"It's HUGE !! Lot of TV for the price."3.5 starson by klfricke
Pros: - Compared to my old DLP, channels change much quicker. Hated that hesitation. Picture is beautiful, BIG. So big we had to change seating arrangement so I wouldn't get dizzy sitting too close! First week we owned it, I was motion-sick every night.
Cons: 1) Remote is NOT back lit. Come on, Mitsu! 2)Surround sound just isn't.It's still TV speakers pointed at you. 3) Sometimes you think you've turned off TV, when you really haven't. I've come back 3 days later to find TV still on!
Summary: We purchased this TV just before Christmas, telling the store to bring both 82" and 92" out to the house on the truck, and if they could get the 92" up my stairs to the Theater room, I'd buy it; if not, deliver the 82"! They worked with me, and much to my surprise, the 92" fit up my narrow stairs!! (I will be selling it with the house!) Paid $4150, which at the time, was a great price. I see it's now offered around $3500...guess I should have waited.
For a really big screen for a decent price, this is a good one! From what I've read, it's a good idea to buy the extended warranty, which you can find at Buydig.com cheaper than from theater store.
Was told it had Netflix software installed, which it doesn't. Miss my Netflix streaming.
WISH IT HAD A CABLE CARD SLOT, LIKE MY OLD ONE !! This technology allowed the owner to receive all digital and HD channels WITHOUT the poor-quality cable box that Comcast now charges me $18.95 monthly. The TV companies and Cable providers have got Congress in their pockets on this one....Cable cards used to be available from any cable provider, but that same provider realized, "Hey, we're not making enough profit. Let's make a big, ugly box, and put this SAME cable card into it, and charge customers about $18 a month, EVERY MONTH, as long as they wanna get HD Broadcasts".....it's a good gig if you can fool the public into paying for it. Those cable lobbyists must have spent a FORTUNE greasing the hands of congressmen across the land.