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The Mitsubishi L75-A94 is a high-end DLP 75" 3D HDTV powered by Mitsubishi's proprietary laser light engine technology.

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Pros

Really not a bad price at all for a 75" 3D TV.

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Extremely accurate colour reproduction and remarkable contrast ratio.

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120Hz refresh rate is great for 2D gaming.

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Can use any iOS device as a remote control.

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Remote control is well thought out and easy to use.

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Built-in WiFi with access to plenty of web content.

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Cons

Extremely heavy at about 150 lbs.

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The Mitsubishi L75-A94 is a high-end DLP 75" 3D HDTV powered by Mitsubishi's proprietary laser light engine technology. It also features Clear Contrast Screen technology, a built-in 3D IR emitter and inbuilt WiFi. Additionally, the L75-A94 sports a new TV remote design with Internet controls and can be controlled via any iOS device by way of a free app.

The L75-A94's laser light engine technology boasts a greater contrast ratio and superior colour reproduction as compared to LED-backlit LCD displays while also boasting a high degree of energy efficiency. Its Clear Contrast Screen technology provides the L75-A94 with greater contrast performance by deepening blacks and brightening whites while reducing glare. Meanwhile, the L75-A94's remote control is designed to offer easier overall operation.

Features
  • Clear Contrast Screen
  • Laser light engine technology
  • Built-In Wireless Internet
  • Built-in 3D IR emitter
  • New TV remote design with Internet controls
  • 4 HDMI inputs
  • Variable Smooth 120 Hz Film Motion
  • PerfectColor/PerfecTint
  • DeepField Imager
  • EdgeEnhance
  • Wired IR Input
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Anonymous
06/30/2011 10:49

Is there a retailer who handles imports to germany ? I am looking for a laser-tv to use it as a pc monitor for nvidia 3d-gaming.

Anonymous
06/30/2011 08:53

What is the release date of the new 94? Great price on the old 75" Laservue, but want to see the "real" price on the newer model with WiFi etc

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