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Mitsubishi WD-60735 60-Inch 1080p DLP HDTV (2008 Model)

2.7 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Mitsubishi
  • Model Number: WD-60735
  • Display Technology: DLP
  • Display Size: 60 inches
  • Image Contrast Ratio: 16:9
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Product Description

Enhance your home theater with our large screen 3D Ready 1080p DLP HDTVs. Lightweight and energy efficient, our 735 Series offers the best value without compromise.

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Technical Details

Brand Name Mitsubishi
Item Weight 71 pounds
Product Dimensions 53.9 x 14.4 x 36.7 inches
Item model number WD-60735
Color Name Plat. Black
Speaker Type Built-in

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ASIN B00166BNFS
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2.7 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

2.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #361,440 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#4,466 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions
Shipping Weight 81.2 pounds
Date First Available April 18, 2005

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My Brother owns the 73" version of this television, and I've been very impressed with that. Having slightly less room, I decided to go with the 60", in addition for cost reasons.

This type of Display is unique in that, if you go to a store and look at them in daylight, in a brightly lit store, with LCD's and Plazma's all around, you'll think nobody would want a TV like this. It's not as bright, it's 'softer'. Once you get one of these in your home, and don't have these other overly bright displays clouding your judgement, you'll find viewing on a DLP VASTLY superior to a flickery LCD or HotWax looking Plazma. The picture is so natural and smooth, it's incredible. Colors are so spot on, it's amazing. And, I think, while a DLP isn't as bright, it does a lot nicer job in dark passages than will an LCD.

I do not notice any shimmering on this TV as I do on LCD. I'm a bit sensitive to that and watching one of my own BRay movies at a friends house on a 52" LCD with a PS3 player, I can honestly say, any hint of buyers remorse vanished when I saw his new display. (which cost more than twice as much btw). Tonight in fact, his PS3 is coming to play back on my TV so we'll see how that works out. I'm interested to see if there's jitter on my TV with it. I use a Home Theater PC for playback and DVI-HDMI for video. I have no issues whatsoever. I think I prefer the color representation from the PC better than standalone players.

Long term (marathon movie sessions) on this display are not fatiguing at all to my eyes, like other much brighter displays. Very short periods of looking at an LCD give me serious eye fatigue. Not to mention, they're so small!
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Update..Its's February 2014 and the TV is still going strong
I do not get the sense that I need to replace the bulb yet!
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PRO's: The Price.
As compared to an LCD or Plasma TV, for the amount of *viewing* real estate at 60" the DLP at 1080P resolution is hard ot beat, price-wise.

Purchased for $1399 with 3 years interest free from CC. I noticed it lower to $1299 for cash.

An equivalent LCD or Plasma whould have cost me $2500.

This is my first experience with DLP and so far I have no regrets (knock-on-wood). The unit weight is light enough for the wife to help you set it up.

The resolution and color is easily configured to your liking and hooking up to DirectTV HD is a joy to watch that you can't go back to standard definition.

Hooking up via HDMI is a breeze and it does auto sense. Remote Control is well designed and easy to navigate. I was able to program my Yamaha Receiver and DirectTV unit and just use one remote control.

CON's: It should have an option like my other TV's to disconnect the TV audio so sound only eminates from my Home Theatre system.

Start-up is slower than CRT or LCD but not long enough to complain.

I would have chosen the 65" if it was not for my TV Niche being only large enough for the 60 " model. The Sale price difference was $100.

Makes you wonder how much it costs for the factory to build a unit?

Only time will tell if DLP was the right choice for me but so far no regrets. Viewing this TV is such a pleasure with HD that I would not have dreamed of experiencing this 10 years ago.

Well done Mitsubishi, a large, quality widescreen TV made affordably to the common man.
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I have been wanting to go Hi Def for a couple of years now. But a lot of the hi def T.V.s were still out of my reach on price. That is until I saw this one. Everything I wanted and then some, especially the DLP, which makes all the difference with a projection t.v. Not to mention 3 HDMI inputs on the back, plus component on the back and on the front. My XBOX 360 looks amazing. Standard images seem a little blurry or snowy at times, but there are plenty of ways to dial that in using all the features on this t.v. Very happy with the purchase. Lamp cartridges have to be replaced every once in a while. Every 3 years if you have the t.v. on all day every day. Can last up to eight years if you watch it say only 5 to 8 hours a day. Not to mention, the price. Less than $2000 for a 60inch screen. Can't get that with LCD or Plasma. Love it.
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I have been researching HDTV's for the past 4 months and I had narrowed my selection down to the Mitsubishi brand. This 60" screen is an AMAZING deal for only $1,400 and I would highly recommend it for anyone looking for good picture quality and does not want to spend $2,000+ on a flatscreen of the same size.
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We loved our 2009 Mitsubishi 60 inch DLP HD TV right up to the July 2013 when the pin size white spots began to appear. Wouldn't you know it.....our older 2008 model has a faulty DLP light engine chip which must be replaced. Part#276P595010. I'm on line with Mitsubishi as I write this review to see if they are willing to work with their customers on this problem even after an expired warranty. Rumor has it that there is a possible class action law suit being reported for all the people who are having this problem. Cost to repair without Mitsubishi's help is about $700 dollars. I've finished the call and Mitsubishi is willing to pay for the $225 chip and has a reduction in service repair from $700 down to $200+ tax that we will have to pay to a TV repair company in our area, that they have made a contract with here in Tacoma. TV repairman says that they receive about 3 of these TV's a month with this problem. FYI....We still love this TV and in spite of the problem....we would recommend getting it especially since they have newer models that do not have this problem.
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