Mitsubishi Electric Corporation no longer manufactures televisions for the consumer market as of 2015; however, shoppers can find used Mitsubishi televisions on Amazon.com and eBay. Popular, used Mitsubishi televisions include digital, light-processing, high-definition TVs for home theaters with screens up to 73 inches.
Mitsubishi manufactured direct-view, tube-based televisions for the U.S. market until 2001, liquid crystal display TVs until 2008 and DLP high-definition TVs until December 2012. Because the company has phased itself out of the consumer television market over the years, used models tend to be between two to six years old. For example, Amazon.com lists used Mitsubishi DLP HDTVs from the 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 model years. Meanwhile, eBay offers an ever-changing selection of Mitsubishi televisions for sale by owners, including a 65-inch DLP HDTV selling for $425 as of April 2015.
Shoppers considering a used Mitsubishi DLP model should browse the hundreds of reviews on ConsumerAffairs.com, where buyers complain of bulb problems with those TVs. Fortunately, Mitsubishi continues to provide service and replacement parts for its discontinued television models.
Popular substitutes for Mitsubishi televisions include products from LG, Pioneer, Panasonic, Sony and JVC, among others. Retailers such as Best Buy, Walmart, Target and Amazon.com sell these television brands at brick-and-mortar locations and through online shopping portals.