PRO 720HD or Mitsu WS-73907

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  1. aaronc

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    I can get them for the same price, but which would you go for and why? Also who has the best proces on the net for HDTV's
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    Both sets are at the top of the heap. But the Pioneer Elites are the best big screens on the market.....PERIOD! But the Mits is very good. What you're gonna have to decide is do you want to give up a slight amount of picture quality for a bigger screen, or do you want the best picture on the market. Basically, the biggest screen on the market, or the best picture on the market. That said, I can't imagine you'd be disappointed with either. For me, it would be the Elite, because that's what I have.
     
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    Comparing a few things:
    Color fidelity- Pioneer. I like the way they look more.
    Line doubler- Hands down Pioneer. Best internal in the business.
    Red Push- Mits(25%) worse than the Pioneer(
     
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    Yes, the 9 inch guns can reveal more resolution than smaller guns. So Todd is correct. But for movie viewing or for DVDs and regular TV, the Elite is the clear winner. But for hi-def TV viewing, I agree with Todd. If that's your main choice, go with the Mits.
     
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    Why doesn't Pioneer have a high end set with 9" guns? Couple that with their line doubler and you have one must have TV for the Elite crowd.
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  7. aaronc

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    Why has mitsu pulled the WS-73907 from their website? They have done it within the last 24 hours, because I have been intently trying to decide between these two tv's.
    Any ideas?
    Aaron
     
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    I would imagine there's no Elite with 9" guns simply because the price would be very high, probably over $10,000 for the 710. Maybe even $11,000.
     
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    I think it may be discontinued?
    I was at a local retailer this past week and noticed they had one marked down ($9999 marked down to $7999) and a sign stating it was last year's moodel.
    Just my idea - not necessarliy the facts.
     

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