Input and Output Notes
HD Definition DLP Display System
With Smooth Picture: The Mitsubishi 833 series widescreen HDTV uses Texas Instruments most
advanced Digital Light Processing technology for its rear-projection DLP design. In
combination with Mitsubishi's exclusive light engines the TV delivers over 2-million pixels. This DLP TV
can be used as a high-performance television or multimedia monitor capable of
producing stunning high-definition video images and clear, detailed, high-resolution
images from a personal computer.
Integrated HDTV Tuner: The
widescreen Mitsubishi DLP TV has an internal HDTV tuner able to receive both
over-the-air HDTV broadcasts (via an antenna) and non-encrypted digital
cable broadcasts, including non-encrypted HDTV cable programming.
6-Color Light Engine: Mitsubishi's exclusive 1080p DLP 6-Color Light Engine generates yellow, cyan, and
magenta directly, in addition to the primary colors, for brighter colors, wider
range of colors and whiter whites. The resulting picture quality adds realism to
yellow sunlight, blue skies, and crimson sunsets.
TurboLight 180: This optical
design focuses light more efficiently to produce a 10% brighter on-screen image.
TurboLight technology produces a brighter image without increasing the amount of
power consumed or heat produced, therefore it does not compromise the life or
performance of the lamp. Mitsubishi's TurboLight 180 directs more light to the
DLP chip surface resulting in a brighter, more vide on-screen image.
Plush 1080p: Mitsubishi
developed the Plush 1080p technology so that everything you watch looks better
on the 1080p HDTV. It reformats 720p and 1080i HDTV signals in order to fill the
TV's native resolution 1080p screen with a sharp, clear picture. Plush 1080p
scales and converts the picture precisely with minimal side effects, achieving
greater detail and clarity.
Mitsubishi's Tru1080p Processing maintains 1080p high definition signals as
1080p from beginning to end of the video signal. All 1080p DV-I, HDMI, and 1080p
broadcasts signals are passed through with no down conversions. This advanced
1080p DLP technology for HDTV viewing delivers over 2- million pixels to you
on-screen for a full and true 1920 x 1080 resolution.
x.v.Color is the new standard in high definition
color. The television's x.v.Color Wide Color Palette enables up to 80% more
color than standard HDTV for increased realism and vivid, natural colors.
Deep Color Technology: Deep
Color creates smooth transitions between different shades and eliminates color
bands and complements the x.v.Color system's wide color pallet. Enabled by HDMI
1.3, Deep Color goes beyond previous 8-bit HDTV.
4D Video Noise Reduction: Mitsubishi's exclusive 4D Video Noise Reduction system uses advanced algorithms
to better identify video noise from fine detail and correct the signal rather
that distort it. The advanced 4D Video Noise Reduction system corrects the image
in four dimensions - horizontally, vertical, within each frame and across
multiple frames to provide and image that is crystal clear and very detailed.
uses a dynamic aperture system (dynamic iris) to add depth and texture to the
picture, it improves the contrast ratio by more than four times, giving you a
wide array of colors and shades that are essential for optimal viewing of dark,
dramatic scenes while also providing maximum brightness.
PerfectColor: PerfectColor is
another exclusive Mitsubishi feature that gives you the ability to adjust the
intensity of six separate colors (Magenta, Red, Yellow, Green, Cyan, Blue)
independently of each other and separately for every input. PerfectColor is a
full color matrix, much more powerful than a conventional color intensity control
with only red versus green color balance.
provides the ability to adjust the tint of the six separate colors (Magenta,
Red, Yellow, Green, Cyan, Blue) independently of each other and separately for
every input. PerfectTint is much more powerful than conventional color tint
control, which can only shift the tint of all colors at the same time.
SharpEdge signal processing system enhances horizontal and vertical edges for
stunning picture precision. SharpEdge senses the vertical boundary and amplifies
it while minimizing distortion. The end result is crisp and sharp edges.
