91

Delivering unimaginable, cinema-like color at a fraction of the operating power consumption of similarly-sized flat panel TVs, the 75-inch Mitsubishi L75-A91 1080p LaserVue HDTV harnesses the world's purest light source to deliver up to two times the color of many of today's flat panel TVs. Mitsubishi's exclusive breakthrough laser light engine technology creates a portal to a multi-dimensional, intensely real and vivid world. And it's 3D Ready (requires optional 3D eyewear).

3D Ready

3D TV's allow you to enjoy lifelike 3D entertainment in your own home. Use Mitsubishi's 3D starter kit with a 3D device and 3D content to watch an immersive, three dimensional, high definition experience.

Cinema Color

Hollywood movies are produced using the absolute best color technology in the world. But a lot of that color is lost when watching movies at home. Cinema Color takes advantage of the laser light source, to intelligently expand the color range. Cinema color accurately recaptures those colors that are lost when a movie is transferred to DVD or a Blu-Ray disc.

Smooth120 Film Motion

Variable Smooth120 Film Motion reduces motion blur in fast action scenes by interpolating and inserting new frames. Variable Smooth120 Film Motion reduces jitter, and gives you a blur-free image during fast moving content, while preserving the integrity of film.

UltraGreen

A lightbulb consumes more power than this 75" Mitsubishi Laservue TV. That's Ultra Green.

StreamTV Internet Media

Connect to the internet with StreamTV. Press the internet button on your remote control to instantly access a wide variety of internet services. Enjoy the largest library and latest releases of streaming 1080p HD movies with 5.1 surround sound from Vudu. Or, stream your favorite music on internet radio. And, check in on your social networking accounts, like Twitter.

6 Color Processor

Mitsubishi's 6 Color Processor takes color twice as far. Instead of standard RGB processing, 6 Color Processing splits the signal into red, green blue, cyan, yellow, and magenta, processing them all independently of each other. The 6 Color Processor creates more accurate primary colors, and a wider range of secondary colors. Literally, billions of colors are possible in every frame.

USB Media Player

The USB media input allows you to view photos and listen to music right from a USB thumbdrive. Simply insert the USB drive into the the USB jack and the TV automatically switches to the USB media player. The photo viewing software will display JPG photo images. The music player will play MP3 audio files. Create your own music slideshow by selecting Slideshow + Music from the menu.

4 HDMI Inputs

Mitsubishi's Laservue has 4 HDMI inputs for digital high definition devices. 2 component composite inputs for analog video, and a stereo audio input. There is a digital audio output for a home theater connection. Laservue comes with an ethernet connection, to connect to the internet via StreamTV. A 3D glasses emitter, for 3D ready sources. There are 2 USB inputs, one to view photos and play music and another to power a wireless subwoofer.

Product Description

The Ultimate Large Screen 3D Experience! Mitsubishi revolutionizes large screen television with groundbreaking Laser Technology. LaserVue® Laser TV sets the New Standard for large screen television by delivering unimaginable, cinema-like color at a fraction of the operating power consumption of similarly-sized flat panel TVs. LaserVue® harnesses the power of the world's purest light source to deliver up to two times the color of many of today's flat panel TVs. Laser beams provide an extensive range of rich, complex colors, truly distinct clarity, and immersive depth of field. It's the ultimate in picture quality, rivaling the amazing color viewed in the most advanced digital cinemas. Breakthrough laser technology creates an eco-friendly portal to a multi-dimensional, intensely real and vivid world. Beyond flat TV, experience True DimensionTM. Mitsubishi LaserVue® TV.

