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The Mitsubishi WD-73C10 is one of three 3D-Ready HDTVs that can be used to watch 3D Blu-ray movies.

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unbeatable value for the price - comparable LCD/LED/Plasma HDTVs cost exponentially more

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supports 3D glasses out of the box - only the glasses are required

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supports a range of legacy A/V inputs in addition to HDMI - Component, VGA and Composite

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Cons

doesn't look great in a brightly lit room

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heavy - makes the set harder to install and move when required

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refresh rate of only 120Hz - competing LEDs and Plasmas feature more advanced motion technology

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not very thin - can't be mounted on a wall

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The Mitsubishi WD-73C10 is one of three 3D-Ready HDTVs that can be used to watch 3D Blu-ray movies, though a separately purchased pair of 3D glasses is required. As the largest high-definition television in the series, the WD-73C10 houses an ultra-large 73” DLP display with a full 1080p HD resolution, not to mention built-in 120Hz Sub-Frame Rate technology. So though this television is large, it does maintain a quality image with intricate details—something sometimes not found in other large models. Additional features include HDMI CEC functionality for more convenient device management, built-in stereo speakers, and component, composite, and HDMI inputs.

Features
  • 3D Ready HDTV
  • 65" DLP 1080p Display
  • 120Hz Sub-Frame Rate
  • 36-Bit Deep Color
  • 2 Internal Loudspeakers
  • HDMI CE Control (CEC)
  • Analog/Digital/Cable Tuner
  • Component/Composite Video Inputs
  • HDMI Inputs
  • 3D Glasses Emitter
  • Digital Coaxial Audio Output
  • Universal Remote Control
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