Mitsubishi made a broad stroke this morning by announcing the latest update to their HDTV lines and introduced two new models that are worthy of checking out. Two lines in particular got major overhauls: the Home Theater line and the Immersive Sound LCD line.
First up, the Home Theater line got the 737 and 837 series. These feature a super thin bezel and possess 3D support for movies and TV shows in the format. The 737 line features better image processing, advanced video calibration mode and 120Hz. The 837 series, on the other hand has all the 737 does with the addition of 4 HDMI 1.3a inputs, USB and a RS-232 port. The 737-series is available in 60-inch, 65-inch, 73-inch and 82-inch versions priced at $1,499, $1,799, $2,499 and $4,199, respectively. The 837-series is also available now but in only 65-inch, 73-inch and 82-inch versions priced at $2,199, $2,999 and $4,999, respectively.
The Immersive Sound LCD TV line has been rebranded the Unisen line and now has the super thin bezel, just like the more expensive sets. Included is a 16-speaker chin mount for simulated 5.1 surround, 120Hz panels, and more. The 249 Diamond model has an IR input, a microphone and 18-bit image processing. The Unisen line will be available in May in 46-inch and 52-inch versions priced at $2,799 and $3,299.