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Mitsubishi WD-60C9 60-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 Number: WD-60C9
  • Display Technology: DLP
  • Display Size: 60 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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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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Brand Name Mitsubishi
Item Weight 64.9 pounds
Product Dimensions 15.1 x 53.9 x 36.7 inches
Item model number WD-60C9

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4.0 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #313,797 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#3,376 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions > LED & LCD TVs
Shipping Weight 78.1 pounds
Date First Available July 1, 2009

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By Ryan Lutz on October 1, 2009
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This TV looks absolutely amazing, I would highly recommend anyone looking for a large TV (in the range of 60"+) to get a DLP TV. Try finding a plasma or LCD of this size that's comparably priced--they don't exist. TV is very easy to setup, has excellent picture quality, great sound (suitable until you can setup a surround sound install for it) and a great price. The only downside is that DLP televisions are thicker generally than Plasma and LCD so they aren't usually wall mounted, but for a savings of 1000+ USD, who cares?

One thing I will say is, if you go to a brightly lit showroom and compare LCD to Plasma to DLP, you will probably think that DLP isn't as good, because under that bright and harsh a light, the brighter a TV appears, the better you assume the picture quality, but then when you bring it home those super bright colors just appear washed out and harsh. Also, when dealing with LCD and Plasma, after 20,000 or so hours they will be significantly dimmer and at around 40,000 hours they will probably be unwatchable and you'll have to buy an entirely new TV. With DLP, after a few years you just need to pop in a new lamp at the cost of around 100 bucks, and you've basically got a brand new TV.

Bottom line, if you want a very large TV that supports 1080P and 120HZ (important for watching fast action scenes filmed at 24 FPS) and don't mind having to buy a stand instead of a wall mount kit, then DLP is the way to go and this TV is among the best value in the DLP realm.

Also, I must say buying with Amazon has proved to be a great experience. The first TV I received had a small crack in the bottom of the screen that occured during the shipping process. I called Amazon and they immediately shipped me a replacement. The carrier that came unpacked the new TV, packed up the old damaged TV, installed the new TV, and took ALL the packaging for both TV's--Completely hassle-free!
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This TV is very impressive. I'm watching Sunday Night Football and the picture is phenomenal. 1080p from my gaming systems is great. Needless to say, I really like the TV. I spent about a month comparing TVs and this was exactly what I was looking for.

Price - Price per inch is the best of any HDTV!
Great picture - Not the best but definitely not the worst. The picture is gorgeous how it sits, although the LED TVs do look better.
120Hz - The 120Hz processing is the cutoff for noticeable difference in screen rates. 240Hz is not worth the extra money.
Video processing - Looks smooth, not overdone. This can be turned off (which is a benefit for hardcore gamers).
Altitude - Not a problem (vs Plasmas)
Image Burning - Not a problem
Six Color Colorwheel - Expands the color gamut & eliminates rainbowing.
3D Ready - 3D is a great way to immerse yourself into your media. I haven't seen it in action, but I've read that the setup is easy and the effect works well.

Contrast/Darks - Not the best, but not bad. The room that my TV is in has lights on most of the time, so a huge contrast ratio isn't really needed. It still looks great when the room is completely dark, just not as good as an LED/Plasma would.
Viewing Angle - Probably the worst part about the TV. The left to right angle is ok, about 45* off center before it becomes noticeably darker. The up/down is worse, you'll definitely want your head near the middle of the TV.
Bulb Life - This is kind of a pro and con: When an LCD/Plasma dies out, you're buying a new TV. With the DLP you can just replace the bulb. From what I've read it's around 5000 hours before changing out the bulb, and the bulbs cost approx $140.
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We've been waffling over an HDTV for quite some time now, and have had a blu-ray player for nearly a year with no way to truly appreciate what it can do. I had to shop for a long time and take a lot of things into consideration before I finally made a purchase. I had never seen a DLP in person, and with the time being right to buy, I bought one based on reviews here, elsewhere and on our viewing and budget needs. I'm not an electronics professional, and I don't sit around watching TV very much. I did go into the local store to see what they were offering in person and have watched a couple of blu-ray movies, some regular broadcast TV and some cable on it.

I love the picture on this TV. I didn't have to adjust a single thing for it to look right to me as far as color or contrast. It was perfect out of the box for me. This is a subjective thing, so you should at least try to see one in person as compared to LCD or plasma. It is not as bright, however, we didn't want or need something as bright as LCD/plasma. My husband mostly watches in the dark, and when I watch I have low lighting on because I am light-sensitive. An LCD/plasma supposedly has better image quality, but there is not much difference from what I can tell. You will probably want a separate sound system for a full theatre experience, but just out of the box, sound is acceptable as far as I'm concerned.

It is too deep to mount on the wall, but this was not an issue for us. My husband was able to put this on the TV shelf we already had by himself, hook up the cables and we were watching in less than 30 minutes. There are side ports for easier access, and it is very light weight even at 70 pounds.
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