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post #4021 of 4057 Old 11-27-2015, 11:00 AM
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Well I've decided to sell my 82840 to step up to a Samsung 85 inch 4K LED...So, my 82840 is for sale. I live in Cali if anyone might be interested.
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Anyone know the response time for game lag etc... For the 840? I'm just curious, comparing to some current sets I'm lookin at and I've loved my 82840, and game lag doesn't seem to be an issue at all if ever, but I'm perhaps moving to another type of set and curious how comparing response times might be

Lag is not a problem with Mitsubishi DLPs. I remember reading that the early Samsung DLPs had a problem with lag, however.

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Lag is not a problem with Mitsubishi DLPs. I remember reading that the early Samsung DLPs had a problem with lag, however.
That's what I mean mainly, are these 840 mits models lag free? I mean I've gamed a ton on mine, and I've thought it was lag free but it could simply be a super low refresh rate.

In any case, I guess my question is bumping to an led set will introduce me more to lag correct?

I'm lookin at the Samsung ju7100 75 model and I'm just hoping that gaming on it would be similar to my 82 840
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Stink bugs!!!!

Inside of my 92840.

Literally flying around and doing some unmentionables on the screen?

Any suggestions on how to get these suckers out before they have babies?

Also, how did they get in there? I would think that a filter must be missing that needs to be fixed.

Thanks.
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Stink bugs!!!!

Inside of my 92840.

Literally flying around and doing some unmentionables on the screen?

Any suggestions on how to get these suckers out before they have babies?

Also, how did they get in there? I would think that a filter must be missing that needs to be fixed.

Thanks.
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Fog the house or disassemble the TV.


The TV is not a sealed system no filter would help..

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If there is a side port, just remove it and suck the stink bug out with a vacuum cleaner hose.
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I bought an "Osram 69788 P-VIP 150-180/1.0 E22R OEM replacement bulb #5 " for my 92840. I installed it in one of my OEM lamp cartridges. This will be the first time I haven't used a lamp I got directly from Mits, but I think it's the correct one. My favorite TV of all time has 13860 hours on it now. Like most of us I hope it keeps on keep'n on. My 73c9 is still working great too.
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I bought an "Osram 69788 P-VIP 150-180/1.0 E22R OEM replacement bulb #5 " for my 92840. I installed it in one of my OEM lamp cartridges. This will be the first time I haven't used a lamp I got directly from Mits, but I think it's the correct one. My favorite TV of all time has 13860 hours on it now. Like most of us I hope it keeps on keep'n on. My 73c9 is still working great too.
When you see what is out there anywhere near the size you are talking about 8 grand or much more. It would be a lot cheaper to repair rather then replace, assuming Mits can provide spares. I am under SquareTrade warranty for another year.
I don't have as many hours as you but I am over 10000 hours now on my 92840. 300 hours on the latest (Mits) lamp so it's time to calibrate again.
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When you see what is out there anywhere near the size you are talking about 8 grand or much more. It would be a lot cheaper to repair rather then replace, assuming Mits can provide spares. I am under SquareTrade warranty for another year.
I don't have as many hours as you but I am over 10000 hours now on my 92840. 300 hours on the latest (Mits) lamp so it's time to calibrate again.
Our warranty runs out next July. I've heard that Discover card gives an extra year. Hope I don't have to find out.
I heard someone on Home Theater Geeks or one of the others talking about an ultra short throw projector and screen combo that didn't need a light controlled room. Not sure who is working on that. I hope someone.
It would be very tough to have to get used to a smaller screen.
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Any Vapers Using these DLPs?

I love my 73640, but I have a big issue and it comes from the wife and I vaping (if you are unaware, that means we use e-cigs).

Are there any other vapers using these TVs? Have you found a solution for the vape build up on the inside of the screen and mirror?? Been thinking about maybe installing exhaust fans in the side access ports....?

I have to take the screen off every month or so and clean them...gets tedious.


This might sound crazy to non-vapers, but just imagine having a fog machine (turned on very low) running in your TV room every day....the vapor settles on the inside of the TV and the image gets progressively cloudier over time. My widows get all vaped-up too.
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I love my 73640, but I have a big issue and it comes from the wife and I vaping (if you are unaware, that means we use e-cigs).

