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Mitsubishi WD-73C9 73-Inch 1080p DLP Home Theater


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  • Smooth 120Hz
  • Exclusive 6-Color Processor
  • Plush 1080p 5G Improved 12-bit Processing
  • 3D Ready - 3D video, gaming and dual-screen features require compatible 3D source devices, 3D glasses and IR emitters
  • Improved Video Noise Reduction
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Mitsubishi
  • Model: WD-73C9
  • Display Technology: DLP
  • Display Size: 73 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.9 x 65.2 x 43.6 inches ; 92.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 118 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002HHLGDO
  • Item model number: WD-73C9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,679 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2005
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Product Description

With picture perfomance that outpaces today's smaller flat panels, Mitsubishi Home Theater TVs offer a larger than life, intensely vivid viewing experience. In screen sizes ranging from 60 to 82 Inches, Mitsubishi Home Theater TV's define the large screeen entertainment category by offering incomparable value and stronger performance than smaller flat panel televisions!

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Customer Reviews

We've had this TV for about 2 1/2…The picture is still great, but I don't know about the sound quality as we purchased a sound bar at the same time and it sounds great. T… Read more ›
Still no regrets on the purchase for the price I paid. The picture is GREAT! Read more ›
It gives you a lot of bang for your buck. The picture is crisp and clear. I have an older rear projection TV and it still has a great picture. Read more ›
I have had the Rear projection TV for less than one month and am very satisfied with its performance. The picture is bright and of excellent quality. It is a bargain in… Read more ›
I am very happy to say that I wasn't disappointed in the product nor the shipping. The picture is amazing (I did use the other reviewers link to the recommended settings. Th… Read more ›
Bought this TV at our local Costco on sale together with stand for a mere $1,600 bucks. The picture looks great watching Blu Ray and HD channels on Time Warner Cable. I am… Read more ›
The reds are much better than my last tv. The blacks are pretty good too. The speakers are just ok. Read more ›
However, when viewing material that fills the whole screen,…The default color quality is good, if just a bit over-saturated (I have yet to fiddle with all the adjustments). Read more ›
The 837 Mitsubishi Diamond, however, had significant improved picture quality with a feature our dealer explained to be a black and white contrast enhancement which makes… Read more ›
Any other set this size that is not rear-projection DLP,…In my opinion, this set rivals anything else available for contrast, sharpness, brightness and color reproduction. Read more ›
Couple this monitor to a Blu-ray disc player and a sound system, then sit back and enjoy. The video reproduction is astounding, colors warm, blacks reproduced deeply black. Read more ›
It is a huge and beautiful screen right out of the box, my wife made me tone it down a bit. I love big bright colors and she doesn't. So I changed a few settings here and… Read more ›
My son bought the same TV and it cost him $1,500.00 at another site. The picture and sound is awesome!! Overall great purchase, and great deal. Read more ›
We replace with our 3 year old 65" MITSUBISH DLP TV, we see the improvement and really enjoy the 73"…We feel sound quality is even improved than the previous generation Read more ›
LOL! The picture on the WD-73C9 is excellent, but sound is a different story. Read more ›
My friend's Insignia has the best sound I've ever heard on a "newer generation" television. The sound on my WD-73C9 sounds a tad bit "boxy", thin, and just plain… Read more ›
4th the menu is a confusing mess as if to many people had idea's as to how it should look & work so they took all there ideas, even if…5th the remote is as bad as the menu. Read more ›
5…Oh, you can do a lot of things with this HDTV via it's Menu, you just have to go into many, many sub mens's to do it & the remote control is poorly designed for this Menu. Read more ›
Cons: I do not like it controlling my peripherals through the HDMI. If you turn off the DVD player before the TV it will turn it back on, and it changes the input based on… Read more ›
The screen surface is not perfectly flat, perhaps due to its large size: both upper corners of the screen are slightly bowed inwards (diagonally), and this creates… Read more ›
It is a huge and beautiful screen right out of the box, my wife made me tone it down a bit. I love big bright colors and she doesn't. Read more ›
It arrived within a week and was very well packaged. The price was outstanding. The same TV at other sites was at least $300.00 more. Read more ›
I had no trouble plugging in all my…For now I have a vastly superior system for a more than reasonable price, and can work on my components as and when I feel like it. Read more ›
Pros: Great picture size and features for the money Good picture Read more ›
Awesome screen size, provides movie theater experience in my living room. I can't rave about this purchase enough, everything about this TV is a pro, except for the clunky… Read more ›
This was an upgrade from a 40" tube Mitsubishi that we've had for more than 15 years, and the difference makes me giddy. PS3 games, bluray and netflix look awesome. My… Read more ›
I picked it up at the shipping terminal and it was expertly packaged and in perfect condition. Set up was as easy as it gets and the picture quality is fantastic. I have… Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

71 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Bang-for-the-buck on November 16, 2009
Actually purchased this set from [...] on a promo including the matching 73" stand from Mits. I'm honestly surprised Costco sells any DLP sets considering how dark their picture setup was on the sales floor. I bought it 2 months ago based on the confidence taken from prior buyers experience, my own experience w/ a 2004 Samsung 61" DLP, and lastly, the review of a similar model 65" Mits in the Sept 2009 issue of Home Theater Mag.

