April 08, 2009 by Chuck McKenney
If you like big screens and 3D technology, check out Mitsubishi’s new 737 and 837 series of DLP rear-projection TVs.
The 737 Series brings 1080p to four screen sizes: 60, 65, 75 and 82 inches. All feature 3D-Ready viewing technology.
The models include Smooth 120Hz, an Advanced Video Calibration Mode, JADE activity based user interface, improved DeepField Imager, SharpEdge video noise reduction, ultra-thin frames and 6-Color Processor (which Mitsubishi claims provides significantly more color reproduction than typical flat panel TVs). All models are EnergyStar 3.0 qualified.
The 837s also feature four HDMI inputs (1.3a), NetCommand home networking system, USB media input, ISFccc certification, and RS-232C control interface (Click here to read entire press release).
The 737 and 837 series are available now. Here’s a breakdown of the pricing by series:
- WD-60737 - $1,499.00
- WD-65737 - $1,799.00
- WD-73737 - $2,499.00
- WD-82737 - $4,199.00
- WD-65837 - $2,199.00
- WD-73837 - $2,999.00
- WD-82837 - $4,999.00
Mitsubishi is also rolling out a new Unisen line of LCD TVs. These displays come with a built-in 5.1 channel, 16-speaker audio bar. You also get 120Hz, four HDMI 1.3a inputs, USB media port and the ultra-thin frame design.
We’ve listed screen sizes and pricing for the Unisen Series:
- 40-inch ($1,799)
- 46-inch ($2,199)
- 52-inch ($2,599)
- 40-inch ($1,999)
- 46-inch ($2,399)
- 52-inch ($2,899)
249 Diamond Series
- 46-inch ($2,799)
- 52-inch ($3,299)
All Unisen models will ship in May.
Click here to read entire Unisen press release.
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