Mitsubishi LaserVue TV

Sony officially stopped production of their rear production LCD even though they made huge improvements of technology. I currently have a rear projection LCD and its fantastic, and it was a great bargain for price. Now Mitsubishi have come up with the LaserVue TV which has amazing features and sizes ranging from 65″ to 73″, and the price at $7000 which isn’t bad compared to LCDs or Plasmas. And they aren’t as thick as before, since its only about 10 inches thick which isn’t that much for something that big and at a reasonable price. The TV uses laser beams to provide unmatched color reproduction, clarity, and depth of field. Features include 120Hz operation, 1080p resolution, x.v. Color, and 3D-ready viewing capabilities.

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  1. Marzouq have ever had to change the projection bulb inside the TV? I don’t know, sales people at best buy and circuit city keeps saying that these projection TVs are easily worn out and you’ll have to change the bulbs once in a while.

    Also how’s the picture in HD (blu-ray); did you see any difference between your picture and LCD and plasmas?

  2. Salah: I have had the screen for 2 years now, its a 70 inch Sony Rear Projection LCD. I have a spare bulb but I have never had to use it. I use the screen extensively, its connected to an XBox, HTPC, and DVD Player. And the difference of HD from normal video can be clearly seen, but the difference from LCD and Plasma from what I have is minimal but noticeable but the price difference is what worked in favor of it and its size. If you have the space I would go for a rear projection LCD again.

  3. tartooob

    LCD & Plasma will be in the past, say welcome to the new technology of True HD / Laser & OLED

  4. Not Dead Yet

    LCDs will become obsolete in the wake of Laser TVs since, as I’ve read somewhere, that its lifespan will exceed LCDs and Plasma TVs. Also, picture quality will be the same from day 1 to infinity!

    Can’t wait to see other companies start producing this.

  5. tartoob: I have recently seen an OLED screen and they look damn good!

    Not Dead Yet: Same here!

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