When I got it setup and began trying to adjust the picture settings to my liking, I couldn't seem to find the right combination to suit me. Fortunately, Home Theater Mag's article gave the precise user settings they employed during their testing. I tried them and, voila, excellent picture. I actually feel the picture exceeds my prior Samsung's quality, and I always raved about it.

If you are happy with a 50" or smaller picture, consider all formats. But if you are drawn to a true movie experience combining picture excellence with low cost, look no further. These new Mits DLP units really perform.

The web site below will show you the settings HT Mag used for their testing:

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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By J. Cook on September 13, 2009
I got the 73" C9 3 days ago. Blu rays, xbox 360, and HD DVR are all AWESOME on it. There are tons of tweaks to picture, color, etc.

The C9 has the same 2 settings that the 737 supposedly had exclusive (deepfield imager and sharp edge) from the C9 series.

The C9 appears to be the exact same TV as the 737 but with different marketing (big box stores, discount model etc).

It is a huge and beautiful screen right out of the box, my wife made me tone it down a bit. I love big bright colors and she doesn't. So I changed a few settings here and there and got a happy medium for both of us. But when I play xbox 360 I crank that baby back up to brilliant on the game mode and it looks very very nice!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By BarryG on March 1, 2010
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Don't be fooled into buying Mitsubishi's more expensive 73" model. Check out the specs. Download the manual. This is the same TV/monitor that goes for twice the price. You will find this mentioned in one or two other reviews.

Amazon delivered the unit on time (as usual... Thank you Amazon!), and the guys set it exactly where I wanted it, plugged it in and tested it. Who could as for more in a free delivery?

This monster sits at the end of my king size bed. Excessive? I don't watch television, but I review videos and films, so I require a good monitor.

Know one thing. Any other set this size that is not rear-projection DLP, will cost thousands of dollars more. In my opinion, this set rivals anything else available for contrast, sharpness, brightness and color reproduction.

However, a caveat: If you have excellent eyesight, which I am blessed to have, you will notice the screen "crawl"... microscopic movement caused by the tiny processing mirrors. I have never viewed a DLP screen that did not exhibit this characteristic. If that is going to bother you, I believe an equivalent sized LED screen goes for about $15,000. Or was it $150,000?

Now, for the good stuff. The TV sets itself up, pretty much. Just follow simple on-screen instructions. It has a side input, three HDMI back inputs, 3D ready, with various other types of component inputs. It's energy efficient. Couple this monitor to a Blu-ray disc player and a sound system, then sit back and enjoy. The video reproduction is astounding, colors warm, blacks reproduced deeply black.

I have noticed that some reviewers mention their disappointment with the sound that this unit produces through its own speakers. I don't know what to say to that.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By M. Kim on December 18, 2009
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When I ordered this from Amazon, I was a bit nervous about ordering something this large from an e-tailer and having it shipped across the country. I had visions of it arriving all mangled & having to ship it back at my expense. I ordered this one day after Thanksgiving, and I was given an estimated delivery date after Christmas. However, I was pleasantly surprised to receive a message about a week later that the TV had been shipped. The product was delivered less than a week later, and it arrived in good condition. So overall, I'd rate the whole buying experience as very good. The box was enormous, so you definitely need two people to move it into your house. Also, it doesn't come with an HDMI cable, so make sure you have one on hand.

I'd rate the picture quality of the TV as "good." The screen surface is not perfectly flat, perhaps due to its large size: both upper corners of the screen are slightly bowed inwards (diagonally), and this creates noticeable problems with the screen geometry when viewing letter-boxed films. The picture gets "bent" at both upper corners due to this screen bowing (as in, not a straight line all the way across the width of the picture). However, when viewing material that fills the whole screen, this problem is not noticeable. The default color quality is good, if just a bit over-saturated (I have yet to fiddle with all the adjustments). I've watched a few football games on this TV, but unlike what another reviewer said about "blurred picture in action scenes", I have not noticed any such blurring. Lastly, I've noticed some uneven backlighting, in that the upper edge of the screen is slightly darker than the rest of the screen, especially at the corners.
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