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Mitsubishi rocks 92-inch 3D DLP, shows first 3D LCDs

Consumer Reports News: January 07, 2011 10:19 AM

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The Mitsubishi 92-inch 3D Home Cinema DLP
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Mitsubishi used CES to show a mammoth 92-inch rear-projection DLP TV, a screen size that's starting to approach that of some front-projections systems.

The 92-incher, a 3D model, is part of the company's 3D Home Cinema series, which also includes 60-, 65-, 73-, and 82-inch screen sizes. The TV is loaded with features, including a 120Hz frame rate, the company's multi-speaker immersive sound technology, Bluetooth audio, subwoofer outputs, and the StreamTV Internet service.

The TV, which is supposed to arrive this summer at a price estimated to be below $6,000, doesn't come with active 3D glasses, so expect to shell out about $400 for a 3D starter kit.

Also on display: Mitsubishi previewed its first 3D LCD models. We hope to have more info on those sets later on during the show.

—James K. Willcox

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