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Mitsubishi LT-46149 46-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV with Integrated Sound Projector


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  • 16-Speaker Integrated Sound Projector
  • Smooth120Hz(TM) Film Motion
  • x.v.Color(TM)
  • 4 Rear HDMI(TM) 1.3a Inputs with Consumer Device Control
  • GalleryPlayer®
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Technical Details
Brand NameMitsubishi
Item Weight72.8 pounds
Product Dimensions4.8 x 42 x 28.2 inches
Item model numberLT-46149
Color NameBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB0018C7FSO
Best Sellers Rank #347,186 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight88.2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 18, 2005
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Mitsubishi
  • Model: LT-46149
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 46 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Description

Product Description

For years, Mitsubishi has remained at the cutting edge of technological advancement, while never losing sight of what is important to our customers. This philosophy is evident in our timeless designs, the pursuit of quality and a commitment to innovation. The UltraThin Frame of our 149 Series LCD Flat Panel HDTVs gives you more picture and sound in less space. The result is an immersive sight and sound experience that lets you forget you are simply watching television. This whole new dimension in sound comes from an integrated sound projector comprised of a 16-speaker array, giving you true-to-life 5.1 surround sound without bulky receivers or additional speakers. And all 149 Series models are digital cable ready; simply insert a cable card and view all of your favorite programming, accessible via TV Guide Daily. For once, technology that truly simplifies your life.

From the Manufacturer

Manufacturer's Description -- July 1, 2008 Mitsubishi's new 149 series of 1080p 120Hz flat lanel LCD HDTVs isdistinguished by their "Integrated Sound Projector", a built-in 16-speaker surround sound audio system that aims to eliminate the need for separate audio components, wires, or controls, and provide a clutter-free home theater system that is also ideal for secondary home theater rooms such as bedrooms and smaller locations throughout the house where full-blown theater systems may not be practical. At the same time, the series offers top of the line features like full 1080p, a 120Hz refresh rate with Smoth Film Motion processing, an UltraThin Frame, x.v. and Deep Color, 4 CEC-compatible HDMI ports and a USB port, and Mitsubishi's exclusive 6-color processor.

Key Features

  • three-quarter view16-Speaker Integrated Sound Projector (Learn more)
  • Smooth120Hz Film Motion (Learn more)
  • Full 1080p with Plush1080p upconversion (Learn more)
  • Variable Subwoofer Out
  • TV Guide Daily
  • Digital Cable Ready
  • UltraThin Frame
  • Exclusive 6-Color Processor
  • Deep Color (Learn more)
  • x.v.Color (Learn more)
  • GalleryPlayer (Learn more)
  • Easy Connect (Learn more)
  • USB Input
  • 4 HDMI w/CEC inputs
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Integrated Sound Projector (iSP)

The integrated Sound Projector (iSP) reproduces true 5.1 surround sound from a single speaker cabinet attached below the TV screen. The iSP speaker enclosure houses a 16 speaker array that creates a 5.1 channel sound field. Through the use of an advanced algorithm, the iSP delays the sound at varying intervals to each of the 16 speakers. (see diagram) As a result, the speaker array generates 5.1 distinct sound beams that are focused both directly and indirectly to the listener. The subwoofer or LFE channel is also available as an output of the TV for easy connection to an external powered subwoofer.

The iSP utilizes walls or other surfaces to reflect the left, right and surround sound beams to the listener. The effect of this sound beam reflection, is that the side and back walls of the room become virtual speakers for the complete surround sound reproduction. (see diagram).
  • Easy to set up
    One of the key features of the integrated Sound Projector is its simple graphical user interface. Out-of-the-box, the iSP is set up to deliver optimal sound in a typical room setting. In a matter of minutes, the user can easily enter specific room dimensions as well as the location of main listening area. The iSP calculates the beam angles to provide the best sound for your room environment. If you would like to further fine tune your surround sound, the iSP provides you the ability to position each channel via a test tone and an easy to use graphical user interface. Through the simple on-screen display, you can adjust the location and sound level for each of the five surround channels. The output level for the sub is also directly controllable from the remote control.

