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post #61 of 5405
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Here's some quick screenshots...

Pic #1-HULK XBOX 720p
Pic #2-HULK DVD
Pic #3-ESPN HD


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post #62 of 5405
That looks AWESOME! Can't wait to get mine this week!

How much did the 70 incher go for?
post #63 of 5405
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Thanks!

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Originally Posted by buddyg View Post

How much did the 70 incher go for?

Alot, but worth every penny.
post #64 of 5405
Awesome pics there...thanks!!

If you have the ESPN-HD pic in a larger format PM me and I will give you my email address.
Would love to show a larger pic to the wife since she is pushing to upgrade to this set.

Thanks again!
post #65 of 5405
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Anyone else besides me have the 73727 In there home? I'd sure like to compare with other 73" owners.
post #66 of 5405
I found out yesterday something that may interest those who complained of slow channel changing. Turn off the TV-Guide feature. I turned off mine and noticed that the TV was faster overall to any input you give it, not just channel changing.
post #67 of 5405
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MNF will look good tonight.
post #68 of 5405
Hey guys,

New to the forum and a new owner of a MITS. 62628. I have had this set for a little while now and although there are many "PROS" and "WOW" factors I do have a few ?'s for other owners as to some of the........"CONS" to this TV. First I don't like the slow channel changing time. Cannot channel surf as it takes almost 3 seconds to change channel. Next is the PC input or lack thereof ! Whats the deal here ? When I hook up my laptop I can only set it to 1024x768 MAX! Whats up with that? Why is there no VGA input, no 1080p inout ? How can I ever see a true 1080P picture if it won't ever allow a 1080p source. A set that can't accept it's own native resolution is almost ignorant. I guess I'm more ignorant for having one ???? Anyways, I'm new to all this and so if I'm wrong then please set me straight. Hyabusha, please chime in with any info. Thanks
post #69 of 5405
Let us know how Electroline works out for you. I also live in LA and am thinking about buying from them.
post #70 of 5405
rtuimauga - In regards to the channel changing speed, did you see my comments a few posts up? Turning off TV Guide helped the response time quite a bit. Is your's turned on or off?
post #71 of 5405
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Originally Posted by Hyabusha View Post

Anyone else besides me have the 73727 In there home? I'd sure like to compare with other 73" owners.

I will be recieving mine tomorrow, I can't wait.

How sturdy is the top of the TV? I have 2 center channel Omni mounts that I would like to share the weight of a 35 pound center channel. Do you think it can be done?
post #72 of 5405
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Originally Posted by rtuimauga View Post

Hey guys,

New to the forum and a new owner of a MITS. 62628. I have had this set for a little while now and although there are many "PROS" and "WOW" factors I do have a few ?'s for other owners as to some of the........"CONS" to this TV. First I don't like the slow channel changing time. Cannot channel surf as it takes almost 3 seconds to change channel. Next is the PC input or lack thereof ! Whats the deal here ? When I hook up my laptop I can only set it to 1024x768 MAX! Whats up with that? Why is there no VGA input, no 1080p inout ? How can I ever see a true 1080P picture if it won't ever allow a 1080p source. A set that can't accept it's own native resolution is almost ignorant. I guess I'm more ignorant for having one ???? Anyways, I'm new to all this and so if I'm wrong then please set me straight. Hyabusha, please chime in with any info. Thanks


Congrats on your new TV! I can't comment on the slow channel surfing cuz I have Dish Network, but someone earlier said you might want to turn off the TVguide to see If that helps. Second The only way to get a 1080p Input Is If you go with the 927 series with the "VGA" Input. I thought lokg and hard to go with the 927 for the VGA Input, But I'm not gonna use my PC on It. WHo knows mabye Mits will come out with a "upgrade" for the HDMI Inputs to except 1080p. Also you should turn off the sharp edge setting for better picture results. Hope this Info helps, enjoy!.
post #73 of 5405
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Originally Posted by rtuimauga View Post

Next is the PC input or lack thereof ! Whats the deal here ? When I hook up my laptop I can only set it to 1024x768 MAX!

What laptop do you have and what video chipset and memory is in it?
post #74 of 5405
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Originally Posted by GTarrant View Post

I will be recieving mine tomorrow, I can't wait.

How sturdy is the top of the TV? I have 2 center channel Omni mounts that I would like to share the weight of a 35 pound center channel. Do you think it can be done?


