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Old 06-09-2011, 02:03 AM
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The WD-65738 television set from Mitsubishi was marketed as a set that could easily bring the movie theater experience home. It turns out that it was actually able to do such a thing with relative ease. This is one of the most impressive and most theater-like television sets on the market.

The images on the sixty-five inch screen were created in very vibrant forms. The images were made with a six color processor that worked to get a massive number of shades produced.

The 1080p images were seamless in transitions in that there was no blurring at all during the test on the set. This worked to make it easier for the set to handle a full 16:9 DLP display that helped to make it feel like one is at the movies.

Three-dimensional movies have become the rage in recent years and the WD-65738 set delivers on this front. The set is 3D compatible. The devices and glasses that are needed for the set are not included though. Buying these items would set a person back by a few hundred dollars.

The speakers that are integrated in the set leave something to be desired. There are only two speakers on the set. However, there are two audio outputs on the set. These outputs were able to link to other surround sound devices so that the best sounds could be created. This truly makes up for the lack of any stronger sound features on the set.

One problem was that the set cannot handle media cards or USB drives. This was a problem because it means that it will not be very easy to get video from a camera or camcorder to be played back on the set with ease. It would require putting data on a DVD-R in order for it to work on the set.

A surprising part of this set is that its DLP projection system works to create about 200 watts of energy when it is in use. It will not drain too much energy like some other sets on the market.

The set turned out to be about two thousand dollars in value. This set, like other Mitsubishi sets, is a set that is about three to five hundred dollars cheaper than other comparable sets. This makes for a great deal on a large television set that can work to recreate a good movie going experience without the sticky floors.
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