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Mitsubishi HC7800D 1080p DLP Home Theater 3D Projector

4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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  • With 1,500lm luminance and a new color management function, the 3D projector provides superior projections.
  • The HC7800D HD projector is equipped with a high-performance extra-low dispersion (ED) 13-lens system for full high definition resolution.
  • The 3D projector features a newly developed variable iris that provides high 100,000:1 contrast
  • The HC7800D HD projector offers DLP, high-precision conversion and original 3D glasses with high-speed liquid-crystal shutter to deliver amazing performance.
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Technical Details

  • 3d-ready
  • 3d-built-in

Product Description

DLP in 3D Brings the 3D experience to DLP in-home projection Built-in 2D to 3D converter Built-in motion-vector technology for high-precision conversion High contrast Instantaneous iris adjustment for high 100,000:1 contrast Cinema color filter Wide-range cinema color filter adjusts color balance for exceptional color and depth Description 3D Home Theater Projector with True Cinema Quality Bring 3D theater home with this stunning, DLP HD projector 3D Projection. The HC7800D is Mitsubishi's first 3D in DLP home theater projector Native 1080p High definition 1080p resolution for amazing picture quality HDMI connectivity Includes two HDMI v1.4 input. Allows for the latest features including Deep Color and full 3D compatibility 3D Converter Integrated 2D to 3D conversion technology brings even classic movies to life in 3D Color Management Our new color management feature allows users to adjust images to their color preferences. Red, green, blue, cyan, magenta and yellow can each be adjusted individually with out affecting the color quality of other colors.

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Technical Details

Brand Name Mitsubishi
Item Weight 12.3 pounds
Product Dimensions 12.9 x 5.6 x 15.6 inches
Item model number HC7800D
Color Name Black
Special Features 3d-ready, 3d-built-in
Frequency Response Curve 50/60

Additional Information

ASIN B00689HPWI
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4.3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,325 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Projectors > Video Projectors
#10,437 in Electronics > Office Electronics > Video Projectors & Accessories
#36,029 in Electronics > Televisions & Video
Shipping Weight 18 pounds
Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First Available November 16, 2011

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Pros - Natural life like image that doesn't appear over-processed, great colors and skin tones, sharp picture. Unbelievable 3D. Plenty bright.

Cons - Useless Auto Iris. 3D glasses are expensive and separately sold.

I've had this projector for about a month now and have been watching more TV than ever. This is my first projector and I spent some time shopping around and viewing different projectors. I had shopped in local stores and saw several on display, usually Sony or JVC. They both looked okay but I didn't like the motion blur or 3D picture on those projectors. The Sony had a setting that tried to smooth the picture but it made it look totally fake. This projector is a DLP, and apparently some people see a rainbow effect, but I never have and no one else in my household does either. Kind of like seeing unicorns maybe!

Our regular TV watching and sports watching are great. But Blu-Rays take it to another level. The clarity and image quality is beyond what I've seen even at my local theater. Movie watching is where this projector really shines. We also watched 1080P movies streamed on line and it was the same stunning picture quality. It might be the 1080P setting, because the XBOX games are 1080P and they too look amazing.

My screen is a 115" Black Diamond 1.4 gain Zero Edge screen from Screen Innovations (16:9 Format). My room is specifically set up as a dedicated home theater and very dark, so ambient light is not an issue. I have two rows of seats at 12 feet and 18 feet from the screen. A majority of viewing is DirecTV and sports, so we generally have some lights on. This projector on this screen is plenty bright, and I use Low lamp mode. The colors are natural looking and not overly saturated.
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Did my research on what projector would fit my budget of 2000.00. Came across two projectors, one being the Epson V11H502020 PowerLite 3D projector and the Mitsubishi HC7800D. Thanks to several websites for doing shootouts between these two projectors. Though the Epson had some really nice features I was turned off by many complaimnts of iris noise and the just the over all loudness of the projector. Plus, I had read the trade-offs between DLP versus LCD. The HC7800D being a DLP projector would produce richer colors and produce an overall sharper image.
That swayed my decesion and I ordered the Mits.

Have it coupled to our Home Cinema as a secondary HD display behind a 55" LG LCD flat panel. We installed a Elite Screens 100" motorized acoustically transparent screen to come down over the LG so we would be able to enjoy 3D cinema in the same home theatre room.
Audio is a powered by the Yamaha RX-773WA AVR coupled to JTR speakers in a 5.1 configuration. By the way, if you've never heard of JTR speakers, google them. They are absolutely stunning speakers to hear and are the finest speakers I've yet to hear under 2000.00. We have Triple 8's as our mains, Quintuple 8 as the center, Single 8's as the rears. LFE is being provided via a Polk 505 powered sub. (I would love anything to go with the JTR Captivator powered sub but sheesh 3.5k for a single speaker is up there).
We use our Home Cinema for predominantly BluRay movies, online streaming services (Netflix, Vudu and Amazon Video) with console gaming (PS3 & XBOX 360).

Back to the projector.
Out of the box it will need some calibrating. Colours seemed to very muted and the blacks were almost gray. After about 30-45minutes of calibration I got the projector showing a simply stunning 2D image.
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This is the best projector I've ever owned, and I've had all of them from a 60-inch Quasar back in 1985 (it was a red-blue-green front projector bounced off a mirror) to a Runco non HD three tube (red, blue,green) projector model back in the 1998 and then a a couple of Benq HD models in the 2000 decade. The HC7800D's 3D is breathtaking and 2D is awesome. I have a 150-inch screen and run it through a Yamaha receiver 7.2, replacing an Onkyo 9.2 that started having HDMI failures and troubles.
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I've had several projectors before, I tried Mitsubishi because my last 2 Optoma's gave a lot of problems. The image of this is amazing, the menu is very easy to use, it does not make noise. It is a little big but it is worthwhile. I don't use 3D since I don't like so I can't comment on that.
I'm using it with a 150" screen that is 7 meters away from the projector and the image is nice.
I higly recommend buying it
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I've owned the HC7800D for nearly two years upgrading from an NEC HT1000. You will see why movie theaters use DLP technology, but don't skimp and try a business projector. Out of the box, picture was perfect (color and contrast). Blu-ray and HDTV are stunning. This projector has only red, blue, green color wheel which is a significant reason picture is so good. Business projectors and many low end home theater projectors have white and sometimes other color segments which are fine for presentations in brighter rooms, but won't cut it for movies. I have a dedicated home theater room with controlled lighting. I am projecting a 104" diagonal image on wall painted with Sherwin-Williams ProClassic Satin Extra White. Handles ambient light well with HDTV. Most movies need the room darkened for best effect. I have not tried 3D yet, personally I don't think 3D capability is worth the price of the glasses.
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