  • Easy to use
    Operation is even more simple. Just select stereo mode to hear all programs in stereo sound or select surround mode to hear all programs in surround or virtual surround sound. Audio is supported on both HDMI and coaxial PCM inputs for easy connection to DVD or Blu-ray players.

  • What makes integrated Sound Projector so unique?
    Simplicity and superb performance make the Mitsubishi LCD with iSP one-of-a-kind. No other television provides a total home theater package. Not only does iSP provide high performance picture and sound, but it does so in a simple to set up and easy to use fashion. Digital Cable Ready feature (CableCard) offers connection to digital cable service without the need for a set-top box. TV Guide provides for convenient program guide for both cable and over-the-air channels. And HDMI 1.3a with CEC enables single cable connection of DVD and Blu-ray players. For those consumers who want to simplify their life, only iSP offers a clutter-free, total home theater solution that requires no additional speakers, no wires and a single remote control.

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Smooth 120Hz Film Motion

120 Hz

Mitsubishi's entire line of Premium Flat Panel TVs feature Smooth 120Hz Film Motion, taking 120Hz to the next level with dejudder for film originated content. In the conversion of film-to-video for display, 24Hz artifacts can be seen in slow panning scenes and Smooth 120Hz Film Motion eliminates this artifact for smooth, crisp, fast and slow action content.

Judder is a visual artifact that shows up in video content that has been converted from film-based content. A visible jerking or stuttering effect can sometimes be seen during motion sequences on converted film-based content that may be noticeable on scenes that include panning.

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Superior 1080p

plush 1080p

Tru1080p Processing
Keep your signal the way it was meant to be seen. Mitsubishi’s Tru1080p Processing maintains 1080p high definition signals as 1080p from beginning to end. All 1080p DVI-I, HDMI, IEEE 1394 and 1080p Broadcast signals are passed through with no down conversions. The advancements of 1080p DLP technology for HDTV viewing deliver over 2 million pixels to you on-screen for a full and true 1920 x 1080 resolution. With Mitsubishi 1080p DLP HDTVs, you can experience the best that high definition has to offer today and be ready to enjoy all of the 1080p sources that are on the horizon.

Plush1080p
HDTVs can display any video signal. For a 1080p HDTV, even the high quality 720p and 1080i HDTV signals being broadcast need to be reformatted in order to fill the TV screen with a sharp, clear picture. Mitsubishi developed Plush1080p technology to do just this—with the highest quality possible. It scales the picture precisely, with minimal side effects. And 1080i, currently the most common form of HDTV signal, is spectacular at 1080p. The conversion is precise, resulting in previously unachievable detail and clarity. In short, Plush1080p technology makes everything else look better on a 1080p HDTV.

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Easy Connect

Mitsubishi’s ClearThought Easy Connect simplifies set-up and day-to-day use. During set up, it recognizes each input as it is plugged in, prompts the user to name it, enters it into the Device Menu and only shows used inputs.

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x.v Color

Standard RGB Color Profile
Thanks to the adoption of a newly approved international color standard called xvYCC (Extended YCC Colorimetry for Video Applications), or "x.v. color" for short. Standard RGB color space allows the display of a portion of the colors that are viewable to the human eye. The next generation "xvYCC" color space actually offers an available range of colors that exceeds what human eyes can recognize.
  • Next-generation "xvYCC" color space supports 1.8 times as many colors as existing HDTV signals
  • Lets HDTVs display colors more accurately
  • Enables displays with more natural and vivid colors

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Deep Color

deep color eliminates visible color banding So, where x.v. color expands the available range of colors your HDTV can display, Deep Color increases the number of colors your HDTV can display within that range, for smoother transitions from color to color.
  • Lets HDTVs and other displays go from millions of colors to billions of colors
  • Eliminates on-screen color banding, for smooth tonal transitions and subtle gradations between colors
  • Enables increased contrast ratio
  • Can represent many times more shades of gray between black and white.
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About Mitsubishi

Technically, Anything is Possible
For more than 25 years, this statement has defined Mitsubishi Electric. From inventing the first rear-projection television to the first complete high definition TV system sold in the U.S., Mitsubishi defines leadership, innovation and excellence in home theater. Mitsubishi doesn't see the world as it is but rather as it can be. This perspective enables the company to translate visions into unique and innovative technologies. In a culture that encourages passionate people to do their best work, Mitsubishi continually redefines superiority with one eye on its rich past and one on its boundless future.

