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Post FW V46_13_03 Calibration


Copying settings from calibrated displays in no way implies that another display will have a better picture than factory settings. http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1055906



Gamma 2.4 For Dark Room Viewing


Picture Mode ADV2

The next four auto functions OFF

Brightness 31

Contrast 53

Color 31

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GH 1023

BH 1023

RL 3

GL -1

BL 0

Blue Only OFF

R 20,2,1

G 11,24,9

B 0,0,6

M 23,7,19

C 5,16,16

Y 17,14,1


Max Light Output 24fL - In a dark room with a 75" screen this is quite adequate. I ran my A91 at 20-21fL with no complaints.
.........how do you adjust light output?
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how do you adjust light output on a mits.laservue L75-A94?
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how do you adjust light output on a mits.laservue L75-A94?

The contrast control.

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The contrast control.
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but he has the contrast listed at 53,then at the bottom he says max light output 24fl
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but he has the contrast listed at 53,then at the bottom he says max light output 24fl
Contrast is set at 53. 24ftL is the output read by the meter.

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Ok folks white spot on laservue ok . What did Mitsubishi tvsupport@mevsa.com offer me on my $ 6000 dollar tv ??
they offer to buy it back for $700 dollar .I complained they came back with top offer they claimed 1200 dollars .mad.gif
I told them my friend had my hand me down 65' Sony I paid originally $1200 dollar for . This tv went out and Sony
Gave His $700 buy back on a $ 1200 dollar TV !! The Sony TV was 8 years old !!!!! I demand more money ... I just just give me the part at least .
They want to come pick up the tv and keep it . And leave me screwed with $1200 dollars . I email them demanding fair treatment .Mitsubishi also claimed they were no longer in the TV business .... They now offer me $2100
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wow mine has 20,000 hours ...
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No more Mitsubishi anything TVs.
Sony looks like they'll be building a really really short throw (7"!) front projector which apparently is 4k with one laser and 3 DLP chips (excuse me SXRD chips).

If you think we paid too much for the LaserVues... http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/sony-projector-201401073574.htm
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@brownhatter - It might go without saying, but have you opened your set and taken a can of air to the optics? There are some folks here with detailed instructions on doing that. If it's just a spot and not the whole screen it might be fixable.

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No DoctorM that's a new one on me ..Got a video of that ? have 3 white spots now .. By the way no reason to buy 4k since no TV broadcast in 4 K
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I've haven't needed to clean my TV out yet so I can't give you details.
I can't remember who was describing the process. It was either on this thread or the Laservue Owner Thread: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1108686/official-laservue-owners-thread

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Is 1600 for a used model worth it?
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this just sucks..my mits.L75-94,which ive had for just over a year,has started to go very dim..anybody have any ideas?
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this just sucks..my mits.L75-94,which ive had for just over a year,has started to go very dim..anybody have any ideas?
If it started going very dim all of the sudden, then it's unlikely to be a dust problem.

Did you buy the set new? If so Mitsubishi may be able to help. And if you paid with a credit card you might have an extended warranty if they won't.
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i bought the TV refurbished,but i have a 5 year extended warranty.
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well i called square trade x warranty,they said they would have trouble finding the parts and want to refund my original purchase price of 2,500.00
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well i called square trade x warranty,they said they would have trouble finding the parts and want to refund my original purchase price of 2,500.00
If I were you, I would accept their offer as there probably isn't a good alternative. Unfortunately, there aren't a lot of good choices to replace it with right now, especially for $2500.
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well i called square trade x warranty,they said they would have trouble finding the parts and want to refund my original purchase price of 2,500.00
Jump on it.
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Jump on it.
Agreed. If that's how much you spent, get out now.
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what do you think of a projector to replace my broken laservue

what would be a good 2,500.00 projector to replace my laservue?
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I bought this TV a year ago last December, about a week before Mitsi made the announcement they were getting out of the TV business. I bought an extended warranty.

Last Spring I started having an intermittent problem with the set not powering up. It would turn on, but no picture after the Mitsi Logo would disappear. I was told that holding in the powere button to reset it might work... and it did, for a time. Now it has been getting much worse and the time it takes to get the picture back can sometimes take a whole day.

Last May, I called the company that I got the extended warranty with. Consumer Priority Service. They have seemed shady from the start. At one point I got a call from Mitsi saying that my wife had called wanting a replacement for the set. It was not my wife... it was Consumer Priority Service trying to get something out of Mitsubishi. They (CPS) finally called back and said it was a misunderstanding and that they would send me info within a week about who would be coming to look at my set. They sent me the info. More than a week went by and I had not heard from the company, so I called them. They told me they do not work on projection sets. CPS then set me up with another guy who came to my house to check the TV. By this time it was July. Of course since it was an intermittent problem, the TV would not do its thing until after he left. Still, he said he would research it and would see what parts were available.

I did not hear back from him and figured I would call him back once the TV would not turn on for good. Over the past few months I have just been dealing with it. Today I got an email from CPS saying... "A refund of your warranty has been initiated and we need your help to continue. Please click the link below so that we may proceed to process your warranty refund."

Um, yeah... I don't want a refund of my 330.00 warranty, I want a TV that works, so I called them up. They said there was nothing they could do because the part is unavailable. I did not buy a warranty so that I could have it refunded. I called them, voiced my displeasure and basically they said they were not liable for the TV seeing that Mitsi stopped making them. Nowhere on their extended warranty pamphlet do I see anything other than if they cannot fix my TV it will be replaced with a similar unit. Which to me, means another 75" TV.

