Mitsubishi 738 series Review
Mitsubishi's 738 series of 3D TVs looks like they could be a good value, but we couldn't find any credible expert reviews to get a sense of how well this TV really works. We did find a few users who liked the Mitsubishi TVs well enough, as far as its picture color and 3D abilities were concerned. The TV certainly seems like a good value - you can get a giant screen for a lot less than other 3D TVs. But we reserve judgment on this line of 3D sets until some expert reviewers put it under the microscope and thoroughly test it.
Mitsubishi's 3D TVs are available in four massive screen sizes: 60, 65, 73, and 82 inches. Although the Mitsubishi TVs don't have quite as many inputs as other TVs we've seen, there are still plenty available, including 3 HDMI ports, 1 USB port, 2 component/composite inputs, and an Ethernet port.
Ultimately, we like the idea of a DLP TV. DLP screens can produce pretty good video, and it's hard to ignore a DLP's low, low price, especially with its giant screens. But Mitsubishi's DLP TVs are not without drawbacks. We're hesitant to invest in a TV whose bulb we have to replace now and again. Also, although we're sure many people won't mind the extra thickness of DLP displays, it's clear that the thinner, sleeker plasma and LCD TVs are far more popular with consumers. DLP simply seems out of place in a culture obsessed with thinness, electronic or otherwise. Furthermore, you may need to buy an additional 3D adapter for your 738 TV in order to watch 3D from certain sources such as Blu-ray 3D movies, which doesn't sound like a good deal to us. However, we're not going to rank this TV along with its peers until we come across some expert reviews, but with DLP so far out of the limelight, we're not sure they'll get around to it.