  • 1870 - Yataro Iwasaki launched the first Mitsubishi company - a shipping firm.
  • 1872 - The company's name was changed to Mitsukawa Shokai, and then to Mitsubishi Shokai in 1874.
  • Our name - The company's distinctive three diamonds originate from the three oak leaves of the Tosa crest and the three stacked diamonds of the Iwasaki family crest. Mitsubishi, literally translated, means "three diamonds."
  • 1885 - Yataro died and was succeeded by his brother Yanosuke.
  • 1893 - Yataro's son, Hisaya, became President and set up divisions for banking, real estate, marketing and administration, as well as for shipbuilding businesses.
  • 1916 - Yanosuke's son Koyata succeeded Hisaya as president and steered Mitsubishi to leadership in such sectors as machinery, electrical equipment and chemicals.
  • WWII - Koyata encouraged his managers and employees to stand above the xenophobia that swept Japan during the war years. "We count many British and Americans among our business partners and friends who have undertaken projects together with us and who have shared interests with us. Should peace come again, they should again become good and faithful friends."
  • 1946 - After the war, Allied occupation forces demanded that Japan's big industrial groups disband. Mitsubishi headquarters disbanded and many of the Mitsubishi companies split into smaller enterprises.
  • Korean War - Some of the Mitsubishi companies reconstituted themselves, and most began using the name and emblem again.
  • Today - Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. (MDEA) is a direct subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation of Japan, a separate company capitalized and traded on the Tokyo exchange.


In 1997 Mitsubishi opened a new state-of-the-art, four-hundred thousand-square-foot manufacturing facility in North America. Using the very latest in manufacturing science and technology, this remarkable facility is capable of producing more than 1,000 projection televisions in a single day.

Today, MDEA is primarily an American company with more than 99 percent of its employees based in North America. People from many cultures design and engineer its projection televisions at our headquarters in Irvine, California. It’s this strong history of innovation established by our founders, combined with ever-present commitment to perfection, that enables Mitsubishi to produce some of the finest televisions in the world. Because technically, anything’s possible.


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Which Size HDTV is Right for My Room?

HDTV Size chart
With standard-definition TVs, the rule used to be that viewers would feel comfortable watching a set from a distance of 3 to 6 times the screen size in inches. With HDTV, the resolution is so much better that you can sit closer to a larger TV without noticing the pixels. So with HDTVs, the rule tends to be you can sit anywhere from 1.5 to 3 times the screen size (in inches) for the best experience. If you know the size of the room you have already, where you want to sit, and where your new HDTV should go once you get it, you can figure out the size HDTV you should get.
  • Minimum size = Viewing distance/3
  • Maximum size=Viewing distance/1.5

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Customer Reviews

Even on lesser settings, such as standard definition satellite, the picture quality is excellent.
G. Ware Cornell Jr.
1st time the repair replaced the main board -- only then to be told the problem is actually an HDMI incompatibility between Verizon's HD service and Mitsubishi.
M. Williams
If you purchase on of these, plan on buying a home sound system, just like you would with any other flat screen product.
R. Neal

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Bigdumptruck on September 11, 2008
[November 14, 2009 Update: Still love this TV, but it has developed a vertical green line (and sometimes a red one) about 3 inches from the right edge. I'm having a hard time finding about about this issue online, other than to see at least one other person here is experiencing the same thing. Sounds like we may have a design flaw. I'm going to have to lower my rating on the tv at this time, and I'll try to provide information on my experiences dealing with this.]

