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Mitsubishi HC7900DW

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the design. The usability also gets good feedback, whereas there are some less positive reviews about the noise and black level.

image quality, usability, design

value for money, black level, noise

On average, users rate this product 60/100.

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Mitsubishi HC7900DW

 

Mitsubishi was the last man standing in the battle to keep big-screen rear-projection TVs in American living rooms, offering DLPs in screen sizes up to 92 inches. It stands to reason, then, that the Zaibatsu also puts out DLP front projectors capable...

The Mitsubishi HC7900DW projector can produce very good pictures in a dark room; exhibits deep-enough black levels and accurate color in bright areas; has lots of viable video-processing options; and its operation is quiet.

More expensive than similarly performing projectors; relatively dim; black and near-dark areas are slightly green; must buy separate emitter for 3D; no 3D glasses included.

Although its dark-room picture quality rivals projectors near its price, the Mitsubishi HC7900DW's low light output contributes to making it a worse value.

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Mitsubishi HC7900DW

 

This Mitsubishi projector itself is DLP based, a single chip design. It is 2D and 3D The HC7900 DW projector, replaces last year's HC7800D. What does the W in HC7900 DW stand for? The HC7900DW comes with a white case, (last year's "D" was in a black case)

A brighter than average 701 calibrated measured lumens in "best" mode, is enough for a reasonably large screen for movie viewing in a fully light controlled environment, or good viewing on 100" with modest ambient light ; Excellent overall color, and...

Could be brighter in "brightest modes ; Actual "brightest" measured mode - is unwatchable (but others come close) ; Lamp life is below average if you run at full power for the most brightness ; Black level performance could be further improved (though...

I have mixed feelings about Mitsubishi's switch from black case last year, to white this year. I find it a better theater projector (where ambient lighting is under your control), than a family room projector, but, any way I slice it, this DLP...

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Spoke to soon about the unit

 

I submitted the initial review primarily out of excitment. I should have waited for a month or so before wasting my time that may have already resulted in a misguided customer. For the LOVE OF GOD DON'T BUY THIS PARTICULAR MODEL OR ANY PRODUCT FOR THAT...

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Awesome buy.

 

Bought at incredible lower price at best buy. Love this projector from day one. When it comes solid picture quality, mitsubishi is second to none. Easy to operate, just right in size and weight.This product has... Easy to use remote control, Great...

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