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Mitsubishi axes rear-projection TV range

Mitsubishi axes rear-projection TV range

Mitsubishi has ditched its rear-projection TV product line, the company has confirmed, the last to abandon the the big-screen, big-bulk DLP category. Moving forward, Mitsubishi's focus will be on business display equipment and home theater projectors according to a letter sent to authorized service centers and shared with CEPro, with a company executive subsequently confirming the discontinuation of 73-, 82-, and 92-inch RPTV sets.

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Mitsubishi unveils LCD-22BLR500 Real TV Recording LCD TVs

Mitsubishi unveils LCD-22BLR500 Real TV Recording LCD TVs

Mitsubishi has a full line of TVs for home theater fans and has lots of other home theater gear in its lineup. The company has announced a new series of LCD TVs dubbed the Luoluo Real Record BLR500 Series. The TV that is the latest to launch in the series is the LCD-22BLR500. It will land on July 21 and is a very small and compact TV that promises to be easy to operate. The big feature is in the stand of the TV and is designed to make for a clean and compact installation.

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Mitsubishi Officially Reveals Pricing For 2011 HDTVs, Including 92-Inch 3D DLP

Mitsubishi Officially Reveals Pricing For 2011 HDTVs, Including 92-Inch 3D DLP

Mitsubishi first unveiled several new HDTVs earlier this year at CES 2011. Leading the lineup was the massive 92-inch 3D DLP Home Cinema TV that we got a closer look at inside the Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom. Excitement for the TVs were ramped up, but availability and pricing details were kept vague. Today, however, the entire lineup finally gets officially priced.

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Inside The Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom: Massive 82 and 92-inch 3D TVs

Inside The Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom: Massive 82 and 92-inch 3D TVs

Currently the world’s largest mass-produced rear-projection flat screen, the Mitsubishi 92-inch 3D TV was first unveiled at CES earlier this year. But this morning we got an up close and personal look at the mammoth flat screen along with its 82-inch sibling at the Mitsubishi Mobile Marketing Showroom. It is truly an immersive cinematic experience to be had if you can afford the price, the space, and don't mind looking like a complete dork sometimes---as illustrated below.

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Mitsubishi LaserVue HDTV is 75-Inches of 3D-Readiness

Mitsubishi LaserVue HDTV is 75-Inches of 3D-Readiness

It's been a long time since Mitsubishi's LaserVue made an appearance in the real world. Something like 2008, if our checks are right. It could have something to do with that whole halt in production (which was thankfully temporary) which was announced earlier last year. We can happily announce that LaserVue is back on the scene, and this time around, it's touting 75-inches of 3D, HDTV awesomeness.

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Mitsubishi Unisen Immersive Sound HDTVs get WiFi, Bluetooth A2DP and soundbars

Mitsubishi Unisen Immersive Sound HDTVs get WiFi, Bluetooth A2DP and soundbars

It's not just a new range of 3D DLP HDTVs Mitsubishi want to tell us about; the company also have a somewhat more affordable new line-up of sets in their 2010 Unisen Immersive Sound range.  The 40- to 55-inch HDTVs in the new 154 Series, 164 Series and 265 Series each have edge-lit LED backlighting, 120Hz picture, a 16-speaker sound bar and StreamTV for internet-connected Vudu, Flickr, Pandora, Facebook, Twitter and other widgets.

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Mitsubishi 3D DLP HDTV 2010 range outed

Mitsubishi 3D DLP HDTV 2010 range outed

Mitsubishi have announced their latest range of 3D-capable DLP HDTVs, the 638 Series, 738 Series and 838 Series, spanning sizes from 60- to 82-inches and all packing Full HD 1080p.  In addition to high definition pictures and 3D support there's also an optional integrated 16-speaker 5.1 channel Dolby Digital surround sound system and optional StreamTV internet connected widgets for access to Vudu movies, Pandora, Flickr, Picasa, Facebook, Associated Press, The New York Times and more.

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