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It is an 82" 3D DLP television, the largest model in Mitsubishi's top-of-the-line Diamond 838 Series, to be released in 2010.

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Pros

good black levels - great for movies with dark scenes

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large screen size - great for those looking to build a home theater without having to purchase a projector screen

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great 3D support - produces better quality 3D than that seen in movie theaters

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easy to setup and configure - professional installation not required

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Cons

produces a relatively dim image compared to plasma and LED TVs

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expensive - costs significantly more than competing LCD-based technologies

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requires a darkened room for the best results

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The WD-82838 is an 82" 3D DLP television, the largest model in Mitsubishi's top-of-the-line Diamond 838 Series, to be released in 2010. Like the 65" and 73" 838-Series models, the WD-82838 supports 1080p video and comes with 4 HDMI inputs. Like the models in the 738 Series, it supports StreamTV, enabling access to internet services like Facebook, Flickr, Vudu, and the New York Times. A USB wireless-N adapter is optional. The 838 Series adds a 16-speaker, 32W sound system with Bluetooth streaming support and a subwoofer output. It also adds an array of technologies aiming to improve picture quality, including Dark Detailer, PerfectColor, and PerfecTint. Neither the speaker system nor StreamTV were available with this model's predecessor, the WD-82837.

Features

 

  • 82" DLP panel
  • 3D support
  • 1080p video
  • 5G 12-bit video processor
  • 6-Color Processor
  • StreamTV Internet Media
  • 16-speaker Immersive Sound Technology (32 W)
  • 4 HDMI ports with CEC
  • Composite (x2), component (x2) inputs
  • Optional USB wireless-N adapter
  • Bluetooth A2DP audio streaming
  • Subwoofer output
  • Dark Detailer
  • PerfectColor
  • PerfecTint
  • Smooth120
  • EdgeEnhance
  • DeepField Imager
  • ISFccc advanced video calibration
  • NetCommand
  • Brilliant/Bright/Natural/Game modes
  • Universal remote control
  • Wired IR input
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Anonymous
04/26/2011 07:18

can you use this as a cp monitor

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