An entire new collection from Mitsubishi

As if the range of TVs available was not confusing enough, Mitsubishi has come out with a total of 17 new TVs to confuse you further. Before we go into the details we need to hail technology and the advances that it makes resulting in the numerous choices that they give us. Nine top-of-the-line, premium 1080p DLP HDTVs with unique Thin Frame, slim depth, ultra-compact design plus eight top–of–the–line, premium 1080p LCD flat-panel HDTVs with a unique thin frame, ultra-compact designs have been launched by Mitsubishi. The DLP HDTV includes Mitsubishi’s unique 6-Color Light Engine making these televisions the only HDTVs to produce images with six separate colors. The 40″, 46″ and 52″ 1080p LCD flat panel HDTV features Mitsubishi’s super Thin Frame with high-quality hidden speakers for more picture in a smaller space than ever before. It measures about an inch, which is less than half typical LCD flat panel frame widths, resulting in a space savings of over two inches in cabinet width compared to most flat panels. Available in two kinds of finishings: Platinum Black with a Platinum Black accent and Diamond with sleek high-gloss Black Pearl accented by a Diamond Blue light.

Listed below are the suggested prices of the various models of the Mitsubishi TVs.
The entry-level 733 Series 1080p DLP HDTVs feature a 6-Color Light Engine, three rear HDMI 1.3 inputs a front HD component input.
• 57-inch WD-57733 ($2499)
• 65-inch WD-65733 ($2999)
• 73-inch WD-73733 ($4699)
The 734 Series features similar specs as the 733 plus enhanced contrast through the Deepfield Imager for dynamic adjustment within an image; a front HDMI input; and NetCommand for on-screen control and setup of other home theater gear.
• 57-inch WD-57734 ($2799)
• 65-inch WD-65734 ($3299)
• 73-inch WD-73734 ($5099)
The DLPs are in the Diamond series the extra specs are Smooth120Hz for more fluid and smoother moving images free from motion blur; TV Guide On Screen 9.0; Game FX – 3D game capability; IEEE1394; and an RS232C input.
• 57-inch WD-57833 ($3399)
• 65-inch WD-65833 ($3999)
• 73-inch WD-73833 ($5899)
The 133 Series 1080p LCD flat panel HDTV includes a “high contrast” picture and three rear HDMI 1.3 Inputs.
• 40-inch LT-40133 ($2699)
• 46-inch LT-46133 ($3399)
• 52-inch LT-52133 ($4499)
The 134 series has a 40-inch features the above plus NetCommand and a side HDMI 1.3 input.
• 40-inch 134 Series LT-40134 ($2899)
The 144 Series starts at 46 inches, it includes the 133’s features plus a side component input and Smooth120Hz (true 120Hz 1080p performance).
• 46-inch LT-46144 ($3899)
• 52-inch LT-52144 ($5099)
The Diamond class comes in 46- and 52-inch models. It has everything that the starter 133 line has, plus Smooth120Hz, a CableCard slot, TV Guide Daily, NetCommand, and a side HDMI input.
• Diamond LT-46244 ($4499)
• Diamond LT-52244 ($5699)

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