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Customer Reviews

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It is huge, no doubt, but actually does not look disproportionate now that it is…The picture quality is pretty amazing and it really strikes you when watching a Blu-ray. Read more ›
This is a problem that occurs with large DLP tvs but…So if you want to chance it because it does have an unbelievable picture DO NOT BUY IT WITH OUT AN EXTENDED WARRANTY. Read more ›
I highly recommend doing a calibration. You spent a lot of bucks on your TV, why not get the best picture and color possible? It was a no-brainer for me. Read more ›
The 75" laservue is everything I've read. Beautiful colors, sharp picture and insanely low power usage. The 3d looks great, i didnt buy the starter kit instead going with… Read more ›
No, I'm not affiliated with "The Big Screen Store" or "Mitsubishi". The colors are vivid and the quality of the picture matches or exceeds any LED LCD screens out there. The… Read more ›
I'm not a techie, so can't begin to elaborate on the amazing features of this awesome HDTV, but if you are looking for a really big screen television, with 3-D like clarity… Read more ›
Very versatile for varied room lighting. During the day we run the bright or brilliant picture mode. At night with no lights on, we run the native or cinema mode. Read more ›
Well, it turns out the factory setting are insane. It has a "deep field" feature wipes out any detail. The contrast is set full strength probably to try and fix the damage… Read more ›
It has a "deep field" feature wipes out any detail. The contrast is set full strength probably to try and fix the damage done by the "deep field" feature. Sharpness and… Read more ›
Sharpness and color are over done no doubt for the same reason. When things were toned down and the deep field feature turned off, the picture became amazing. What a relief. Read more ›
It has six video settings. If you have a bright room, the brilliant or bright settings will have no problems overcoming incoming light. Cinema produces natural colors. Read more ›
I'm not a techie, so can't begin to elaborate on the amazing features of this awesome HDTV, but if you are looking for a really big screen television, with 3-D like clarity… Read more ›
Took me awhile to figure out the bells and whistles but so far I am extremely happy. The color is amazing. This so far has been a painless experience. Read more ›
I have sold TVs and have become a videophile as of late. I score pretty well with color sight tests so I feel I am well qualified to comment. In bright retail showrooms… Read more ›
The contrast is set full strength probably to try and fix the damage done by the "deep field" feature. Sharpness and color are over done no doubt for the same reason. When… Read more ›
Basically you get what you pay for - we…The picture is phenomenal without adjustments, other than not using the bright color option - we opted for the cinema color mode. Read more ›
The picture is phenomenal without adjustments, other than not…I saw on other reviews that the bright color option makes everything look cartoonish and unreal, and we agree. Read more ›
Use Cinema or 'game' for most of your…Watching a movie like Black Swan on Cinema is every bit as good, if not better than watching it in a high end digital theater. Exc… Read more ›
If you are seriously looking for the best large screen high-def TV out there with 3-D at a price of under $6000.00 you can do no better than buying this TV. $6000.00 is the… Read more ›
I would have to say that this TV is not for everyone, and even though the price has dropped substantially, it is still quite expensive, especially when you compare it with… Read more ›
I've been waiting for a good big screen 3D TV. When I read the reviews here I went to the nearest store that carries Mitsubishi and checked it out. Read more ›
I'm not a techie, so can't begin to elaborate on the amazing features of this awesome HDTV, but if you are looking for a really big screen television, with 3-D like clarity… Read more ›
Kind…The only downside of this tv is the speakers arent so great but we usually run it through the pioneer receiver and then it sounds fantastic and is perfectly synched. Read more ›
SOUND: DO NOT buy this t.v. if you're expecting great sound via the t.v. speakers. Really! Read more ›
We have direct tv and found out that we must run an HDMI cable straight to the 3D box and not through our…Kind of sucks because then we cant get the great surround sound. Read more ›
Cinema…The only nit-picky thing is that the built in speakers aren't that great, but then again, whomever is buying this TV is unlikely to be without a good audio system. Read more ›
Unbelieveable poor customer service. I have been in contact with Mitsubisi for 6 months for this thing to be taken care of. Read more ›
I plan on…I could go cheaper on a warranty by using a company other than Mitsubishi but in my opinion, I'd rather not take the chance to save a couple hundred bucks. Read more ›
OK, Mits does not have the best customer service but I harassed them till I got a brand new set. I've had the set now for over a month with no problems. Read more ›
The size is perfect for me sitting at roughly 7 feet away giving me a movie theater type experience. Read more ›
The moment I turned my Laservue on I knew something was wrong. The red screen logo popped up, but it had a strange shape, angled in from the sides. Sure enough, so did the… Read more ›
There is also a noticable difference between a HD network picture and a HD premium channel such as Showtime HD, HBO…Blu-ray DVD is outstanding (standard DVD also improved). Read more ›
But if that is a big thing for you, then spend nearly twice as much money to get it. I'd rather get a dang good price on a dang good TV. Read more ›
Just got the 75inch Laservue out of the box and did a quick setup. Connected up the Sony BDPS5000ES blue ray player. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

96 of 102 people found the following review helpful By BigE on February 4, 2011
Thank you all for your entries. Reading them was very helpful to me, and I would like to help others by adding what I experienced this past month. Keep in mind I gave this product a full 5-stars because that is exactly what a defect-free L75-A91 deserves. I also posted this review on the AVS Forum, a great resource for home theater. Also, I make no comments about sound. You don't buy a piece of gear like this planning to rely on the internal speakers.

