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Gadget Pr0n: 144 Series Mitsubishi 46" LCD Flat Panel TV

Posted: November 19, 2007
Gadget Pr0n: 144 Series Mitsubishi 46" LCD Flat Panel TV
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Have you ever gone into an electronics store looking for a piece of equipment, lets say a 1080p TV set, to complement your swank bachelor pad and had the salesman try to sell you an over priced, under performing piece of crap? Who cares if he has one of them at home?

From the moment he opens his mouth you get the feeling that he's trying harder to make a sale than he is to help you. We know that sucks and that’s why we came up with Gadget Pr0n. We’re here to inform and enlighten you about all things electronic. Plus, you can trust us, because we don’t get paid based on commission.

On today's show, we'll review the 144 Series Mitsubishi 46” LCD Flat Panel TV.

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144 Series Mitsubishi 46” LCD Flat Panel TV

  • Easy setup
  • Detects inputs automatically
  • Simple menu interface (navigate on TV, plug in HDMI for Xbox 360)
  • Easy to see menu
  • Very intuitive
  • 3 preset picture modes for each input
  • Perfect color controls help fine-tune color, though we didn’t need to use it
  • No perfect-tint controls; it’s otherwise a great picture right out of the box
  • It’s not as thin and light as a plasma
  • Depth of about 6” without the stand
  • Matte gray makes it not so prominent, but blue LED is like a planet
  • Small speaker slit, sound not that great
  • Three HDMI ports
  • It’s got two AVs and a Component
  • USB port
  • Learn function on the remote has trouble learning
  • Not easy for the average person
  • Red backlight is cool
  • Excellent clarity
  • 120 HTZ refresh rate smoothes out fast motion blur
  • No juddering
  • Accurate colors, including black
  • Not too dark or shadowy
  • It’s a good television for an entry level Joe who wants high-def
  • At $3,000 it’s not the cheapest, but it’s still pretty reasonable

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