Originally Posted by dreaux
Just curious....if the PQ is almost a good as your old Qualia 006, why did you get rid of it? OB problems?
I, like a knucklehead, sold my Qualia and have been looking ever since to find a suitable successor. Right now I have the 82837 and love the size its still not as good a PQ as my Qualia. If...if...the new LaserVue has a better piciture than the Qualia please share that information. And if the PQ is indeed better I may consider selling my Mits 82837. I am on my second one...the first one kept turning off and on, on its own and changing HDMI inputs. Actually my second one is doing the same thing. Have to call the service people again.
I would love to see the L75 but its nowhere to be found around where I live.
I know of very few owners of the Sony Q006 that have not had at least one OB failure. I've had two. When the set works, it's fantastic, so we are all interested in the new Mits Laservue. Obviously, we want a 70" plus screen and we know what a good PQ looks like. So, owners of the Q006 with the new Mits laservue have a particular interest to us. We'll never do Sony again, and there are over 1800 posters to the facebook wall "I have a defective Sony TV" who feel equally disillusioned with the "new" Sony.
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