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I prefer...

http://www.poweriso.com/

PowerISO is good but the free version limits you to 300mb ISO files.
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OK thhowl.... If my pattern wouldn't cause the issue, it's not a Y/C timing, but that is what it looked like on the ESPN logo...

Your Vanishing Lines post does point us off in a different direction...

I again suggest that you bring these findings to Mits and get this issue fixed....

Just posting pictures of it won't help the cause... Someone has to bring it to Mit's attention.... and you seem to have the handle on it....

Please contact Mits on this, and keep us in the loop as to how the issue is going....

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OK thhowl.... If my pattern wouldn't cause the issue, it's not a Y/C timing, but that is what it looked like on the ESPN logo...

Your Vanishing Lines post does point us off in a different direction...

I again suggest that you bring these findings to Mits and get this issue fixed....

Just posting pictures of it won't help the cause... Someone has to bring it to Mit's attention.... and you seem to have the handle on it....

Please contact Mits on this, and keep us in the loop as to how the issue is going....


I keep seeing you say this... have you called Mits yet? I think we need more then just Howl and myself calling.
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I keep seeing you say this... have you called Mits yet? I think we need more then just Howl and myself calling.

So it seems like you 3 are the only ones who seem to have issues with their sets?

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Well, the way my set is setup, I'm not seeing it, unless I decrease the enhancement. Do I run with reduced enhancement? No!
Seeing that If I remove contours (enhancement) in the various degrees on a HDTV camera, I can make the pix poor there, too... But I don't. I screw with the matrix, masking, contours, gains, gamma, pedistal, color temperature, black gamma......anything I can get my hands on.... and that improves the picture.... Does that make the "default" settings bad? I think not... But he did post some interesting tests, that can have interesting interpretations...

I think he may be on to something.... especially the frequency dependent red thing... That's almost like the skin based contour setting I posted about in Camera settings. and if he can get Mits to improve whatever it is via a firmware upgrade.... More power to him....

Hey, if he can get Mits to explain what he's seeing... I'd be interesting in finding out that frequency dependent Red thing.....

But just complaining, and not attempt to contact Mits.... Thats counter-productive...

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Anybody have any info about the Wd-73c11 , I called Mitsubishi today and they say it is the same as this set. Also say it has built in dlp link. I'm coming from a 55" toshiba LCD that did not have 3d , what should I expect if I make the switch to the mitSubishi? Do they have great pq & 3d? What glasses will give the best 3d image that is not so dark? I'm really leaning towards getting one for bluray 3d and ps3 gaming. Help me out thanks
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Well I just got my WD73640 today and all I can say is I'm impressed! I'm upgrading from a 65" Toshiba (65HM167) and it still seems huge. PQ is great but I'll have to put in a BR and then a 3D BR to really test it. U'verse HD kinda sucks but running it through my NR709 on 1080P seemed to help abit. No complaints so far!
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Anybody have any info about the Wd-73c11 , I called Mitsubishi today and they say it is the same as this set.

Yes you are in the right place.

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Anybody have any info about the Wd-73c11 , I called Mitsubishi today and they say it is the same as this set. Also say it has built in dlp link. I'm coming from a 55" toshiba LCD that did not have 3d , what should I expect if I make the switch to the mitSubishi? Do they have great pq & 3d? What glasses will give the best 3d image that is not so dark? I'm really leaning towards getting one for bluray 3d and ps3 gaming. Help me out thanks

Several prior posts on 3d DLP link glasses ( ZD101 and True Depths)
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Do you guys think it's worth it to make the switch from my toshiba ht551u 55"LCD to this set or the panisonic viera 60"3d plasma ? Just asking your advice
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Anybody have any info about the Wd-73c11

Too bad the Dell sale is over with. I was already set to order one and now it's $450 more.

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Do you guys think it's worth it to make the switch from my toshiba ht551u 55"LCD to this set or the panisonic viera 60"3d plasma ? Just asking your advice

Its personal preference really. I had a 54"VT25 by panasonic, a nice set, I had problems with black crush on both sets that were sent to me. Now think about 3D on the DLP's. You are essentially watching it in 73 inches as opposed to 55-60". All sets use LCD glasses to get the final picture to your eyes in 3D. I know ppl are sick of Avatar being used as reference, but between those two TV's in 3D, I could not see the difference in PQ at all other than the fact one was alot bigger picture wise than the other. The choice for me was obvious since 3D is the main reason for buying this TV.