Are there any other vapers using these TVs? Have you found a solution for the vape build up on the inside of the screen and mirror?? Been thinking about maybe installing exhaust fans in the side access ports....?

I have to take the screen off every month or so and clean them...gets tedious.


This might sound crazy to non-vapers, but just imagine having a fog machine (turned on very low) running in your TV room every day....the vapor settles on the inside of the TV and the image gets progressively cloudier over time. My widows get all vaped-up too.

If it does that to the TV and windows, imagine what it does to your lungs..


Buy an LED/LCD TV.
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If it does that to the TV and windows, imagine what it does to your lungs..


Buy an LED/LCD TV.
Well, it was the only thing that finally got me off of smoking (after 30 years) and I know what that was doing to my lungs...so, the lesser of two evils for sure.

Thanks anyways.
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Well, it was the only thing that finally got me off of smoking (after 30 years) and I know what that was doing to my lungs...so, the lesser of two evils for sure.

Thanks anyways.
Put an air purifier in the room! It should take care of the vapor and a few other things
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Put an air purifier in the room! It should take care of the vapor and a few other things
Already got one...if it helps, it doesn't help much.

I'd love to get a nice, shiny, new flat panel...but to get even near the screen size I already have (73") the only real budget option is Visio and they are still much, much more than I paid for the Mitsu.

Someday.....
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Already got one...if it helps, it doesn't help much.

I'd love to get a nice, shiny, new flat panel...but to get even near the screen size I already have (73") the only real budget option is Visio and they are still much, much more than I paid for the Mitsu.

Someday.....
Same here on size , 75-80" comes to mind! I waiting till the time and price is right
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Yeah, I've been eye-balling the 80" Vizio for some time now...but dang, $4K is a LOT of green. The price on the 75" is much more enticing (~$2800), but still more than twice what I paid for the Mitsu...yeah, it was 5 years ago, but still.
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I bought a new receiver and now all my picture settings went away since it was detected in the HDMI CIC thing. Question:
How do you guys have more than 1 picture setting for all the HDMI inputs if going out of a receiver on 1 hdmi 1 to TV? Is this possible? I would like to have a brighter sharp/fake picture for like PS4, and a warm picture for the blue ray player and a brightish picture for the cable box. etc.
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I use input 3 on the TV to avoid the re-setting thing.

You can't have multiple pic settings if you are only using one input. If your AVR has the capability, you can use the pic settings there...if not, you have to either deal with one set of settings or you have to run HDMI from all your devices to the different TV inputs and digital (coax or toslink) to the AVR for audio.
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Thanks Alan. I've always tried to avoid using the receivers picture settings and buy the ones with through mode. Maybe I should rethink that now that I have a nice receiver. So I didn't know about the input 3 thing. I guess I'll swap to that now.
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OK guys,

About a week ago I noticed the fan on my 73740 began to make more noise than usual...no rattling or nothing like that, just more velocity noise than usual. Now it has begun to ramp up/ramp down every 20-30 seconds or so...is this a sign of impending doom? Is there anything I can easily do to fix the issue??
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^^^

<facepalm!>

OK, so I decided to investigate the fan noise...pulled the TV out from the wall and immediately saw the issue; the vent holes where the fan is located were almost COMPLETELY BLOCKED by dust/dirt!

As soon as I cleaned out the vent holes, the fan was breathing much easier! Lesson learned...clean back there more than once every 4 years.
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^^^

<facepalm!>

OK, so I decided to investigate the fan noise...pulled the TV out from the wall and immediately saw the issue; the vent holes where the fan is located were almost COMPLETELY BLOCKED by dust/dirt!

As soon as I cleaned out the vent holes, the fan was breathing much easier! Lesson learned...clean back there more than once every 4 years.
Good reminder to check back there!

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I've been looking at 4K like a lot of us. I have the 82740 since Feb 2012. In that size, things sure are pricier!!!!!!!!!!!! There's a new Vizio 80 M coming this summer that has most of the new stuff: Dolby Vision, UHD, Larger color gamut, etc..... I think it will be the most price competitive option for us spoiled price point babies, ha...........

