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Old 02-15-2012, 04:34 PM   #13
Captain Kirk Captain Kirk is offline
Feb 2012

Originally Posted by Hillside Trece View Post
Interesting analysis; I too found the images on the 70" Sharp at a local BB to be pretty eye-catching, but I happen to like the look of LCD at any rate. With the Mitsubishis, it's a weird thing...depending on where I've seen them set up and displayed, the picture quality is either atrocious or good -- but never ridiculously great. That's why I was so concerned about purchasing one of these because I have a rear projection set now, and while my Sony SXRD is nice, I am wondering if one of the Mitsubishis -- more than likely the smallest 72 or 73", whatever it is -- would yield a great improvement in viewing experience save for the massively larger screen...
I had the SXRD in my bedroom until I upgraded it recently. I had it during the same time as ownership of the 72" DLP and I honestly didn't think the DLP yielded a better picture quality. It's more a size vs cost thing. I don't think the Sharp 70" had came out yet when I bought the DLP. With the right settings, the DLP is nice, especially on HD, but it just doesn't have the pop LED/LCD types do. The DLP won't have the same problems as the Sharp, since there won't be backlight bleeding or dead pixels, etc. But you have mirror failure possibilities and lamp failures, but all of those can be fixed easily.
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