For price/performance you can't beat these DLP's in 3d. Go price out a 70-85 inch LCD/Plasma 3D TV. Don't get me wrong, I love plasma for 2D but the price overall and problems left a bad taste in my mouth for me.

Oh and future buyers, the stores display models suck. Pauls TV let me do a fast and dirty calibration so I could see a decent picture on the 640 vs. 738/838.

To note, my daughter recently had her friends over last weekend and they both saw Avatar in the theater too and said my TV was better than the theater. I have had many friends and family say that about this TV. I am going to enjoy this for another year till next Febuary and see what the New Mitsubishi's bring us this year. If its 4K2K, I will have one next Feb. lol

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Well I just got my WD73640 today and all I can say is I'm impressed! !

Give it another month, then you will start questioning if you should have went with the 82".

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Well I just got my WD73640 today and all I can say is I'm impressed! I'm upgrading from a 65" Toshiba (65HM167) and it still seems huge. PQ is great but I'll have to put in a BR and then a 3D BR to really test it. U'verse HD kinda sucks but running it through my NR709 on 1080P seemed to help abit. No complaints so far!

Good to hear...My Optoma glasses arrived yesterday. 3D is great...it's set to "automatic" and it just works! I don't have a 3D player, just watched ESPN 3D on DirecTv. Thanks to everyone for the Optoma tip. I also got a 5-year Square Trade warranty through Costco for $59 because the TV was under $1000. Great deal.
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Give it another month, then you will start questioning if you should have went with the 82".

I've had mine over a month, I'm not questioning nothin'. Although having an 82" version would be nice...

The deal I got on mine was nice too.

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Give it another month, then you will start questioning if you should have went with the 82".

I can relate. I've been wanting the 82" for at least a year now. But when the BB sale came up and I was able to get this set for only $650.00.... The very second I clicked to buy it I felt regret, because it was at that point that I knew that I was not going to get the 82"... lol

And I still somewhat regret it every day. But the price was too good to pass up. And the 82 is still always at least $1680 or so. I had seen the WD-82738 for as low as $1500 sometimes, but it just never has gotten that low with the WD-82740. For the price and size and PQ improvements over my 3 year old WD-65736, I am very happy and those traits right there more than make up for my regret of not spending another grand or so for the 82".

Maybe in a year or 2 the prices will be so low, I'll be able to get the 82 for a grand.

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I had seen the WD-82738 for as low as $1500 sometimes, but it just never has gotten that low with the WD-82740.


I feel the pain at times. What did it was me shopping at ABC Warehouse in Novi, Mi. here and low and behold the 82740 for $1549! I was all then
because it was basically $200 more than what I paid for my 73640. lol Oh well, thats what happens when you buy it first thing on market. What made it worse was there was the 73640 next to it for $799. I looked at the salesman, "Thats just wrong..lol" He got a laugh out of it. For all the $650 73640 buyers, you all shouldn't wish upon the 82, you got ONE HELL OF A DEAL on the 640.

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Give it another month, then you will start questioning if you should have went with the 82".

Nahh, Ill be okay seeing as I didn't have to pay for it. It was a warranty exchange on my busted Toshiba
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My Kids always kid me that I'm buying "The Best" video gear.... After they say "WOW" when looking at the 73640, I get great pride by telling them how I bought 'the smallest' DLP "That They Make"......

Last one was 62" I'm very pleased with the 73640.... (Interested in the things that have been shown by the test images) but very pleased with the Mits!!!

I've yet to try 3D cause my BR can only do 2D.... But the BR disks I burn look astounding..

You guys should have been around in the early 60's, when TV was still tube type and B&W........

It is truly amazing that I've seen things go from tube type B&W to transistor B&W to Transistor Color to IC Color, to Transistor and IC HD (parallel digital) to Gate Array HD Parallel Digital, to Serial HD digital, to 3D HD digital....

Guys get ready.... 4K is coming!

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I feel the pain at times. What did it was me shopping at ABC Warehouse in Novi, Mi. here and low and behold the 82740 for $1549! I was all then
because it was basically $200 more than what I paid for my 73640. lol Oh well, thats what happens when you buy it first thing on market. What made it worse was there was the 73640 next to it for $799.

How long ago was this? My ABC Warehouse in Jackson, Mi has the 73640 listed for $1399.

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How long ago was this? My ABC Warehouse in Jackson, Mi has the 73640 listed for $1399.

Last week on Super Bowl weekend. A little off topic, did you notice those Sh!T-E theater seats by Cozzi? I told the guy I wouldn't buy those for my worst enemy, over price crap. Told him to get his pricing inline. Berkline(taken over by Lane) 12022's I could have 3 of them for the price of one of these Cozzi's.
If you dont catch the sales just right ABC Warehouse is horrible and wish they would go out of business.

