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RN

neat. I was just telling a friend how someone should invent a laser-based projector. Obviously they were way ahead of me on this one.

Campbell

never would have thought of that

gene

As a former Mitsubishi dealer, now retired, I wouldn't buy 3 Diamond tuna let alone any other Mitsubishi product. They are the worst company I ever dealt with in terms of service and dealer/customer support. The only reason dealers put up with it is their limited distribution policy which allows them to make greater margins on Mitsu products.

RebelScum

...Sounds like SOMEONE got wished "luck with all your future endeavours".

Been holding out on an HDTV ever since I first heard about laser, in Jan 07. Now, cautiously allowing myself to get excited again.

One Mitsu rep said "Available early summer", another source said "Black Friday"...we'll see.

Patty

u

454Casull

Still waiting for mass-market GLV tech.

dolittle

I just brought a LCD with led blacklight and 120hz. can't we all just get along.

ur dumb

nope. your friend just made a killing off your idea with his kickass lightning fast R&D team. you lose.

> neat. I was just telling a friend how someone
> should invent a laser-based projector. Obviously
> they were way ahead of me on this one.
>
> Posted by: RN | January 11, 2008 at 12:12 PM

dbabd

The original stuff out on the Laser TV was how cheaply it could be produced. Less than $1000
for a 40 something, just smaller than the 52"
I had just bought for about double. Now it sounds like they want to run the price to capture the gold while they have the chance.

Isn't that always the way.

me

Don`t forget it won`t lose 60% of it`s brightness/life in 7-10 years like all the other options available. This alone makes it well worth considering as one of my current tv`s approaches 18 years old. That would equal almost my third plasma/lcd. Don`t forget the depth of field either, lol. I knew it would pay to wait a few years instead of wasting all that money on inferior products...

Ras Pal

Do not burn your eye with laser brightness.
It may be more harmful to Children

Laser projector may be a better idea.
Bigger picture for lower cost
Laser TV may be for commercial purpose
not for at home use.

dlpdue

This is great information. I was able to put together my own thoughts about the new Mitsubishi Laser TV on my blog. It's located here: http://tvlampsnbulbs.com/2008/08/laser-tv-is-here-laservuealmost/

Carl

I agree with Campbell's post, (January 14, 2008). I have to agree with him on this one. There are lots of owners of the Mitsubishi DLP televisions that paid anywhere from $3000 to $6000 dollars for these televisions. Alot of people were lucky if their Mitsubishi DLP televisions lasted 3-4 years and some a shorter time period than that. People have attempted to get help from Mitsubishi for these poorly engineered televisions with no or very little help from Mitsubishi. I bought a first generation Mitsubishi Diamond (the top of the line DLP Mitsubishi televison)in January 2005. The television went out in August 2008. I would highly advise people not to buy this technology until it is tested since it is the first generation laser product out on the market. If you buy it and have problems with it, good luck, you are almost on your own with Mitsubishi which is not very promising in the support and repair category. If you are going to buy this television, you better buy an extended warranty (even though I hate extended warranties) because you will probably need it. It will lessen the pain of not having one and from the high repair bill you will get socked with of $740. I never got an extended warranty on my Mitsubishi DLP television. At least the warranty company will help you get the television repaired. Good luck to anyone that buys any of Mitsubishi's products. Three and a half years on a $5700 dollar television is unsatisfactory. The repair shop even recommended not to get the television repaired when they came out to give me an estimate because they said it would not be worth the cost and it would break again very soon.
Your choice.
Just thought I would tell you my experience with Mitsubishi.
Have a great day!

mitsburn

I got a 65813 mitsubishi diamond 65 inch crt rear projection unit. These units are known to have design flaws, which mitsubishi ignores. Google it- you'll see dozens of do it yourself types soldering new capacitors in a circuit board on the TV to fix their $4000 bricks that are nary 3 years old. Tread carefully into these new laser waters with this company. Make sure you have one heck of an extended warranty!

Deepak Kulkarni

An extended warranty is basically a contract between a car owner and the warranty company. You agree to make monthly, quarterly, or yearly payments, and they agree to cover any break downs or mechanical failures on your car. With most companies there is a deductible, and you will be responsible for this amount in the event of your car needing repair work.

Deepak Kulkarni

An extended warranty is basically a contract between a car owner and the warranty company. You agree to make monthly, quarterly, or yearly payments, and they agree to cover any break downs or mechanical failures on your car. With most companies there is a deductible, and you will be responsible for this amount in the event of your car needing repair work.

Alloy Wheel Repair

Never thought that mitshubishi creates lasers...

Van Leasing

I visited this blog first time and found it very interesting and informative.. Keep up the good work thanks..

Van leasing

Quality and the pursuit of innovation are principles that embody Mitsubishi...!!!Van sales!!!

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