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Mitsubishi WD-52525 Projection TV (WD52525)

52" diagonal, 16:9, $4,199 MSRP Add to Compare List

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Mitsubishi WD-52525 Projection TV
User Rating 

7 User Reviews Rated 3.2
Image Quality 4.0
Features 4.1
Construction 3.6
Ease of Use 3.4
Reliability 1.6
Value for Money 2.6

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Mitsubishi WD-52525 Projection TV Reviews
7 User Reviews
Nov 19, 2010 Dakerri
    Purchased 12/11/2004 for $3,299.99 Replaced 6th Lamp three months ago, and the ...
Oct 28, 2009 Linda
    Bought tv new 12/05, have bought bulbs 08/08, 01/09, and now need another. I'm ...
Jul 23, 2009 azprairiedog
    Bought this TV just over 4 years ago. Loved the picture and features on the TV ...
Jun 15, 2009 John
    I had this since 2006, and it has not needed a replacement bulb yet. This TV is ...
May 16, 2008 Michael P
    Have owned mine since May 2005, Its on its fouth lamp at $229.00 each, had a ser...
Jan 31, 2006 Izzy
    Picture is outstanding when compared to Samsung DLP I previously owned. Very go...
Nov 2, 2005 Chris
    The size of this unit is SO preferable to the normal rear-projection tvs. And th...
Jan 31, 2006 Izzy 4.2
Image Quality 5.0
Features 5.0
Construction 5.0
Ease of Use 4.0
Reliability 1.0
Value for Money 5.0

My Experience: Picture is outstanding when compared to Samsung DLP I previously owned. Very good at black as compared to other DLP sets. Great contrast. I don't really care for the on screen menu setup of any of the three Mitsubishi TVs that I have owned. The "net-command" feature is very unimpressive and should be dropped from future models.

Problems: Did have a problem with the set at about 3 1/2 months. Had to go through the motions of replacing the DLP lamp even though I knew it wasn't the problem. Mitsubishi insists on replacing the lamp before any further troubleshooting can be done. The problem wasn't the lamp. I had to wait almost 6 weeks for the whole process of the lamp, and then the subsequent replacement of the entire main board chasis inside the TV. Their techinicians don't troubleshoot. They replace the lamp, and if that doesn't fix it...then they replace the entire TV insides. Haven't had any problems since, and that was about 6 months ago. Not impressed with the service/repair policy.
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