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ODougbo 22nd October 2012 09:36 AM

92" TVs
 
Mitsubishi has a new line up: 4 - 92" TVs on their site. I found 3 of them on the net.
The prices start @ $2,700 if you look around. They can be ordered from your local Wall Mart store also.

Overview / WD-92742 92″ Class 3D Home Cinema TV / Mitsubishi TV

tvrgeek 23rd October 2012 10:27 AM

Well, that pretty much should kill most projectors.

Pano 24th October 2012 10:39 PM

Except that they actually are projectors. ;) (Inside a box with a screen)

Cal Weldon 24th October 2012 11:33 PM

And I imagine the bulbs are about the same as a mortgage payment.

planet10 25th October 2012 01:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pano (Post 3214244)
Except that they actually are projectors. ;) (Inside a box with a screen)

DLP is the give away. Cal, you using yours for a rabbit cage now?

dave

Cal Weldon 25th October 2012 01:22 AM

Nope.
The 57" JVC D-ILA picture is better than the Samsung 50" plasma at the new place. In fact it's better than the 40" RCA LED in the bedroom. The only thing it lacks is off angle viewing. Straight on, that's a great picture. I just wish the bulbs lasted longer or cost less. That's a killer.

stratus46 25th October 2012 04:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cal Weldon (Post 3214378)
Nope.
The 57" JVC D-ILA picture is better than the Samsung 50" plasma at the new place. In fact it's better than the 40" RCA LED in the bedroom. The only thing it lacks is off angle viewing. Straight on, that's a great picture. I just wish the bulbs lasted longer or cost less. That's a killer.

We had a Samsung 50" DLP for almost 7 years. The bulbs lasted 8400 hrs and the second around 7000 and cost me $200 for the pair. The TV ran around 230 Watts to run. The LG LED LCD (Nov 2010) is brighter, clearer and higher resolution and does this on <80 Watts. I wouldn't ever mess with projectors again.

While it looks very good, I'm waiting for better technology, perhaps OLED but the Sony industrial version (PVM series) had DREADFUL gray scale and looked like a worn out CRT. The broadcast version (BVM series) is mush less bad but still not as good as a CRT. Mind you I do not ever want to have a CRT again.

Initially I thought the OP was referring to the Sharp 90" LED set and thought wow, somebody's got $10 Gs to play with.

G

ODougbo 25th October 2012 08:04 AM

Oh really....Thanks for the info guys. We have the sharp 80" Led in a display (vertical), bought it last year for under $5,000. We looked at a Panasonic 103", only $38,000. :eek:

I'll check pricing on the 90" Sharp.


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