Mitsubishi’s TV division, now called Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America introduced its 2011 line today consisting of four model series of rear projection DLP HDTVs with screen sizes from 73″ to an all new whopping 92″ model. Included in the new series is its 3rd generation LaserVue TV using a new light engine which incorporates  red, blue and green Lasers to produce a brighter  than ever 75″ laser image with only 84.6 watts of power consumption, making it one of the  most energy efficient HDTVs available. The L-75A94 adds a new high contrast screen for improved daytime viewing, wireless Internet connection with VUDU. We list all the main features below.

The 740 series and above series include a built-in IR emitter for 3Dglasses sync, eliminating the need for an external unit.

The 2011 Mitsubishi DLP Home Cinema projectors use new 3D glasses (model 3DG-X103 and the 3DG-EX103), the latter is packed with the IR emitter for the 640 series models. According to Frank DeMartin, Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America VP of sales, the new 103 series glasses will work with earlier model year 3D ready Mitsubishi DLP TVs. However, last year’s and prior series glasses will not sync with the 2011 models. The 103 series glasses ship this month and are priced at $119 and $149 each.

Below is a breakdown of the 2011 line with prices and availability dates. To learn more about Mitsubishi’s DLP Cinema projectors go to our article here (link), it contains more  information about DLP rear projections and links  to  incredible 2010 model closeout deals.


Mitsubishi 640 Series 3D DLP Home Cinema TV Series. Available in June in the 73-inch screen size for $1,599.00. Features include:

  • New cosmetic design
  • Built-in 3DTV
  • 3D external emitter (DLP link & VESA jack)
  • Plush 1080p®
  • 3 HDMI inputs
  • 120Hz sub-frame rate
  • Advanced calibration mode
  • Digital audio out
  • Brilliant, bright, natural, and game modes

Mitsubishi 740 Series 3D DLP Home Cinema TV Series. Features a new built-in 3D IR emitter, and StreamTV with high-def and 3D movies from VUDU, as well as 100 applications for sports, news, social media and entertainment, make this the perfect model for serious TV lovers. In 73- and 82-inch screen sizes available in June with prices of $2,099.00 and $3,499.00, respectively, features add to the 640 series:

  • New built-in 3D IR emitter
  • Wireless Internet capable
  • StreamTV Internet media, including VUDU apps
  • New TV remote with Internet controls
  • iPhone, iPod Touch®, iPad remote control app

Mitsubishi Diamond 840 3D DLP Home Cinema TV Series. Headlined by Mitsubishi’s 92-inch 3D DLP Home Cinema TV, the Diamond 840 Series also includes 73- and 82-inch sizes that add the new Clear Contrast Screen for high-quality viewing of 3D and high-definition programming and content. The ultimate in large-screen home entertainment, the Diamond 840 Series includes an immersive sound technology (IST) 16-speaker Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound system and Bluetooth Audio, without adding wires and other components. Priced at $2,599.00 (73-inch), $4,199.00 (82-inch) and $5,999.00 (92-inch) and shipping in July, features include all above plus:

  • New 92-inch screen size
  • New Clear Contrast Screen
  • 16-speaker integrated IST
  • Center channel mode and surround channel outputs
  • Bluetooth Audio
  • Sub-woofer output
  • 4 HDMI inputs
  • PerfectColorâ„¢/PerfecTintâ„¢
  • Wired IR Input
  • ISFccc

Mitsubishi L75-A94 LaserVue. A new Clear Contrast Screen, with VUDU movies and applications, this 75-inch large-screen laser TV is one of the most visually stunning consumer TVs in the world. Priced at $5999.99 it ships this month (June) From 740 Series, the LaserVue adds:

  • New Clear Contrast Screen
  • Built-In Wireless Internet
  • 4 HDMI inputs
  • Variable Smooth 120 Hz Film Motion
  • PerfectColor/PerfecTint
  • DeepField Imagerâ„¢
  • EdgeEnhance
  • Wired IR Input
  • ISFccc

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