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Samsung builds 75-inch 3D TV


Samsung's flagship D9500-series 3D TVs are now available in Korea. For an estimated US$17,570, you'll get the world's largest 3D Smart TV bundled with a QWERTY remote. This massive 75-incher also sports a new "secret" design promising a larger-than-life 3D experience. While this is something yet to be proven, we do know this model is quite well-equipped out-of-the-box. The TV includes a Smart TV function, 240Hz-processing and an LED-edgelit panel with micro (local) dimming capability that promises to reproduce deeper blacks. Price-wise, do note that 60-inch and larger panels usually command a huge premium, especially for a 75-inch giant such as this. The D9500 is expected to launch in the second half of 2011 for the rest of Asia.

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Oh sweet, i'll take two.

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At this rate projectors will be obsolete in a few years if high end LCD's and plasmas keep coming out at this. Im sure there would be a better picture if it was plasma but it would probably weigh around 200lbs
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There's been talk of big TVs coming for quite some time. I've pretty much given up on it and moved on to projectors. They'll get here some time but it will likely be years down the road before they do get much bigger and are affordable.
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A couple of years ago I was at Sharp Canada's head office in Ontario and they had a 100 or so inch LCD tv there. It wasn't 3D but it was damn impressive nonetheless.
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mitsu has got a 73, 82 and a soon to hit the shelves 92...bout time other guys started putting out larger screens....now they just got to hit a price point the average joe will be willing to pay....like mitsu has.

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If you're referring to the Mits LaserVue, they could be 150" and I'd not buy one for $100.
Had high hopes for the Mitsubishi LaserVue; after demo-ing one.. Laser TV has a long way to go. Long enough OLED will likely squeeze them out of the picture.

If you're going to drop 17K on a TV I'd wait and invest it in a smaller OLED.
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chant/ OLED! OLED! OLED! OLED! OLED! OLED! OLED! /chant
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I cannot imagine the amount of clouding or flash-lighting, uniformity issues it will have on 75".
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I cannot imagine the amount of clouding or flash-lighting, uniformity issues it will have on 75".

The ones with full local dimming will have no backlight problems.
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The ones with full local dimming will have no backlight problems.

Full locdim has blooming. Before judging on backlight one should wait to see it. It is certain Samsung kicks every butt to get backlight fine on this set.

BTW, the price outside Korea is rumored to be $13K when the set will appear in August. With sharp competition from Sharp 70" one can expect it will get down to 8-10K. Still much higher than Sharp price expected to be around 5K for top-end model, but not crazy.

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If you're referring to the Mits LaserVue, they could be 150" and I'd not buy one for $100.

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mitsu has got a 73, 82 and a soon to hit the shelves 92...bout time other guys started putting out larger screens....now they just got to hit a price point the average joe will be willing to pay....like mitsu has.

No matter how big or how low the price the Mitsu's are still rear projection,,, personaly I have no desire to ever get another RPTV ever again.

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This type of product would bring death to the small projection system. I am willing to bet that most end users would rather have 75" of LCD/LED display than 100" of projection any day. It is much more impressive hanging on the wall.

Once the production costs decrease, this will be a reality.
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At this rate projectors will be obsolete in a few years if high end LCD's and plasmas keep coming out at this. Im sure there would be a better picture if it was plasma but it would probably weigh around 200lbs

Umm. No. Did you just so happen to look at the price tag?
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Ya but street will only be in the $13,000 range.....another waste of perfectly good pixels
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So whats so bad about a good DLP projection with dark chip 4. They provide the most film like image. Why do you think D cinema projectors by large use them as well as the best in home front projection systems. Its not like a good projector is the same as one from years past. I have a 65 inch Mitsubishi rear projector and they have been 3d ready for years now and at a significantly lower cost than LCD flat panels. you could have a good looking 75 inch set for 2,500 new that has 3d and is about a foot deep,ways under 100 pounds and uses a fraction of the electricity of a similar sized LCD or pay 18000 for the LCD above.