I received my Laservue from Walt's on Jan 3. I prepared three years for this decision, starting with considering the 82" DLP, then almost the first 65" Laservue, then waiting for the 75" 2nd generation. I went to see a local Mitsubishi-run demo over a year ago that included the 65" Laservue. A Mits rep handed me a confidential sheet that described the next generation Laservues, and it was an easy decision to wait. Also, I'll give up the extra inches the 82" DLPs provide for the Laservue's elimination of the color wheel and bulb changes.

If I want to get a total immersion experience I just plop my butt five feet from the screen at 1080p, and I'm experiencing IMAX! For routine programming 75" looks great from the sofa 10 ft away. One month after my Laservue arrived, I'm happy. But it took a month to get to this point.

Now for my purchasing saga...

I had plenty of opportunities to view and buy locally. I really wanted the comfort of getting this thing from a reputable dealer just a few miles from my home. Unfortunately that comfort came at an $800 premium (shipping and taxes factored in) over what I found on-line, so I went with Walt's in Phoenix. They treated me just great and I have no complaints whatsoever. They shipped when they promised, and I got regular tracking updates.
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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Darby Rose on August 4, 2010
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When Mitsubishi introduced their 65" version of this set, my husband fell in love. We first saw it at a Los Angeles showroom a year ago, and I had a very hard time dragging him out the door. The minute we got home to Florida, he started tracking the information being provided on the "soon to be introduced" 75" version. First, it would be by Christmas, then spring. Finally, Mitsubishi introduced it in August - a long wait, but well worth it.

I'm not a techie, so can't begin to elaborate on the amazing features of this awesome HDTV, but if you are looking for a really big screen television, with 3-D like clarity (it is 3D ready) don't hesitate to buy this set. It will make your home the center of football season, with or without the popcorn and beer!

The folks at Amazon were very helpful - I think we may have placed the first order for the Mitsubishi L75-A91 that they received. Their "white glove" delivery service was exactly what they said it would be. It took 2 burly (but polite) guys to carry in this set, take it out of the box, and plug it in, and they did so exactly within the time-frame we requested at the time we placed our order. Our hat's are off to Amazon - this was definitely the biggest online purchase we ever made, but it went smoothly, without a hitch. And I have a very happy husband!

The only "con" that I can think of is that this dlp HDTV is 15" deep, and weighs about 150 pounds, so you can't hang it on the wall. If having a wall-hung TV is more important to you than the picture quality, you'll need to look at a different product. For us, the picture quality, and the fact that our last Mitsubishi lasted 15 years (we just gave it away to make room for this big guy) made this purchase worth the money.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By DanL on September 29, 2010
Just got the 75inch Laservue out of the box and did a quick setup. Connected up the Sony BDPS5000ES blue ray player. The blue people in Avatar never look as healthy on this planet. The scale is like nothing I have ever seen, the degree of clarity is a shock (the entire Picture Area is without blemish) We spent most of the evening looking for some detraction, could not find a single element of problem. Yes its expensive but having spent much more over many years of TV buying this is, with out a shadow of doubt, the best we have ever seen. I have nothing but praise for what Mitsubishi has accomplished with this unit. Engineers, THANK YOU.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By William W. Bailey on May 12, 2011
I started out with the 65" laservue. Within 6 months it started to power off for no reason. Mitsubishi didn't make the 65" so they replaced it with the 75". Much joy around the house. Well, within 3 months the new 75 incher developed a 6 inch white circle in the upper right corner. Mitsubishi replaced it with a new 75 incher. Now, 6 months later it died with a black screen. The tech said the code it displayed was for a bad laser on a 65 inch but was invalid for the 75 inch. Waiting to hear back from Mitsubishi, the tech said if it was a bad laser that would be another replacement.
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Joel M. Soriano on September 6, 2010
I bought this TV after looking at every big screen TV on the net and in the area. The Big Screen store is the only one I've seen have it on display. No, I'm not affiliated with "The Big Screen Store" or "Mitsubishi". The colors are vivid and the quality of the picture matches or exceeds any LED LCD screens out there. The reason why I chose this is that you are getting a LED LCD quality in a 75 inch size. You have to see it to believe it. In addition, I made sure I got a 5 year warranty because the laservue technology is fairly new. I would have given it a 5 star but the cost brought it down to a 4.

3 months later
My TV gave out three months after I bought it. I loved every moment of it till it gave out. Ever since it gave out, I've been in Mitsubishi support hell. Buying this TV supposedly gives you an exclusive LaserVue Premier support. I still think the TV is great, but be prepared for all the empty promises Mitsubishi has given in their warranty support.

1 month later

OK, Mits does not have the best customer service but I harassed them till I got a brand new set. I've had the set now for over a month with no problems.
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