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  1. #1
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    Sep 2004

    65" Mitsubishi 1080p or Sony 60" SXRD??

    I've owned 60" Sony LCD's in the past. Looking for a new 1080p unit.
    How do the Mitsubishi's 1080p DLP's rate to the SXRD's?

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    VegaDog PaDave's Avatar
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    Nov 2006
    My advice is to go with the Mitsu. I just got rid of my 47'' Sammy for the WD65733. I have never seen my HD setup look so good. Directv, X360 and the PS3 looks breathtaking. Blu Rays wow thats about all i can say. My buddies SXRD has been replaced three times i think for smearing problems. I have had my Mitsu for around 2 months and i have 0 complaints.
    Until the house moves off the foundation i will not rest!

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    Apr 2004
    Out there
    I've got a Mitsubishi WD-57732 and I echo PaDave's sentiments. I had D*TV, but I've got FIOS now and the picture is astonishing. Of course I come from a Panasonic 27" CRTv so it doesn't take much to amuse me.

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    Forum Regular pixelthis's Avatar
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    Apr 2007


    SXRD IS BETTER , but Sony is getting out of rptv, including sxrd.
    Lcos, which is what an sxrd is, is really your best bet.
    A lot think I DONT LIKE dlp, i THINK ITS RATHER RUBE GOLDBERG, but some
    might like it, I do know that the pic on the Mitshu is great.
    I also know that in five years you're gonna walk into a store, look at a OLED
    flat (really flat! .17in"!) screen and regret all of the cash you spent.
    Go to Walmart, get a 50" RCA DLP, the pic is probably just about as good and you wont regret the 998$ price tag when you put it on the street.
    Heck, I was thinking about one
    LG 42", integra 6.9, B&W 602s2, CC6 center, dm305rears, b&w
    sub asw2500
    Panny DVDA player
    sharp Aquos BLU player
    pronto remote, technics antique direct drive TT
    Samsung SACD/DVDA player
    emotiva upa-2 two channel amp

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