I cannot stress enough how impressed I am with the picture on this television. My only previous experience with watching an LCD television is on a 42" LG. The LT-46149 is light years better than the LG, for both picture quality and sound, and I didn't think it was possible for one LCD television to be noticeably better than another.

My setup - we have a Wii, an XBox 360, a DirecTV HD DVR and a Panasonic DVD burner (not HD) hooked up to the television. Hooking everything up was incredibly easy (a plus) but what I absolutely love about the Mitsubishi is the fact that I can go and set up the television to recognize what's hooked up so things can be controlled by the one remote. But almost better than that is a tiny touch that has made a huge difference - when switching between inputs, I can NAME them, so no longer do I have to remember if the XBox is on HDMI 1 or 2, I can pick "XBOX" from the list. As I get older, that is the kind of thing that makes you realize someone really took usability into consideration. (Huge Plus)

Sound wise, the LG couldn't hold a candle to the 16 speaker "Sound Projector" system. Right out of the box, we could hear details while playing Halo 3 that we had literally never heard before. It made the game MUCH creepier!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Martin A Hogan HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on September 14, 2008
For several years I have hunted around electronic stores for a good television and sound system. Every salesman told me that people will spend thousands on a screen, but barely anything for sound. This made no sense to me. I ended up with a 5.1 Denon surround system to go with my 27" tube television. Then Mitsubishi releases the first high-quality flat screen television with an integrated sound system that actually produces surround sound. It is an impressive set.

Set-up is fairly easy, as when you first plug in a cable from your DVD player or Cable/Dish, a screen pops up called, "Auto Output Sensing", which guides you through each device.

VIDEO: The border of the LT-46149 is surrounded by a 1" black frame and a 4.5" bottom which includes the Integrated Sound Projector. The screen is a matte plastic that barely reflects any light, even when exposed to lots of indirect light. LCD screens are also lighter than Plasma and are more energy efficient. The setup is fairly intuitive with an array of adjustable features such as contrast, brightness, tint, sharpness, color range, etc. all which produce a truly realistic and vibrant color. This model contains an `international color standard' that supports 1.8 times more colors. I can tell just by adjusting the color setup that this flat screen color quality far surpasses anything I have seen in a store. Television transmission (I use Direct TV Satellite) is very good, but DVD movies are as crisp as anything I have ever seen (I have a SONY DVD/SACD player). You can also adjust the screen ratio to fit your style, such as stretch (Letterbox), stretch plus, narrow, zoom, and expand and standard (Full Screen).
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Saperstein HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 20, 2008
The name doesn't exactly set the blood rushing through your veins and your pulse pounding: Mitsubishi LT-46149 LCD Flat Panel HDTV.

But from the moment you see the picture, even with an ordinary digital cable or DVD signal, you're going to flip. I certainly did - and the picture was only the beginning of the fun.

If you're looking for a super-fast and concise review, here it is: superb video and beyond-belief sound.

And a lot of bells and whistles that I'll get into. After a few minutes with the LT-46149, I was thinking of Blu-Ray and HD cable, both of which I had little interest in until shortly after turning this unit on.

It was delivered via Amazon's White Glove service, which is a real convenience. They give you a delivery time window and then call when they are about 30 minutes away, a nice touch. The delivery service unboxes the unit - which is a marvelous thing, because the box is quite large. They mount the panel on its stand, make sure it works and will remove the box, if you like. Overall, it takes the pain out getting this unit into your home.

Before I get into the really fun part, all the features of this unit and the user experience, I have to comment (profusely) on Mitsubishi TV's customer and support: it is absolutely outstanding. Even though it is based off-shore, the representatives speak flawless, almost unaccented English. They listen carefully. They ask questions. When they don't know something, they say so and get an answer. I don't know if they're working from a script or not, but they sure sound interested in you and your problem. You've probably guessed already that I encountered a problem (defective user - me) and had to call.
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