Philips Televisions

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32 PFL 4258 T
Philips 32PFL4258T

LCD; Full HD; 32"; HbbTV, Miracast, Wi-Fi Direct, 24p, LED Backlight, Web browser, …

"FOR: Sharp, subtle images; pleasing picture contrast; good smart and streaming features. AGAINST: Sound quality could be punchier and more detailed; no programme guide on app."

1 review


55 PFL 6008 S
Philips 55PFL6008S

LCD; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, 24p, Media player, Wi-Fi Direct, Internet TV, PVR, …

If all of Philips' sets for 2013 are as strong as the 55PFL6008S, the company will definitely have a good year. Its ultra-thin design is gorgeous, connectivity is excellent, and despite a …

1 review


Philips 22PFL3517T

LCD; Full HD; 22"; Audio return channel, Media Streaming; 100Hz

"... This is an accomplished set, and well worth its five stars. There are small improvements that could be made, sure - BBC iPlayer access and better detail to blacks, for instance - but we …

1 review | 1 opinion (Average)


46 PFL 8008 S
Philips 46PFL8008S

LCD; Full HD; 46"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Integrated camera, Miracast, Wi-Fi Direct, 24p, WiDi, …

According to TechRadar, Philips' 46PFL8008S is one of the best TVs currently on the market. It excels at detail, black levels are impressively deep, and motion handling is first class. The …

2 reviews


55 PFL 8008 S
Philips 55PFL8008S

LCD; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Web browser, Audio return channel, Media Streaming, …

"We're big fans of Ambilight, but there's no way we'd pay £1950 for a rubbish telly just for the accompanying light show. But the fact is that even if you took that feature away …

4 reviews


Philips 55PFL7007K

LCD; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, Media Streaming, Media player, 3D Conversion, PVR, Internet TV, …

Philips' 55PFL7007T is dangerously close to perfection thanks to its drool-inducing design, impressive feature list and top notch pictures. Trusted Reviews warned that it needs fiddling with to …

1 review


65PFL9708 S
Philips 65PFL9708S

LCD; Ultra HD; 65"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Media player, Gesture controlled, Smartphone controlled, …

The 65PFL9708S has the potential to be a huge hit, since its combination of a relatively affordable price tag and stunning performance after calibration make it the best value 4K set currently on the …

1 review


Philips 46PFL9707
Philips 46PFL9707

LCD; Full HD; 46"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Internet TV, Media Streaming, LED Backlight, …

Such an expensive TV should excel in all areas, but sadly that's not the case with the 46PFL9707, since its 3D pictures show clear signs of crosstalk, disappointing Home Cinema Choice despite

4 reviews


More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 1/2013 Philips 46PFL9707 TV Philips debuted its revolutionary Moth Eye technology in 2011, and now it's aiming to perfect it with 2012's 46PFL9707. … to review

Philips 46PFL8007K

LCD; Full HD; 46"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Internet TV, 24p, LED Backlight, Web browser, …

The main selling point of the 46PFL8007 is its Ambilight technology, which Pocket-lint found absolutely stunning, but its jawdropping sharpness is also a huge point in its favour, as is its

3 reviews


More information at: TrustedReviews, 10/2012 Philips 46PFL8007 After a long time without any news from Philips' TV department, the company's back at it with the pricey 46PFL8007. Trusted Reviews see if it impresses. … to review

46 PFL 7007K
Philips 46PFL7007K

LCD; Full HD; 46"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Web browser, Media Streaming, Audio return channel, 24p, …

The 46PFL7007 would earn even higher marks from CNET if its Smart TV features and picture processing were better, but overall it's a fantastic set that impresses with its picture quality and

3 reviews


More information at: PC Advisor, 10/2012 Philips 7000 Series 46PFL7007 Smart LED 3D TV The 46PFL7007 has arrived quite late in the year, but by the looks of it, it seems that Philips was saving the best for last. … to review

Philips 55PFL6007K

LCD; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Media Streaming, Smartphone controlled, 3D Conversion, …

It's not as spectacular as its higher-end sibling the 46PFL9707, especially where colours and shawdow detail are concerned, but the 55PFL6007 is a fantastic TV in its own right that offers

6 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)


More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 3/2013 Philips 55PFL6007 TV 2012 was not the best year for Philips, but the company is definitely getting back on track with sets like the Moth-Eye Filter 46PFL9707 or the more affordable, but amazingly specced 55PFL6007. … to review

Philips 42PFL6008K

LCD; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, LED Backlight, Audio return channel, Gesture controlled, …

"FOR: Crisp, clean picture; comfortable passive 3D; above-average sound; QWERTY remote. AGAINST: Blacks could be darker; slightly awkward interface; limited smart features."

