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The Mitsubishi WD-82738 is one of four 738 Series, DLP HDTVs released in mid 2010 as an upgrade from the 638 Series.

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Pros

Advanced user menus make fine-tuning very easy, well thought out and offers extreme control of the picture quality

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game mode syncs with the gaming console for lag-free play at the right color settings

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extremely large viewing area, one of the biggest possible for home viewing

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SD upconversion is high quality, doesn't leave grain and doesn't seem dramatically lower quality than HD

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settings out of the box look great, no need to immediately start adjusting it

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Cons

despite advertised "3D ready", doesn't come functional for 3D - need an additional kit with glasses and a converter

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footprint is large, takes up a lot of room

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The Mitsubishi WD-82738 is one of four 738 Series, DLP HDTVs released in mid 2010 as an upgrade from the 638 Series. The WD-82738 and its peers add along additional video calibration options, an optional USB WiFi N adapter, and StreamTV access to over 100 different Internet applications like Facebook, Flickr, Pandora, Picasa, Vudu, and Youtube. More specifically, the WD-82738 is 82” diagonally, making it the largest in the series. Like its peers, it includes support for 1080p high-definition video and comes with a 12-bit video processor, a universal remote, and MDEA’s 6-color processor, which supposedly provides a significant improvement in color reproduction. As for connectivity, the TV is HDMI/CEC compatible and includes component/composite video inputs as well.

Features
  • 738 Series DLP HDTVs
  • Upgrade from 638 Series
  • 82” Diagonal Size
  • 1080P HD Video
  • StreamTV
  • 6-Color Processor
  • HDMI w/CEC
  • HDMI-PC Compatibility
  • 3D DLP Link
  • Game Mode
  • Smooth120
  • EdgeEnhance
  • DeepField Imager
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