DeepField Imager: The
DeepField Imager feature constantly adjusts brightness and contrast for optimum
settings in all areas of the picture. It can even optimize complex scenes
containing both dark and bright areas. DeepField Imager analyzes 135 sectors of
the picture in real time, while determining the optimum blend of contrast and
brightness settings for the picture using advanced algorithms. Based on its
picture analysis it dynamically adjusts for areas that are too high or low in
contrast and/or too dark or bright and displays the best balanced picture in
Picture Mode: Picture Mode
allows you to optimize the image for different lighting conditions. You can
choose from the following Picture Modes:
Bright: suited for most
daytime viewing and xvColor sources
Natural: suited for most
nighttime viewing and xvColor sources
Brilliant: for use under
Game: optimizes picture
and video processing for gaming consoles
Picture Settings: In
addition to the three Picture Modes, the 833 series TVs offer the following custom picture
Contrast: adjusts the white-to-black-level of the picture
Brightness: adjusts the overall brightness of the picture
adjusts the overall color intensity
adjusts the red-to-green ratio
Sharpness: adjusts the
picture detail and clarity
Color Temperature: adjusts
how white is displayed on the TV
white images will have a warm cast, closest to 6500K
High: white images have a cool cast, may provide the most
realistic picture under bright lighting
Deep Field Imager:
black levels dynamically enhanced in portions of the screen to provide
strong contrast with detail over mixed screen content
contrast adjusted uniformly across the screen
split screen to highlight Deep Field Imager
TV Display Formats: The TV
offers the following TV display formats:
TV's full-screen format, use for HDTV signals, 4:3 images are
stretched evenly to fill the screen, 2.35:1 aspect DVDs have black bars at
the top and bottom, but show the entire image correctly
enlarges the picture, cropping some of the image on both sides, useful to remove or reduce black side bars added to
narrow images that are converted to 16:9 signals for digital broadcast; available for 1080i, 720p, digital SD 16:9, and digital HD signals
enlarges the picture to fill the screen, cropping off some of the image at
the top and bottom, useful for reducing letter box
bars on non-anamorphic DVDs; available for analog and digital SD 4:3 signals
the picture, cropping some of the image at the sides, top, and bottom, useful for removing or reducing black top and bottom bars
on 2.35:1 anamorphic DVDs; available for analog and digital SD 4:3 signals
stretches a narrow 4:3 image across the screen non-uniformly; there is less stretch in the
center than at the sides, allowing the image to fill the screen with less distortion than is seen in the
Standard format; available for analog and digital SD 4:3 signals
Stretch Plus: similar to
the Stretch format, but to minimize distortions the picture is
expanded to crop off portion of the top and bottom; available
for analog and digital SD 4:3 signals only
displays narrow 4:3 images in their original aspect and adds stationary black
side bars to fill the screen; available
for analog and digital SD 4:3 signals only
Film Mode: In Film Mode, the
TV automatically detects and applies film-decoding correction for images that
originated on 24-frame-per-seconds film cameras and were converted to
30-frame-per-second video for broadcast (3:2 pulldown conversion).
Smooth120Hz: By adjusting the
algorithm that controls the DLP chip mirrors, Smooth120Hz reduces motion blur in action scenes, but the pixel structure may be
visible during slower motion or still scenes. Smooth120Hz can be turned off when
Split Screen: Split Screen
allows you to view pictures from two different sources at the same time. Split
Screen is available when you have video sources connected to the TV in addition
to connections on ANT 1 or ANT 2. During Split Screen you can switch sound
sources between the main and sub-pictures, change the source of the sub-picture,
change channel of the sub-picture, freeze the sub-picture, change the size of
the sub-picture, or make the sub-picture fill the screen.
Note: Split Screen is
unavailable if your only inputs are ANT 1 and ANT 2. A 1080p signal from an
HDMI jack can be viewed only as the main picture. The main picture and
sub-picture cannot both be HDMI inputs, both be antenna inputs, or both be
IEEE 1394 inputs.
Audio Settings: The
television features independent Bass, Treble, and Balance settings. These
settings can be adjusted from 0 to 63 with 31 as the midpoint (flat).