While I'm waiting, I decided it was time for a new lamp. My original had 9848 hours on it and was a pretty gray picture on Brilliant! I could not believe how good that TV really is; until I restarted it. Like a new beast all over again. Can't believe, I waited so long to replace the lamp. At $89, it's like a new TV...

Just a reminder to ya All..
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I've been looking at 4K like a lot of us. I have the 82740 since Feb 2012. In that size, things sure are pricier!!!!!!!!!!!! There's a new Vizio 80 M coming this summer that has most of the new stuff: Dolby Vision, UHD, Larger color gamut, etc..... I think it will be the most price competitive option for us spoiled price point babies, ha...........

While I'm waiting, I decided it was time for a new lamp. My original had 9848 hours on it and was a pretty gray picture on Brilliant! I could not believe how good that TV really is; until I restarted it. Like a new beast all over again. Can't believe, I waited so long to replace the lamp. At $89, it's like a new TV...

Just a reminder to ya All..
I too, am anxiously awaiting the pricing on the new Vizo M series.

I (and many others on this thread) have not had much luck with the non-OEM lamps...I always buy mine direct from Mitsu.
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I've always advocated the "big" screen. Starting with a Pioneer 55" Elite RP and working my way thru the Mits line
to the 92". Have enjoyed them all. I had my 92 since they came out and always felt it was the best of the big screen
experience (in spite of the size/weight). However I always wanted the biggest screen possible. The newer TV's have
basically put my dreams aside as the price is much too high. Front projection gives the size but is so limited because of
room lighting and other considerations..............That's what I thought anyway. After seeing a projector at the dealer
I use, I was fairly impressed with the picture, nothing like what I remember from 10-15 yrs ago. In January I bought a Sony
projector and a 120" screen. For about $2500 this can be done (maybe more if you want to buy a really expensive screen).
Without going into huge detail let me say some might consider this option. I have it in my living room with 3 windows and
2 skylights, not a dedicated environment for sure. It can be made to work with a watchable pic during the day, and at night
I feel it gives a better picture than my 92". It's a lot less work than you might think, and a 120" screen is really what a big
screen is. This post just for consideration and general info purposes. Certainly not an answer for all.
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I've always advocated the "big" screen. Starting with a Pioneer 55" Elite RP and working my way thru the Mits line
to the 92". Have enjoyed them all. I had my 92 since they came out and always felt it was the best of the big screen
experience (in spite of the size/weight). However I always wanted the biggest screen possible. The newer TV's have
basically put my dreams aside as the price is much too high. Front projection gives the size but is so limited because of
room lighting and other considerations..............That's what I thought anyway. After seeing a projector at the dealer
I use, I was fairly impressed with the picture, nothing like what I remember from 10-15 yrs ago. In January I bought a Sony
projector and a 120" screen. For about $2500 this can be done (maybe more if you want to buy a really expensive screen).
Without going into huge detail let me say some might consider this option. I have it in my living room with 3 windows and
2 skylights, not a dedicated environment for sure. It can be made to work with a watchable pic during the day, and at night
I feel it gives a better picture than my 92". It's a lot less work than you might think, and a 120" screen is really what a big
screen is. This post just for consideration and general info purposes. Certainly not an answer for all.
I will be going this route too... but with a 100" screen. I love my 73" but I want more. Hard to justify though because the Mitsubishi is still amazing. Another 27" for a few thousand dollars sounds pretty tempting though

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IMHO you will not be sorry. Your move from 73 to 100 is a big jump, more than when I went from
92 to 120.......and I was really impressed with the difference. Of course now it's become "usual",
as all moves up in picture size become. I would try for bigger than 100, but that's just me. See
this site for a comparison of tv screen sizes.....http://www.comparetvsizes.com. With a 100 inch
screen you can probably watch with considerable light in the room.
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IMHO you will not be sorry. Your move from 73 to 100 is a big jump, more than when I went from
92 to 120.......and I was really impressed with the difference. Of course now it's become "usual",
as all moves up in picture size become. I would try for bigger than 100, but that's just me. See
this site for a comparison of tv screen sizes.....http://www.comparetvsizes.com. With a 100 inch
screen you can probably watch with considerable light in the room.
Do they have any affordable 4k projectors out now that you're aware of?
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