Lets face it guys with a set 75 inches to 92 inches are we really that concerned with space that we would consider the many thousand dollar premium just for a thin tv. The main reason these sets have been marginalized is misperception based on outdated information. Rainbows are virtually 100 percent eliminated. I used to see them on a 2007 model from time to time but newer ones use faster color wheels with more segments and I have not seen any rainbows in years. the lamps are cheap at 100 dollars new and they last up to 10,000 hours. Pop a new one in and the set is like new again. Do that with a LED.black levels are great and contrast is good. In fact, I have heard from good sources that local dimming causes the screen to age unevenly because a letterboxed movie will cause the LEDs in the center of the screen to become dimmer than the ones more to the top and bottom over time do to more frequent use. Its almost like the burn in effect so many have complained about with early Plasmas. Lets face it High definition and 3d is a big screen technology. to make out the full resolution of a 1080p image with a 50'' screen and 20/20 vision, you would have to be sitting 6.5' away at max from the set. http://myhometheater.homestead.com/v...alculator.html

The lamp based Mitsubishi sets are better looking and cheaper than there laser views and with a 92 inch 3d capable set getting ready to hit the stores with a 6000 dollar price tag, ill take that over anything in the flat panel market any day.
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So whats so bad about a good DLP projection with dark chip 4. They provide the most film like image. Why do you think D cinema projectors by large use them as well as the best in home front projection systems. Its not like a good projector is the same as one from years past. I have a 65 inch Mitsubishi rear projector and they have been 3d ready for years now and at a significantly lower cost than LCD flat panels. you could have a good looking 75 inch set for 2,500 new that has 3d and is about a foot deep,ways under 100 pounds and uses a fraction of the electricity of a similar sized LCD or pay 18000 for the LCD above.

Lets face it guys with a set 75 inches to 92 inches are we really that concerned with space that we would consider the many thousand dollar premium just for a thin tv. The main reason these sets have been marginalized is misperception based on outdated information. Rainbows are virtually 100 percent eliminated. I used to see them on a 2007 model from time to time but newer ones use faster color wheels with more segments and I have not seen any rainbows in years. the lamps are cheap at 100 dollars new and they last up to 10,000 hours. Pop a new one in and the set is like new again. Do that with a LED.black levels are great and contrast is good. In fact, I have heard from good sources that local dimming causes the screen to age unevenly because a letterboxed movie will cause the LEDs in the center of the screen to become dimmer than the ones more to the top and bottom over time do to more frequent use. Its almost like the burn in effect so many have complained about with early Plasmas. Lets face it High definition and 3d is a big screen technology. to make out the full resolution of a 1080p image with a 50'' screen and 20/20 vision, you would have to be sitting 6.5' away at max from the set. http://myhometheater.homestead.com/v...alculator.html

The lamp based Mitsubishi sets are better looking and cheaper than there laser views and with a 92 inch 3d capable set getting ready to hit the stores with a 6000 dollar price tag, ill take that over anything in the flat panel market any day.


Well said. I am a new DLP owner, just got a 65738 a few weeks back, paid under $800 for it. I was initially interested in larger plasmas, even bought a sammy 58c7000 but it was DOA. After a lot of research and comparison shopping I took a chance on the DLP and it is fantastic. I love it. I am glad I kept an open mind and was able to see the advantages of purchasing a mitsu set right now. The only reason I didnt get the 73 incher (which i really wanted) was because I wanted something I could upgrade to in a few years at an affordable price point.

Flat screens are nice, I love the look of plasmas and even some of the high end LED LCDs are awesome looking, but cost per inch with a very good picture, mitsu wins hands down.

Maybe in time when plasmas get to the 75-90 inch size with a retail price of under 3k then perhaps I will get another flat screen tele.

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At this rate projectors will be obsolete in a few years if high end LCD's and plasmas keep coming out at this. Im sure there would be a better picture if it was plasma but it would probably weigh around 200lbs

Pioneer's penultimate Kuro 60" (the Pro 150FD) weighs 122.4 pounds, the speakers (which I don't use) add another 9.7 pounds, and the stand (which I also don't use) adds another 15 pounds.
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What's your point alcomdata?
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Every time a giant display comes out, I'd rather have the girls next to them.
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Maybe in time when plasmas get to the 75-90 inch size with a retail price of under 3k then perhaps I will get another flat screen tele.

Even then, you can't place speakers behind it like an AT screen. ^_^
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I guess, if I was rich, I'd be interested, but seeing as how in a year or two this size will probably be 1/3 of the price, I don't know why anyone would jump at this right away. Cool though!

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This is just too much for anyone's pocket. I think Samsung the rich people to buy this latest model. It would be absolutely fantastic to own this one, i'll just keep on dreaming.

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Dang, I just ordered my 55"....should have got this...yeah right..
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Wow, that is not a cheap tv
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i dont think 3d tv is good for eyes
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I don't care for those samsung full array Local Dimming mimickers ( eventhough they do a hell of a job mimicking a full array Local Dimming).
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