Surround Settings: The
television features simulated stereo and surround settings:
creates a simulated stereo effect through the TV's speakers when watching a
creates a simulated surround effect through the TV's speakers when watching a stereo program
Level Sound: Level Sound
automatically equalizes the volume level when there are significant sound-level
differences between program segments, such as between regular programming and
shows memorized channels on ANT1 and ANT2. It displays digital channel names and
program information as sent by broadcasters or your local cable service
providers (may be incomplete). No program information is displayed for analog
channels. An analog channel name is displayed only if you assigned a name to it
in the Setup Menu. You can assign a six character name to either an analog or
Favorite Channels: The
Favorite Channels feature lets you store groups of favorite channels in up to
six different Favorite memory banks. This allows you to store Favorite Channels
by each household member or by category or content. You can store the same
channel in multiple Favorite banks.
TV Guide On-Screen System:
The TV features an interactive eight-day on screen program guide for over the
air and cable programming. This subscription-free guide system lists regular,
digital, and high-definition programming. The TV Guide On-Screen System supplies
the following features.
Listings Service: The
Listings Service feature lets you view eight days of program listings, move
to channel within the listings, tune directly to a program currently airing,
read detailed program descriptions, set or change a program's recording
settings, set or change a program's reminder settings, lock and unlock the
video window, change the channel display and access promotions for programs
Search Service: The
Search Service features lets you find a current or future program that you
want to watch or for which you want to set recording or reminders.
Scheduled Service: The
Scheduled Service feature lets you review, change, delete, or create
recording and reminder events for programs.
Set-Up Service: The
Set-Up Service feature lets you change the channel lineup, change the
display, and change recording/reminder defaults.
Recording: You can set or
change a program's recording settings from the Listings, Search, and
Schedule services. You can set a program to record using on of three
methods, each method gives you a different level of control over the
Reminders: The Reminder
feature gives you options to control automatic power-on and tuning of the
TV. You can set or change a program's reminder settings from within the
Listings, Search, and Schedule services. You can set a program reminder
using either of two methods, each method give you a different level of
control over the reminder settings.
Note: When the system
is first set up, it may take up to 24 hours to being to receive TV
program listings and then it may take up to one week to receive all
eight days of TV program listings.
Closed Captioning: The
television features both analog and digital closed captioning.
Analog Captions: For
analog channels, broadcasters can send either standard closed captions or
text service. Standard closed captions follow the dialogue of the characters
on screen and display in a small section of the screen. Text-service closed
captions often contain information such as weather or news not related to
the current programs and cover a large portion of the screen.
Digital Captions: For
digital channels, broadcasters can send up to six different caption
selections or can send analog captions that are the same as those sent by
the analog station. Each TV station may broadcast only on or two types of
captions or none at all. The TV cannot decode closed captions received on
component or HDMI inputs. Digital channels allow you to select front type,
size, color, background and opacity of the closed caption characters.
Parental Lock: The Parental
Lock menu give you control over three different types of parental controls. You
must create and use a custom pass code to open this menu to enable or disable
the lock options. The three parental controls available are as follows:
technology lets you restrict access to programming based on program-rating
signals sent by the broadcaster or by movie ratings.
Lock By Time: Lock By
Time allows you to block all use of the TV during specified hours of the day
Front Panel Lock: Front
Panel Lock lets you disable controls on the front panel to prevent
inadvertent changes to TV settings.
USB Photo Port: You can view
digital JPEG photo files up to 5 MegaPixels on the TV using the USB Photo port
located on front of the television. You can connect your digital camera, USB
thumb-drive or USB card reader. The TV's Type-A USB port supports still images
recorded on digital cameras using the Exchangeable Image File Format, version
2.1 (EXIF 2.1) standard for digital still cameras and Design Rules for Camera
File Systems version 1.0 (DCF 1.0). You can view your still images in a
single photo, slideshow or thumbnail fashion. A single photo can be rotated
clockwise in 90-degrees increments. The thumbnail mode allows you to view 10
still images at once. The slideshow mode's interval and frequency can be
adjusted to your preference.
Note: The TV can read
JPEG files as created by a digital camera. If you edit a picture file on a
computer and resave the image, the TV may be unable to read the resaved
PC Compatible: The television
can be used as a computer monitor and connected to your PC via one of the TV's HDMI inputs using an HDMI cable, DVI-to-HDMI cable, or an HDMI cable with
an HDMI-to-DVI adapter. You will also need to connect the DVI/PC Stereo RCA
Audio input of the TV to your computer for sound. You can adjust the horizontal
and vertical position of the computer image. The television supports the
following PC video formats: VGA, W-VGA, SVGA, W-SVGA, XGA, SXGA, WXGA, PC 720p,
and PC 1080p.
