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SV Staff Posted: Jun 25, 2008 0 comments
Mitsubishi's LaserVue rear-projection 1080p DLP television was a knock-out at the Consumer Electronics Show last January. We were genuinely blown away by the vivid color and sharp detail of this prototype screen. But, we wondered, when would it...
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SV Staff Posted: Jul 01, 2008 0 comments
Mitsubishi is making some big splashes in the HDTV pool. They just announced some exciting news, which includes 3-D DLP packages with new screen sizes. But, perhaps the most exciting news is in the LCD line. Mitsubishi is releasing two new sets:...
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Jun 10, 2009 0 comments

Things were jumping in Mitsubishi's room at the CEA Line Shows today. First up was the resurrection of LaserVue, a DLP rear-projection TV illuminated with red, green, and blue lasers instead of conventional lamps or even LEDs.

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Mark Fleischmann Posted: Feb 11, 2010 0 comments
OLED displays may well be the next wave in flat panels after LED-backlit LCDs. But making them in home theater worthy sizes has been a stretch up till now. Well, Mitsubishi has broken the size barrier by demonstrating a 149-inch OLED display at trade shows in Japan and Amsterdam.
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Mark Fleischmann Posted: Jun 25, 2008 0 comments
Mitsubishi showed off its creativity in three different ways at a New York press demo yesterday. Laser-backlight LCD-HDTVs were on display, along with 5.1-channel sound built into sets, and 3D for both movies and games.
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user Posted: Apr 16, 2005 0 comments
As is their practice this time of every year, Mitsubishi recently invited dealers to a secret location (actually it was in Orlando, Florida) where, amidst much hoopla, wining and dining, and the all-important dealer/sales representative bonding (courtesy of the wining and dining), the company unveiled the HDTVs which will be available for delivery to home theaters later this year. Mitsubishi's introduction brought to light 17 new models and involved several of the world's most sought after display technologies.
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Thomas J. Norton Posted: Apr 17, 2005 0 comments

QuickMotion. SmartShutter. Dark Detailer. Plush Imaging. Plush720p. Plush1080p. DeepField Imager. SharpEdge. Buzzwords were flying faster than you could swat them at Mitsubishi's April 2005 line show in Orlando, Florida. Journalists were flown in from all over the US to view the latest Mitsubishi televisions, loaded with these exciting&mdash;or at least exciting <I>sounding</I>&mdash;features.

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Michael Berk Posted: Mar 21, 2011 0 comments

As noted by HDGuru over the weekend, Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America has confirmed that it will indeed "exit the LCD-TV market entirely" by the end of 2011, concentrating from here on out on its consumer rear-projection televisions (including its highly regarded

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HT Staff Posted: Dec 07, 2000 0 comments
Tired of the slow rollout of HDTV? Got a growing library of DVDs? Been waiting in vain for the appearance of affordable HD displays? If the answer is "Yes," you may wish to tide yourself over with an inexpensive NTSC rear projector.
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Scott Wilkinson Posted: Jul 01, 2005 0 comments

Mitsubishi made history yesterday during an event held at Ken Cranes Home Entertainment store in West Los Angeles, where they unveiled the first 1080p (1920x1080) DLP RPTV available to the public. With many Mitsubishi and Texas Instruments dignitaries on hand, shoppers got their first look at the 52-inch WD-52627 ($3699), which was available for purchase then and there. Also on display was the 73-inch WD-73927 ($7999), which won't be available until August. All in all, Mitsubishi will have nine 1080p models with sizes of 52, 62, and 73 inches in four product lines, which will be released in a staggered schedule over the summer.

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SV Staff Posted: Aug 21, 2008 0 comments
WHDI. Remember that acronym. Consider having it tattooed across your chest, or at least shaved into your head. It stands for Wireless High-Definition Interface. Developed by AMIMON, and embraced by more and more electronics manufacturers, WHDI lets...
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SV Staff Posted: Aug 23, 2008 0 comments
Mitsubishi is showing off a prototype of a 40mm-thin LCD TV, but the real deal should be ready to roll this fall. Specs for the prototype are slim, but the TV does have a 1920 x 1080p resolution. Display size, luminance and contrast ratio hasn't...
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user Posted: Jun 10, 2009 Published: Jun 11, 2009 0 comments
Mitsubishi made a big splash at the CEA Line shows with LaserVue and conventional RPTVs (click here for more on those) as well as a new line of LCD TVs dubbed Unisen. All feature the Immersive Sound Technology soundbar that made its debut last year, though none use LED backlighting.
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Thomas J. Norton Posted: Apr 07, 2008 0 comments
Will there be laser light in your home theater some day? Mitsubishi hopes so. To the best of our knowledge, it is the only company about to use lasers as the light source for some of its DLP-based, rear projection televisions.
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SV Staff Posted: Dec 29, 2008 0 comments
Everyone goes on and on about how a TV looks. How often does anyone mention how it sounds? Like, never!  You know that some people are spending a fortune on a new TV, but completely ignoring their sound system.  There are plenty of...


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