Thats a good question, I have a Reference Klipsch Center that weighs 42Lbs and I'm not gonna risk It. But with two mounts together It should spread the weight of 35Lbs evenly so It could work. Just make sure the back doesn't bend In to much. Good luck, and please post when you get It set up.
post #75 of 5405
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Originally Posted by rtuimauga View Post

Hey guys,

New to the forum and a new owner of a MITS. 62628. I have had this set for a little while now and although there are many "PROS" and "WOW" factors I do have a few ?'s for other owners as to some of the........"CONS" to this TV. First I don't like the slow channel changing time. Cannot channel surf as it takes almost 3 seconds to change channel. Next is the PC input or lack thereof ! Whats the deal here ? When I hook up my laptop I can only set it to 1024x768 MAX! Whats up with that? Why is there no VGA input, no 1080p inout ? How can I ever see a true 1080P picture if it won't ever allow a 1080p source. A set that can't accept it's own native resolution is almost ignorant. I guess I'm more ignorant for having one ???? Anyways, I'm new to all this and so if I'm wrong then please set me straight. Hyabusha, please chime in with any info. Thanks

You should be able to go to 720p (1280x720) from you PC through the HDMI 2 input
post #76 of 5405
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Originally Posted by Lasalle View Post

You should be able to go to 720p (1280x720) from you PC through the HDMI 2 input

Has anyone tried a HTPC connection across component in to see if it will do 1920x1080?
post #77 of 5405
Just checked the Mits website and this is from the 927 specs.

1080p Media PC Input
Display the latest in ultra high resolution multimedia applications through the 1080p Media PC input. This convenient input allows you to view digital photos in the highest resolution, view your PC Windows Media content, play your favorite game in High Definition or simply view high definition internet content.


This sucks! $4k TV and they can't add this feature ?
post #78 of 5405
I recently received my 62628 and love it so far. The question I have is this, other than cutting the sharp edge off, is there any other settings I should adjust. I have the Video Essentials disk but just haven't had time to run the setup disk yet. The other thing I noticed is on really dark scenes (black) I can see what seems to be blotching in the dark areas if that makes any sence. I cut the contrast down to about half way and it seems to have helped but is this normal for a DLP television or is there something wrong with the television thats causing this. As far as bright scenes go, I haven't seen a better picture. I mean it looks so darn good even my wife has commented on how good it looks and that is not something that happens everyday. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
post #79 of 5405
I have the 52628, and do not have blotching in the blacks, at least on an HD signal. I watched an old western this weekend, which had a fair amount of darks in it, and didn't notice any blotching. I do have my TV set on "natural" instead of bright. Maybe something like that could cause the effect you are seeing? What is your viewing distance?

Not much help. Maybe someone else have suggestions.
post #80 of 5405
My viewing distance is around 12' away for the front row of seats and 18' on the second row of seats
post #81 of 5405
I also forgot to mention I also noticed this blotching when I was watching a DVD, more movie specific, The Longest Yard.
post #82 of 5405
Got my 73727 Saturday. Sadly haven't had time to really play with it yet.
post #83 of 5405
Now that I have a couple of seconds I'd like to explain a little better. When I say blotchy, what I mean is its almost like it has something to do with the color wheel. Its like the black seems to slow down or something, almost like slow motion but just in the dark colors. I've probally made no sense what so ever. Its almost like its pixelating, which I know isn't possible but I'm just not sure on how to explain it.
post #84 of 5405
Could be what I heard called "mosquito noise", where that part of the picture looks busy, or something. Is it more noticeable from 12' vs 18'?

There is a setting on the TV called "video noise". The default setting is standard, and the other option is "low", I think. I toggled this setting while watching something, and it did make a difference in the picture, but it was with the whole picture, not just darks.

Maybe give that a try, if not already attempted.
post #85 of 5405
More noticeable from 12', but can still see it from 18'.
post #86 of 5405
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Originally Posted by RGrim View Post

Now that I have a couple of seconds I'd like to explain a little better. When I say blotchy, what I mean is its almost like it has something to do with the color wheel. Its like the black seems to slow down or something, almost like slow motion but just in the dark colors. I've probally made no sense what so ever. Its almost like its pixelating, which I know isn't possible but I'm just not sure on how to explain it.

I get the same thing on my HLR6768...it can be annoying...It looks like macro blocking like you see with a DVD Player with the F chip...I see it way to much on HD and SD.
post #87 of 5405
Well, I just purchased mine so I guess I could call the place I purchased it from and just have them bring me a replacement. I'd feel like an a$$ if it did the same thing but for what I paid for the tv, I just want to make sure it works the way its supposed too. If it does it with the replacement, I'll then know it's something else causing it.
post #88 of 5405
For the owners of 627 and 628 models - other than the obvious (deepfield and sharp edge switchs), are there any other major differences in the sets? Is the service menu options accessible in both? Thanks!

Michael
MWC
post #89 of 5405
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Originally Posted by RGrim View Post

Now that I have a couple of seconds I'd like to explain a little better. When I say blotchy, what I mean is its almost like it has something to do with the color wheel. Its like the black seems to slow down or something, almost like slow motion but just in the dark colors. I've probally made no sense what so ever. Its almost like its pixelating, which I know isn't possible but I'm just not sure on how to explain it.

Are you sure it's not the new 'Dark Detailer' ? I saw the same thing and was able to clear it up by turining this setting off.
post #90 of 5405
I'll check when I get home to make sure that setting is turned OFF. I'm going to mess around with a few other settings when I get home also before I go back to the dealer to request a replacement. I still have just under a month to request a replacement. You have to love that 30-day policy but hopefully I can get this resolved without having to have it replaced. So sbessel, was I explaining it correctly when I said the dark colors looked blotchy. I just want to make sure we are on the same page.
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