Oh and TchOrT, it helps that my ABC is right across from Art Van with Paul's TV and Best Buy across from that, they playoff of each other. I always go in store now cause the pricing online is never the same.

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I just wanted to confirm DRaven72 's recommendation of the Optoma BG-ZD101 's. I received mine today and they are definitely better than the True Depths. There is little if any green tint from the DLP link signal exactly as DRaven72 reported. Had I listened to him originally I would saved a little aggravation. I am very pleased with the ZD101's and the 3D in general on the set is far cooler than I expected.
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Empirical, glad you like them! I actually just received two more this week. They are bulky, but for the short time you use them they're nice. My daughter wears glasses and they are perfect for people that have to. Now see if BestBuy has those $20 3D movie specials still and go enjoy them!

(Picked up Yogi Bear, which was cooler than we thought it was gonna be and Polar Express 3D for $19.99 each. They were out of Imax Under the Sea for $19.99 though.)

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I remember seeing Avatar 3D going for like $75+ on ebay, I was like WOW!!

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I remember seeing Avatar 3D going for like $75+ on ebay, I was like WOW!!

That Promo with Panasonic is suppose to end this week/month I thought. Haven't seen anything up yet about it going on regular sale. Hell I thought with the promo ending this month we would see advertising for the 3D Extended Version. They have had long enough to do it! Where is it at Mr. Cameron?

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Mr.Thomas on the 92" thread posted his Professional Calibration settings. I figured, why not? Looks pretty damn good on the 73640 to boot! Thanks Mr.Thomas!
Remember, Your milage may vary!

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Picture Mode ADV1
Edge Enhance Off
Video Noise Off
Brightness 30
Contrast 63
Color 35
Tint 30
Sharpness 31
Gamma 2.2
Red High 1011
Green High 1023
Blue High 1010
Red Low 0
Green Low 0
Blue Low 0
Red Adjust 15,0,0
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Blue Adjust 0,0,15
Magenta Adjust 17.0,14
Cyan Adjust 0,16,13
Yellow Adjust 17.13,0

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Mr.Thomas on the 92" thread posted his Professional Calibration settings. I figured, why not? Looks pretty damn good on the 73640 to boot! Thanks Mr.Thomas!
Remember, Your milage may vary!

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Film Mode Auto
Picture Mode ADV1
Edge Enhance Off
Video Noise Off
Brightness 30
Contrast 63
Color 35
Tint 30
Sharpness 31
Gamma 2.2
Red High 1011
Green High 1023
Blue High 1010
Red Low 0
Green Low 0
Blue Low 0
Red Adjust 15,0,0
Green Adjust 0.13,5
Blue Adjust 0,0,15
Magenta Adjust 17.0,14
Cyan Adjust 0,16,13
Yellow Adjust 17.13,0

You are very welcome! I am glad they seem to work on another set. I posted them for the sake of comparison, but individual sets and viewing environments vary so much I had no idea how useful they would be for someone else. From the Natural Mode, with the bulb on Standard and the enhancements off, the factory settings really aren't too bad. Other than the Advanced Mode tweaks, the only significant deviation from default on my set was in the Color at 35 where default is 31. That means that once the bulbs stabilize (I had about 500 hours on mine prior to calibration), the factory settings are pretty good. In all fairness though, I guess I better add that after calibration my PQ is fantastic. It is those Advanced Mode tweaks that really need tailoring to individual sets.
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Mr.Thomas on the 92" thread posted his Professional Calibration settings. I figured, why not? Looks pretty damn good on the 73640 to boot! Thanks Mr.Thomas!
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Film Mode Auto
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Edge Enhance Off
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Brightness 30
Contrast 63
Color 35
Tint 30
Sharpness 31
Gamma 2.2
Red High 1011
Green High 1023
Blue High 1010
Red Low 0
Green Low 0
Blue Low 0
Red Adjust 15,0,0
Green Adjust 0.13,5
Blue Adjust 0,0,15
Magenta Adjust 17.0,14
Cyan Adjust 0,16,13
Yellow Adjust 17.13,0

THANK YOU x million!!!!

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THANK YOU x million!!!!

You try those settings J? And if so you like em? Anyone else try em out? Thanks.

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You try those settings J?

So far, I like. If anything, text on my computer is easier to read and looks clearer. Havent watch anything yet, but hoping for the best.

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