Everyone’s been anxiously waiting for an update of the 3D home theaters in the market. The good news is that Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. (MDEA) has just announced the launch of another top of the line 3D-capable DLP high definition television. Through the extreme speed of the DLP chip, combined with 3D technology, this relaxing experience will be appreciated.
Mitsubishi came up with the new range of 3D HDTV and they are the 638 , 738, and 838 Series. These High Definition Televisions are available in 60- to 82-inch which support full high definition 1080p display. A 16-speaker Dolby Digital lets you experience compelling 5.1-channel surround sound and deliver a perfectly balanced home theater. Another optional StreamTV internet media is also integrated which enables instant access to an all-encompassing library of high quality entertainment and social media content in addition to the HD and 3D support.
All the three series of the Mitsubishi 3D DLP HDTV feature HDMI-PC Compatibility, trio HDMI ports with CEC, and 2 Component and Composite video inputs.
The 838 Series is available in 65, 73 and 82-inch sizes. This series sports a 6-speaker 32W audio system, Bluetooth A2DP streaming, and surround sound audio outputs. It also supports several video processing technologies likes PerfecTint, PerfectColor, ISFccc, Dark Detailer, and Advanced Video Adjustments.
While the 738 Series, available in 60-, 65-, 73– and 82 inches includes StreamTV functionality, support for a WiFi 802.11n USB, and then various system for image processing such as Smooth120, Plush 1080p 5G 12-bit Video processor, DeepField Imager, Advanced Video Calibration, EdgeEnhance, and Universal Remote Control.
Prices vary from $1,199 for an entry-level 638 Series model to $4,499 for the 82-inch WD-82838.
Prices for an entry-level 638 series to 82 inches (WD-82838) ranges from $1,199 to $4,499 respectively.