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Mitsubishi WD-92840 92-Inch 1080p 3D Projection TV (2011 Model)

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  • Brand Name: Mitsubishi
  • Model Number: WD92840
  • Display Technology: dlp
  • Display Size: 92 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:09
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Product Description

The Mitsubishi WD-92840 92" Class Widescreen 3D DLP HDTV provides a cinematic picture with any film in 2D or 3D with its colossal 92-inch widescreen display, surpassing competing flat panels. Utilizing DLP technology, expect vivid pictures with full HD 1080p pictures and a 120Hz sub-frame rate that will blow your mind. To complete your viewing enjoyment, this HDTV comes with 4 HDMI ports, and 16 speakers producing immersive sound with a 32 Watt total output for the most entertainment out of your powerful multimedia devices.

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Mitsubishi WD-92840 92-Inch 1080p Projection TV 73-inch Diamond 3D DLP Home Cinema TVIt means the big screen should be great fun, and the Mitsubishi WD92840 92-inch DLP does not disappoint. A panel contrast and color reproduction to produce incredible pictures with stunning color and clarity. DLP technology creates an image more of your favorite movies and 3D games, while a 16-channel integrated audio bar offers unprecedented audio TV. streaming options by this monster around, with Vudu entertainment applications.

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Brand NameMitsubishi
Item Weight194 pounds
Product Dimensions25 x 82 x 55 inches
Item model numberWD92840
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color Nameblack
Specification MetEnergy Star
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Best Sellers Rank #112,513 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight251 pounds
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Date First AvailableJuly 15, 2011
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161 of 164 people found the following review helpful By CaptainTaco on December 21, 2011
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Well what is there to say... I am glad there are so many reviews out there that make such a big deal about certain "flaws" this TV purportedly has; not because this swayed me from buying the TV, but instead because it made them seem so insignificant once the TV arrived...

Let us start with the obvious, this TV is absolutely massive. People displayed on the TV are literally life sized and in some cases larger. That being said, I have this TV in a fairly large room, however, it is a rather odd shaped room and the seating positions have to be altered accordingly, so for all intents and purposes I will call this room 12x13 (These are the dimensions of the room if you were to outline around where the couch has to be, all the way around to where the TV has to be). This places viewer's heads about 9 feet from the screen when seated. What I can tell you is this is absolutely fine when viewing HD content, be it off a cable box, computer, or Blu-ray, there are many that have commented "you need to sit at least X feet away from the TV", some claiming 12 feet or 14 feet; while I cannot speak for these people, I can assure you at 9 feet HD content looks great.

THX has a formula to calculate the best viewing distance for a given TV (assuming you are viewing HD content) the formula is screen size divided by 0.84. So for this TV, 92/0.84 = 109.52 inches, or about 9.13 feet. That being said, standard definition content is not so appealing at this distance... Technically you would have to be about 20 feet away for standard definition content to look good... but who watches standard definition on a 92 inch TV?

The next big gripe about this TV was the reflectivity of the screen, the reviews I had read had me quite worried about this.
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83 of 84 people found the following review helpful By G. Gray on December 31, 2011
I am not new to Big DLPs. I have owend or currently own the following DLPs: a 56" Sammy, a 65" HP, a 72" Sammy, an 82" Mitsubishi and now the new 92" WD92840. All are still in service either at my house or a close relative's home. Each time I bought a newer larger set, the the newer TV was a step forward in a number of ways. Th WD-92840 is a giant leap forward in almost every way not just its jumbo dimensions. I am not a DLP or any other TV technology fan boy. I also own Plasma and LED/LCD displays. I am a fan of value and DLP means bang for the buck. The WD-92840 at $3999 was the ultimate in big bang for the buck.

Leaving aside the sheer size and heft of this TV It is the new clear screen that separated this TV from previous rear projection DLPs. There are tradeoffs to having the clear screen and this set will not be right for every room. First the very good:

Excellent sharpness
Very good blacks
Bright Display -This set has amazing brightness considerting it is using the same wattage lamp Mits was using on 60" DLPs only last year. It is in fact much brighter than my 82" set which also has a 180 watt lamp. That the 92" is so much brighter then my 2009 82" is very surpising considering the lamp is illuminating 30 percent more screen.

Color can be adjusted to near perfect, older Mits sets were not noted for accurate color. The color accuracy of this set is very. very good, and can be calibrated to near perfect. I have not used the internal color controls as yet. I am using an external video processor (DVDO DUO) and Chromapure software to do an auto-calibration. The Video Processor and the ChromaPure software together give the capability to atuo-calibrate.This kind of capability is similar to Audyssey on an AVR receiver.
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72 of 77 people found the following review helpful By David on October 20, 2011
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I had the 73 inch wd73835 for one and a half years and was very satisfied with the picture quality and the 3D was very good as well. I upgraded to the wd92840 and am happy with the quality of most HiDef programming but the standard definition programs are not nearly as nice. It seems that the screen size magnifies any video noise and picture imperfections. The 3D quality is not as good as the 73 inch either and the screen is so much more reflective then the 73 inch as well. I love the TV size and I just close the blinds if needed. I am happy with the purchase and would do it again but I would recommend people go see the TV at a local store before buying so you understand the TVs limitations.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Fred Ellis on January 31, 2012
I don't post many reviews (I should do it more often because I read many of them and somewhat base purchasing decisions from the reviews.)

I've had this TV for a month now and here are my thoughts. First of all this thing is pretty dang big and heavy. I'm not a videophile by any means, but the picture on this TV is the very good. I only watch HD progamming (DirecTV), so to even comment about SD programming with this TV is silly. Seriously, who buys a TV like this and watches any thing but HD programming? Colors and flesh tones are very "natural" looking on this TV. Everything is just so much bigger and still very sharp. I was actually noticing the makeup on the actors/actresses on many of the shows that my wife and I watch. Sports and especially football are phenomenal. This TV replaced a Samsung 67" HL67A750 which was their DLP with LED lights instead of the bulb, which replaced a Sony 60" KDS-60A3000 with their SXRD technology. The Mitsubishi has the best picture than the previous two, with the Sony coming in second.

The speakers are OK, but not great. I have it everything hooked up to a 7.2 Yamaha home theater receiver and never use the internal speakers, but I did use them for a week or so before getting the Yamaha. If you didn't already have a home theater setup, I'd recommend at least getting a subwoofer to complement the internal speakers.

There are many features on the TV. I hooked it up to the internet to try some of the apps. It was OK, but if I'm going to use the internet I'd rather surf on a real computer. I haven't tried any 3D viewing to comment on that. I haven't had it "calibrated" either but there are many adjustments to get the picture looking the way you want.

I read some of the other review about the reflections.
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