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Mitsubishi’s 92-In. 3D TV DLP Tops ’11 Line

Mitsubishi has shared some details on its new 2011 line of 3D TVs as well as their components and notable features.

Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America revealed details on its 2011 TV line, lead by 92-inch 3D DLP Home Cinema TV which it previewed during CES in January.

New models include DLP TVs ranging from 73 to 92 inches.

“Consumers are demanding outrageously large screens with the high speed response and picture quality to transform 3D TV watching into a bigger-than-life, fully immersive experience,” said Max Wasinger, executive VP of sales and marketing, Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America.  “We’re responding with a new strategic focus that clearly [distinguishes] Mitsubishi.”

Mitsubishi’s Diamond 840 series, which includes its flagship 92-inch 3D DLP Home Cinema TV, comes with a range of enhancements and upgrades.  These include a new Clear Contrast Screen that mitigates ambient light through a specially-formulated screen material to deliver deep blacks, bright whites and a wide range of colors in between.  And the series’ features integrated Immersive Sound Technology (IST) 16-speaker Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound system that delivers balanced home theater audio, without the need for separate components, the company said.

The Diamond 840 Series and LaserVue models offer a connected TV feature, Mitsubishi’s iPhone, iPod touch and iPad remote control application, which will be available for free in the iTunes store.

Mitsubishi leverages connected TV, with wireless Internet capability featured in its 740 and 840 series, and wireless Internet built in to the LaserVue televisions. Mitsubishi’s StreamT feature, available on 740 and 840 series and LaserVue televisions, provides instant access to an extensive library of online entertainment and social media content.

Mitsubishi’s LaserVue laser light consumes only 84.6 watts, one of the lowest watts-per-inch ratio in the industry, the company said.

See the source page for other models and pricing.



Source: Twice



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