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Old 06-13-2014, 06:41 PM - Thread Starter
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Question 73734 vs 73737

this may be a dumb question but are there any advantages to 1 of these sets over the other?

i had a crazy thing happen, about a week ago i bought a 73734 in mint condition for $260, today i picked up a 73737 for $100 in mint condition. i may have to sell 1 and wondered if one had an advantage over the other in picture quality or reliability or anything for that matter.
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The 734 is a higher tier for its model year, but the 737 is a newer model. You can find the specs for each at Mitsubishi-tv.com
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The 734 is a higher tier for its model year, but the 737 is a newer model. You can find the specs for each at Mitsubishi-tv.com
thanks for the help, i gave the 737 to a friend and kept the 734. my son and i tore the 734 all apart today vacuumed it all out, then and blew out the remaining dust and dirt with a compressor, vacuumed again, cleaned mirrors and lenses and dlp chip, then reassembled. the 734 is noticeably brighter and the fans are quieter now too. all in all it was a fun project, we also learned the bulb is an Osram that is currently installed. we love this set and i hope to keep it up and running for quite some time.

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