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Which? The Panasonic is listed as 1080p, as is the Mitsubishi.
They are both 1080p he didn't read the specs.
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You won't be disappointed, I purchased my 65'' 1080P DLP Mitsubishi on black friday 4 years ago, haven't had any issues with it what so ever, bulb included, and my TV gets ALOT of use.

Standard definition cable is a tad bit crappy but who doesn't have HD cable by now? Especially if your buying a TV like this, and with a 120hz refresh rate over my older model 60hz I'm sure makes it even better.
 
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You won't be disappointed, I purchased my 65'' 1080P DLP Mitsubishi on black friday 4 years ago, haven't had any issues with it what so ever, bulb included, and my TV gets ALOT of use.

Standard definition cable is a tad bit crappy but who doesn't have HD cable by now? Especially if your buying a TV like this, and with a 120hz refresh rate over my older model 60hz I'm sure makes it even better.
I currently have a 40" Westinghouse that was purchased as a display model, two years ago. It's showing its use, and the HDMI ports are beginning to flicker/stop functioning at times. Do you think I'll notice a decent improvement in quality, even with the size difference? The 40" is a 1080p (I believe with low contrast ratio), and 60hz.

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They are both 1080p he didn't read the specs.
Thanks for ending my worrying. I started questioning what "Plush 1080p" meant, and thought I had been taken by marketing lingo for 60hz.

Mitsubishi: "We've a monkey inside the television to fill in the ghosting with finger puppets"
Edited by thehoweller - 11/25/10 at 10:13pm
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I currently have a 40" Westinghouse that was purchased as a display model, two years ago. It's showing its use, and the HDMI ports are beginning to flicker/stop functioning at times. Do you think I'll notice a decent improvement in quality, even with the size difference? The 40" is a 1080p (I believe with low contrast ratio), and 60hz.
All I can go on is that Westinghouse is a lower end brand, I've never seen a blu-ray on it or anything comparable but I do know that my TV is 4 years old and blu-rays on it are stunning, and still comparable to the TV's I see on display at various stores, and thats with a 60hz refresh rate. Pictures I've seen on 120hz TV's are even better to say the least.

Maybe someone else can comment as well but IMO for $600 dollars your not going to find a better/bigger TV with the same picture quality, If you don't mind it not being flat, and not being able to hang on the wall, get it.
 
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