They advised me to call Mitsubishi, but not to tell them that I have an extended warranty and see if I could work out something. This seemed real shady to me, but I called them anyway. One of the first things they asked was whether I had an extended warranty. I told them that I did. They tried to contact the warranty company and were unable to get a hold of anyone. In the meantime Mitsi wants me to send them an estimate of the repair (which I do not have but will try to get from the guy that was at my house), and a copy of the warranty.

I cannot yet see the light at the end of this tunnel.
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I bought this TV a year ago last December, about a week before Mitsi made the announcement they were getting out of the TV business. I bought an extended warranty.

Last Spring I started having an intermittent problem with the set not powering up. It would turn on, but no picture after the Mitsi Logo would disappear. I was told that holding in the powere button to reset it might work... and it did, for a time. Now it has been getting much worse and the time it takes to get the picture back can sometimes take a whole day.

Last May, I called the company that I got the extended warranty with. Consumer Priority Service. They have seemed shady from the start. At one point I got a call from Mitsi saying that my wife had called wanting a replacement for the set. It was not my wife... it was Consumer Priority Service trying to get something out of Mitsubishi. They (CPS) finally called back and said it was a misunderstanding and that they would send me info within a week about who would be coming to look at my set. They sent me the info. More than a week went by and I had not heard from the company, so I called them. They told me they do not work on projection sets. CPS then set me up with another guy who came to my house to check the TV. By this time it was July. Of course since it was an intermittent problem, the TV would not do its thing until after he left. Still, he said he would research it and would see what parts were available.

I did not hear back from him and figured I would call him back once the TV would not turn on for good. Over the past few months I have just been dealing with it. Today I got an email from CPS saying... "A refund of your warranty has been initiated and we need your help to continue. Please click the link below so that we may proceed to process your warranty refund."

Um, yeah... I don't want a refund of my 330.00 warranty, I want a TV that works, so I called them up. They said there was nothing they could do because the part is unavailable. I did not buy a warranty so that I could have it refunded. I called them, voiced my displeasure and basically they said they were not liable for the TV seeing that Mitsi stopped making them. Nowhere on their extended warranty pamphlet do I see anything other than if they cannot fix my TV it will be replaced with a similar unit. Which to me, means another 75" TV.

They advised me to call Mitsubishi, but not to tell them that I have an extended warranty and see if I could work out something. This seemed real shady to me, but I called them anyway. One of the first things they asked was whether I had an extended warranty. I told them that I did. They tried to contact the warranty company and were unable to get a hold of anyone. In the meantime Mitsi wants me to send them an estimate of the repair (which I do not have but will try to get from the guy that was at my house), and a copy of the warranty.

I cannot yet see the light at the end of this tunnel.
Before going any further, try to install the latest firmware from a USB stick. You can do it even if your set doesn't fully power up. http://mitsubishi-tv.com/support/documents/L75-A94

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I bought this TV a year ago last December, about a week before Mitsi made the announcement they were getting out of the TV business. I bought an extended warranty.

Last Spring I started having an intermittent problem with the set not powering up. It would turn on, but no picture after the Mitsi Logo would disappear. I was told that holding in the powere button to reset it might work... and it did, for a time. Now it has been getting much worse and the time it takes to get the picture back can sometimes take a whole day.

Last May, I called the company that I got the extended warranty with. Consumer Priority Service. They have seemed shady from the start. At one point I got a call from Mitsi saying that my wife had called wanting a replacement for the set. It was not my wife... it was Consumer Priority Service trying to get something out of Mitsubishi. They (CPS) finally called back and said it was a misunderstanding and that they would send me info within a week about who would be coming to look at my set. They sent me the info. More than a week went by and I had not heard from the company, so I called them. They told me they do not work on projection sets. CPS then set me up with another guy who came to my house to check the TV. By this time it was July. Of course since it was an intermittent problem, the TV would not do its thing until after he left. Still, he said he would research it and would see what parts were available.

I did not hear back from him and figured I would call him back once the TV would not turn on for good. Over the past few months I have just been dealing with it. Today I got an email from CPS saying... "A refund of your warranty has been initiated and we need your help to continue. Please click the link below so that we may proceed to process your warranty refund."

Um, yeah... I don't want a refund of my 330.00 warranty, I want a TV that works, so I called them up. They said there was nothing they could do because the part is unavailable. I did not buy a warranty so that I could have it refunded. I called them, voiced my displeasure and basically they said they were not liable for the TV seeing that Mitsi stopped making them. Nowhere on their extended warranty pamphlet do I see anything other than if they cannot fix my TV it will be replaced with a similar unit. Which to me, means another 75" TV.

They advised me to call Mitsubishi, but not to tell them that I have an extended warranty and see if I could work out something. This seemed real shady to me, but I called them anyway. One of the first things they asked was whether I had an extended warranty. I told them that I did. They tried to contact the warranty company and were unable to get a hold of anyone. In the meantime Mitsi wants me to send them an estimate of the repair (which I do not have but will try to get from the guy that was at my house), and a copy of the warranty.

I cannot yet see the light at the end of this tunnel.
Call Mitsubishi and ask for a refund .I got $ 2100 dollars and then they want to take the tv .They will come and pick it up .Now understand I got some much money because when I purchased my laservue it cost over $ 5000 email them too tvsupport@mevsa.com
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If you think we paid too much for the LaserVues... http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/sony-...1401073574.htm

4 k technology is worthless since no one makes anything in 4 k
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@brownhatter - It might go without saying, but have you opened your set and taken a can of air to the optics? There are some folks here with detailed instructions on doing that. If it's just a spot and not the whole screen it might be fixable.
done that about 10 times without success .I am the one who replaced the dlp chip . should have cleaned the dust before replacing .
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what would be a good 2,500.00 projector to replace my laservue?

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