2 reviews


42 PFL 6188 S
Philips 42PFL6188S

Plasma; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, Media Streaming, Internet TV, Audio return channel, …

If you can live with the 42PFL6188S' stripped-down UI and EPG and anemic smart TV system, and you're willing to spend some time tweaking its settings to achieve the best image quality, T3

2 reviews


More information at: T3, 7/2013 Philips 42PFL6188S Philips' Ambilight technology is a big part of the appeal of its sets, but is that all the 42PFL6188S has to offer? … to review

Philips 40PFL7007K

LCD; Full HD; 40"; 3D-ready, Audio return channel, 24p, Smartphone controlled, Internet TV, …

The folks at Trusted Reviews liked the 40PFL7007T so much that they declared it their favourite Philips TV ever. Picture quality is superb both with 2D and 3D sources, and audio is surprisingly

2 reviews


More information at: TrustedReviews, 12/2012 Philips 40PFL7007T With its spectacular design and impossibly slim frame, Philips' 40PFL7007T is certainly an eye-catcher, but its luxury looks come with an equally luxurious price tag. Trusted Reviews find out whether it's worth the outlay. … to review

42 PFL 5008 T
Philips 42PFL5008T

LCD; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Smartphone controlled, Internet TV, Audio return channel, …

It's always a given that a TV at this price will show some shortcomings, and the 42PFL5008T is no exception, with some haloing in high contrast situations and a smart TV system that lags behind …

1 review | 2 opinions (Above average)


47 PFL 6008 S
Philips 47PFL6008S

LCD; Full HD; 47"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Wi-Fi Direct, Smartphone controlled, Internet TV, …

There are very few passive 3D TVs that can produce decent contrast in dark scenes, and the 47PFL6008S is one of them. That alone is enough for Trusted Reviews to recommend it, but luckily it's …

1 review


Philips 32PFL6007T

LCD; Full HD; 32"; 3D-ready, Media player, 3D Conversion, PVR, Media Streaming, Internet TV, …

The main reason the 32PFL6007T can't quite reach the level of excellence of other recent LCD sets from Philips in Trusted Reviews' opinion is its black level response, which can make dark

1 review | 1 opinion (Above average)


More information at: TrustedReviews, 12/2012 Philips 32PFL6007T A reasonably-sized TV with a reasonable price tag, can the 32PFL6007T impress? … to review

47 PFL 6008 K
Philips 47PFL6008K

LCD; Full HD; 47"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, 24p, Media player, Wi-Fi Direct, Internet TV, PVR, …

The midrange price of the 47PFL6008 pits it against some excellent offerings from Samsung, Panasonic or Sony, but its huge feature list gives it a fighting chance. CNET praised its 3D pictures, …

2 reviews


Philips 46PFL9706

LCD; Full HD; 46"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Internet TV, Audio return channel, 24p, LED Backlight, …

Philips' 46PFL9706 3D TV will divide opinion, as the large bezel and chunky design aren't particularly modern, but the Ambilight is a nice touch. PC Advisor say it has a decent range of

8 reviews


More information at: PC Advisor, 6/2012 Philips 46PFL9706 The Philips 46PFL9706 3D TV features the Ambilight mood lighting system and the Moth Eye anti-reflection filter. How good is picture quality? … to review

55 PFL 7008 S
Philips 55PFL7008S

LCD; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, PVR, Wi-Fi Direct, 3D Conversion, Smartphone controlled, …

Surprisingly for Expert Reviews, Philips' 55PFL7008S is a worse proposition overall than its predecessor, the 55PFL6008S, which can now be found for a lot less cash. Its image quality is first …

1 review



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Product information and further reviews

So wide, so good Video-HomeVision 11/2011 - Sony have christened their ultra-wide television the ‘Cinema 21:9’. So far, all Sony’s models have been the most expensive TV sets in their respective categories; until now that is, as the ‘Gold’ series marks their first venture into the mid-range market. So how good is the ‘little’ television?

Who needs cinema? What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 4/2011 - Gone are the days of having to re-mortgage to be able to bring a real cinema experience to your living room. The latest 55-65in 3D TVs will astonish, immerse and entertain - without busting the budget. Review details: Six TVs were reviewed and rated on performance, usability and features.

Philips Cinema 21:9 Platinum 9/2011 - Reviewers thought their heads were going to explode with they first got word of Philips' new line of cinema 21:9 televisions, but their hearts melted as soon as they caught glimpse of them.

Image Rich XL Televisions SFT-Magazin 9/2009 - Flatscreen TV: Sometimes it’s just a matter of size! Those who want to think big in their own living room, will find what they are looking for right here. Curtains up for oversized televisions! Review details: Six flat screen TVs were tested. They were rated 3 x “very good” and 3 x “good”.

Philips Cinema 21:9 Platinum 3D 9/2010 - Philips rocked the AV world eighteen months ago when it introduced the world's first 21:9 aspect ratio TV. While all other screens conform to the 16:9 format first decided back in the Chumley-Warner days of widescreen cathode ray tubes, Philips looked to super-widescreen cinema for inspiration.

Philips Cinema 21:9 Platinum 3D (58PFL9955) 12/2010 - When the original Philips Cinema 21:9 (56PFL9954) TV arrived in our office, it bowled us over. It looked unlike anything else on the market, did interesting things with widescreen 2.35:1 video, and had a bunch of other features that we really liked.

Philips' latest firm resolution What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 12/2006 - This TV is part of the same range as the 32in model on p17, but adds more than just inches to your viewing pleasure - it features a 1920 x 1080 screen. It doesn't accept a 1080p upscaled DVD video, mind, nor will it accept 1080p from Blu-ray or HD-DVD player. It's ready to handle Sky's 1080i HD broadcasts, though.

Philips 37PF9731D 10/2006 - This is Philips' replacement for the highly regarded 37PF9830, boasting the same 37-inch 1,920x1,080-pixel high-definition screen, but some spanking new technology and a revamped design.

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