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Does anyone own Toshiba DLP 52HMX95? Please rate this for me

by johnhunter44 / February 4, 2006 10:11 PM PST

I saw this in HHgregg. It is the toshiba dlp cinema series 52HMX95 and had a good picture. Can anyone comment on its reliability? Any problems that anyone knows of? Have you read other links where it reports problems with these sets? Thanks for your input..

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NO but I did see there 72HM195
by stewart norrie / February 5, 2006 5:34 AM PST

The most beautiful picture I have ever seen, and who cares about sitting to close I sat 4 ft. from the screen and thought I was in a I-MAX theater razor sharp wild color and super bright. The problem with the 60"sets is you are missing the movie theater experience and only a monster size screen will pull you into thje action but I guess I'am nuts good luck stewart

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(NT) (NT) Still trying for more info, Please help?
by johnhunter44 / February 6, 2006 4:55 AM PST
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by spyderbilt_2000 / February 8, 2006 1:06 AM PST

I have almost the same tv, and it is great. has a Game mode which gets rid of delay when using video games, that can be seen on some tvs. No reiablity issues at all, good picture, bulbs over a year old and still kicking butt. also has a low power setting for the light bulb, which still makes is plenty bright. THe only thing that sucks is that Digital calbe is the bare minium needed for this tv. HD looks amazing along with DVD's. Spent hunderds of hours looking at this was waht i picked so go for it.

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MY TOSHIBA 72HM195 delivered tomorrow I will post review
by stewart norrie / February 8, 2006 6:39 AM PST

Havent got the total bill yet about $5900 complete with h.d.m.i cables, I got a peek at this beast so Iam buying blind The demo was hooked up with componit vidio cables I will be using h.d.m.i from my d.v.d. player and hi-def dish unit also The set was way way to bright and the color must have been turned all the way up and it still looked awsome.I know Iam paying a ton more money than if I had gotten a 60" set. But I think It will be worth it for that movie theater experience ha ha

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by stewart norrie / February 9, 2006 5:52 AM PST

jUST HAD MY NEW 72hm195 DELIVERED AND SET UP 4 HOURS AGO. $5400 AND CHANGE COMPLETE. Well after 8 months of looking for the most ultimate picture, This beauty has the best picture I have ever seen. And dont worry about having to set far away from the screen. My viewing distance is 8 ft. and THIS TOSHIBA REALLY GIVES YOU THAT MOVIE EXPERIENCE PERIOD GOOD LUCK TO YOU STEWART

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