TV Timer: The TV Timer
feature allows you to set a day and time for the TV to turn on
automatically and the device and channel to display when it switches on. If the
TV is already on at the requested time, the TV still automatically tunes to the
channel you designated in the Timer menu. You can select a Daily timer,
Mon-Friday timer or individual days of the week.
Sleep Timer: The TV's Sleep
Timer can be set to 30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes.
Energy Mode: The Energy Mode
option lets you select the TV's level of power consumption while the TV is
turned off. You can choose between Low Power or Fast Power On. The Low
Power setting uses less energy, but the TV takes longer to power up.
Remote: The television comes supplied with a multi-brand IR remote control
with illumination for the main function buttons. The remote is pre-coded to
operate Mitsubishi and other manufacture's components such as Cable Boxes, DTV
Receivers, Satellite Receivers, VCRs, DVR, Laser Disc Players, DVD
Players/Recorders, DVRs, A/V Receivers, Audio Amplifiers, and CD players.
NetCommand For HDMI Devices:
The TV's remote can operate some functions of compatible HDMI devices able to
receive commands through the HDMI cable without any setup. For example,
compatible A/V receiver's connected via HDMI will power on with the Television's
remote control and automatically switch inputs to the correct audio input when
you select an audio/video device in the TV's Input Selection menu. NetCommand
also allows the TV's remote control to operate Play, Pause, Stop, Record, Search
and Menu functions of compatible VCRs, DVD players and DVRs via HDMI connection.
NetCommand IR: The NetCommand
IR feature provides on-screen control of analog-connected products such as your
AV receiver, DVD player, satellite receiver and/or VCR. To set it up, you simply
"tell" the TV what products are connected and "teach it" their IR (infrared)
commands. The TV's remote will then take control through the TV's NetCommand
system, eliminating the clutter of all those other remote controls. It's capable
of learning most IR remote control codes from standard home theater product,
rather than relying on a pre-programmed library of codes. The TV comes supplied
with a 9' IR emitter cable that features 2 IR blasters for 2 controllable
audio/video components and a male mini-jack connector that plugs into the back
of the television. Netcommand's IR blasters can also be used to control
scheduled recordings of other connected audio/video devices.
Connect: The TV's ClearThought Easy Connect feature automatically recognizes
when you plug in an input and prompts you to assign a name to it. You can choose
from the following names - Cable box, Camcorder, DVD, DVD2, DVR, Game, HD Disc,
Satellite, VCR, PC, On/Off (antenna inputs only), and Off (HDMI inputs only). The TV ignores any unused inputs, so the result is an
uncluttered Input Selection menu where you can easily find and select connected
devices by name.
High Definition Video
Component Video: three component video inputs
(1 front, 2 rear) that support analog
transfer of 480i, 480p, 720p and 1080i video signals
HDMI: four HDMI version 1.3 inputs
(1 front, 3 rear) that accept digital 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i,
and 1080p (including 24 Hz) video signals plus PCM digital stereo signals, the HDMI inputs can also accept a variety of PC
signals and resolutions
IEEE 1394 Digital Interface:
there are two 4-pin IEEE 1394 digital interfaces on the rear panel that
receive and send compressed digital signals, including high-definition
signals, along with digital audio and control signals between devices such
as the TV, digital cable boxes, D-VHS digital video recorders, some A/V disc
players, and camcorders
Front Panel Inputs: The TV is
equipped with front panel HDMI and component video inputs, along with analog L/R
audio. Composite video can also be connected to the Video/Y jack of the
component input. There is also a USB port on the front of the television.
USB Port: A USB photo port is
located on the front panel of the television for viewing JPEG images from your
connected digital camera or USB thumb drive. A USB cable is not supplied.
Dual Antenna Inputs: The
television features two 75-ohm F-connector RF antenna/cable inputs that can each
receive digital and analog over-the-air channels from a VHF/UHF antenna or
non-encrypted digital and analog cable channels.
Digital Audio Output: The TV
features a coaxial digital output for transfer of a Dolby Digital or PCM stereo signals to
your home theater receiver. Audio from analog broadcasts and sources is
converted to PCM by the TV.