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Mitsubishi WD-60735 60-Inch 1080p DLP HDTV Reviews

Updated on January 5, 2011

As the development of technology, TV has a profound changes. People are likely to choose high definition TV. The pictures should be more fluid and natural. And I am among those people. Considering about finance, I have been wondering for a long time and waiting for high definition TV's price falling down. At last, I found the Mitsubishi WD-60735 60-inch 1080p DLP HDTV. It is definitely amazing. I was attracted by its relatively lower price at the first sight and I was even happier when I read its features. So I replaced my old one and headed to the Mitsubishi WD-60735 60-Inch 1080p DLP HDTV immediately. I have had it for more than two months now. 

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The manufacturer's description almost is almost in compliance with own experience with the TV. It is said in the Internet that x.v. Color is a kind of new standard in high definition color. Yes, precisely. when I was watching the scenes in the TV, I felt the color is in high performance, vivid and natural.


Further more, the TV was really designed under the consideration of our customers, besides its stunning HD display and wonderful colors, it is easy to set up, adjust and control. For an example, I adjusted the color and resolution in my preference easily in the guidance of the brochure once I powered it on. There are not so many problems to do this. Then about its remote control, in terms of input devices, the TV can automatically recognize them when I plug gaming console. It si even more surprising that it can switch which device the TV receives input form. So it reduces my worry about the different form of the inputs.


I am appreciate its exclusive 6-color processor and 3D Ready features, thus the pictures are cool and let me enjoy the 1080p resolution entertainment.


Overall, this HDTV is great, especially for the price. If you are looking to buy a big screen TV with HD capabilities but you don't think it's worth emptying your wallet for, as I used to be. The Mitsubishi Tv is right for you. So I highly recommend it!

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      Parker 5 years ago

      The whole family and I love this Mitsubishi! The colors picture is so clear and sharp. I already had three HD TVs, but since I picked up the Hopper through my job at DISH, I wanted another. The Hopper gives me full HD to four separate rooms, and this Mitsubishi fills that fourth spot better than I thought possible. It looks amazing, and best of all, now everyone can watch their shows in HD, and no one misses a program because of a DVR timer conflict, both of which had been an ongoing battle in my house. Thanks again!

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